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Opinion: I’m burying the hatchet with Ol’ Roy
April 1, 2004
Junior poised to lead team
April 1, 2004
If Lucas Williamson looks a little disoriented during the first few innings of today’s season opener, just give him a little time. He’s going through a lot of changes this year.
Bobcats anxious to open new era
April 1, 2004
After almost a month of practice the Basehor-Linwood baseball team is ready to play some real games.
Charter school back in original location
April 1, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood Virtual School has landed exactly where it began, inside Basehor-Linwood High School.
Faculty named for 6th grade center
April 1, 2004
The faculty at an all-sixth-grade center beginning next year will include five teachers already employed in the Basehor-Linwood School District, school officials announced Monday night.
Capitol trip proves an enlightening one
April 1, 2004
A trip to the state capitol in Topeka last week provided one local woman an enlightening glimpse into the world of politics.
Maples coming back before Planning Commission
April 1, 2004
Before it can move forward, a controversial subdivision many local residents have opposed publicly must receive four votes during next week’s Basehor Planning Commission meeting.
Fundraiser set for school foundation
April 1, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood Education Foundation lists three goals for 2004, but the top priority of the three is securing funding to provide four-year, renewable scholarships to graduating seniors.
We saved 109 lives’
Basehor man Mike Nemchik part of Coast Guard rescue that saved migrants abandoned on the open sea
April 1, 2004
Some people would list saving a life or stopping the distribution of illegal drugs as accomplishments of a lifetime. Basehor man Mike Nemchik calls it the month of February.
Lady ‘Cats learn from loss
April 1, 2004
Some die-hard coaches insist that there’s nothing a team can learn from losing.
BLHS forensics squad on a roll
April 1, 2004
David Ralph is having a banner year.
Voters to decide library future April 6
April 1, 2004
Years ago, a few volumes of books were housed in a small concrete structure with 12-inch thick walls on Leavenworth Road. This was the first Basehor library.
Pioneering school influencing programs statewide
April 1, 2004
If you have a question, who better to pose it to than an expert?