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Bobcats grounded
BLHS surrenders 400 yards rushing in 28-0 season-opening loss
September 11, 2003
The Paola Panthers football team prepared a few surprises for its game Friday, Sept. 5 against Basehor-Linwood. But in the end, it was the Panthers’ old-fashioned rushing attack that fueled their 28-0 victory.
Building pace slows in Basehor
Single-family home construction flourishing in surrounding cities
September 11, 2003
Against totals from this time last year, the number of single family building permits in Basehor is down 37 percent thus far in 2003, according to new figures released by the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City.
Early enrollment shows 1 percent increase in School District
September 11, 2003
Tentative or “soft” enrollment numbers released to members of the Basehor-Linwood School Board Monday night indicate 23 more students are attending classes in the school district this year.
City Council approves vicious dog ordinance
September 11, 2003
The Basehor City Council decided to join cities such as Lansing and Lawrence Monday, Sept. 8, as municipalities implementing ordinances to limit the ownership of vicious dogs.
Basehor city administrator wanted?
City Council reviews creating new managerial position
September 11, 2003
For small cities growing quickly, there comes a point when more management is necessary.
New figures vindicate Virtual School
Department of Education adjusts graduation numbers
September 11, 2003
Officials at the Basehor-Linwood Virtual School woke up Tuesday morning with a 100 percent graduation rate, a 57 percent increase over its rate last month.
Council shies away from cost of repairs
September 11, 2003
The intersection of 147th Street and Parallel Road in Basehor is in desperate shape and could cost as much as $673,087 to repair, city officials said this week.
Board seeks to determine attitudes of community
September 11, 2003
It’s a fairly simple answer to a fairly simple question: if you want to know what people in the community are thinking, ask the people in the community.
Residents describe drainage problems
September 11, 2003
Excessive rains two weeks ago caused a sewer to back up at several homes in the Iron Creek subdivision, residents told the Basehor City Council during its meeting Monday, Sept. 8.
Opinion: Hand me the remote
September 11, 2003
It’s as inevitable as the leaves falling, a rite of passage that takes place in the evolution from summer to fall — football season starts, my golf game suffers.
Basehor-Linwood runners making strides
Freshman brings home Bobcats’ first medal of the year
September 11, 2003
It was a memorable day for the Basehor-Linwood High School cross country team and an even more memorable start for one Bobcat.