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BLHS encouraged in defeat
September 4, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood boys soccer team lost its season opener 4-0 to defending Kaw Valley League champion Mill Valley on Tuesday, despite a remarkable 18-save effort by sophomore goalie Zach Lowe.
Kenney set to be setter
September 4, 2003
During Morgan Kenney’s first season as a Basehor-Linwood High School volleyball player, she played setter for the junior varsity team and spent time looking up to the player she would eventually replace.
New commitment for BLHS cross country
September 4, 2003
The 2003 Basehor-Linwood High School cross country team will open the season Thursday, Sept. 4 with a roster seven times as large as it finished with in 2002.
Bobcats sweep Bravettes
Basehor-Linwood volleyball salvages home meet with victory over rival
September 4, 2003
The third time was the charm for the Basehor-Linwood volleyball team on Tuesday. After losing both of their first two matches 2-0 against Eudora and Baldwin, the Lady Bobcats thumped rival Bonner Springs in two straight games to start off the season with a 1-2 record.
Family at home with Virtual program
September 4, 2003
When visiting the home of the Dearing family, a cozy, refined blend of antique books and leather furniture in a quiet Shawnee neighborhood, just one item looks out of place — the television, an older model that contrasts with other up-to-date appliances.
Safety a concern for north developments
September 4, 2003
The word congestion is defined by Webster’s dictionary as overcrowding or clogging.
City looking for traffic solution near Highway 7
Future of K-7 piques interest of area cities
September 4, 2003
From Shawnee to Basehor, area municipalities are weighing the impacts and possibilities surrounding the future development of the Kansas Highway 7 corridor.
Bobcats open with traditionally tough game
September 4, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood football team is on the brink of something it has been waiting on for a long time — the start of a new season.
Woman decides to run for Senate
September 4, 2003
Jan Justice, a southern Leavenworth County resident, has made a firm decision to run for the Democratic nomination to the District 3 seat in the Kansas Senate.
Falcon Lakes gets nod for seniors
September 4, 2003
The Basehor Planning Commission gave Falcon Lakes developers a thumbs up Tuesday, Sept. 2 to move forward with its “community built around a lifestyle,” senior housing development.
Council studies bite of ordinance
September 4, 2003
The meatiest topic for the regularly scheduled Basehor City Council meeting, Monday, Sept. 8, could be how much bite the City Council wants to take out of its vicious dog ordinance.
School board to interview candidates
September 4, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood School Board will schedule a date to interview candidates interested in filling a board vacancy during its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 8.
BLHS Homecoming planned Sept. 26
September 4, 2003
Basehor-Linwood High School Homecoming will be Friday, Sept. 26. The parade will start at 5:30 p.m. This year’s theme is “Cruisin’ with the Cats.”
Fund-raiser a success despite homerless weekend
September 4, 2003
A billboard advertising a joint fund-raiser between the Basehor Community Library and Kansas City T-Bones sits at the corner of 155th Street and State Avenue and indicates $4,769 has been generated this season.
Renaissance Festival opens with a bang
September 4, 2003
As trumpets blared and drums pounded in the background, a bearded man on horseback, bearing an aggressive spirit and the weapons to match, screamed to an enthusiastic, disorderly crowd of on-lookers. “Do you wish to see torture? Do you wish to see amazing bloodshed?”
Murder trial to begin Dec. 1
September 4, 2003
The jury trial of a Missouri man accused of killing his 11-year-old son will begin Dec. 1 in Leavenworth County District Court. Jury selection will begin at 9 a.m.
Oinion: Talk gives way to name-calling
September 4, 2003
Debate run amok
Virtual School blazes way for technology
September 4, 2003
At one time, the state of technology in the Basehor-Linwood School District seemed as antiquated as the district schools themselves.