Archive for Thursday, April 8, 2004

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Honey Creek expansion plans may contain grocer, lumber yard
April 8, 2004
The 24-40 corridor continues to expand.
New coach provides new direction
April 8, 2004
Basehor-Linwood track and field coach Leroy Scharnhorst doesn’t have much coaching experience, but he does have a plan.
City attorney disputes charge
April 8, 2004
An attorney representing John Thompson — the city of Basehor’s attorney for 19 years — said his client would fight charges leveled against him in Leavenworth County District Court.
Maples receives go-ahead
April 8, 2004
The Basehor Planning Commission unanimously approved a long-debated and controversial subdivision during its meeting Tuesday night.
Officials to begin considering next steps
April 8, 2004
Shortly after learning that a $3.79 million bond issue had failed, Basehor Community Library director Carla Kaiser jokingly told a group of supporters it was time for plan B.
Slayings rattle Edwardsville neighborhood
April 8, 2004
When Larry Leihsing went to sleep Friday evening, life was as tranquil as it always had been. When he awoke, the innocence that Leihsing had enjoyed most of his life living in the quiet Edwardsville neighborhood was lost.
Library voters shelve bond proposal
April 8, 2004
Optimism spread among Basehor Community Library supporters Tuesday when results of the advanced ballots indicated a slight edge in the library’s favor.
Sentencing hearing delayed
April 8, 2004
The sentencing hearing for a man convicted of various traffic offenses was delayed Thursday, April 1 in Leavenworth County District Court.
Woman admits she violated court order
April 8, 2004
A Lansing woman, who pleaded guilty to having an inappropriate relationship with a child, admitted Friday, April 2, that she violated a court order, which she agreed to a week ago in Leavenworth County District Court.
Girls sentenced in BLHS bomb scare
April 8, 2004
Two former Basehor-Linwood High School students who threatened in November that a bomb would go off at the school were sentenced Tuesday to one year of supervised probation.
Basehor looking for grant funds
April 8, 2004
Basehor city administrator David Fuqua said he is continuing to research grant opportunities available to the city for the improvement and repair of streets.
Basehor to resume debate on its downtown district
April 8, 2004
The debate concerning where the city of Basehor should focus attention on a downtown district will resume next week.
Search to begin in earnest for new chief in Basehor
April 8, 2004
Basehor city officials will begin in the next week or two a search for a new police chief.
Opinion: Girls soccer has real toughness
April 8, 2004
One bad inning spells doom for Bobcats
April 8, 2004
But for one inning, Thursday’s season opener for the Basehor-Linwood baseball team would have been a great game. With that one inning it became a rout.
Lady Cats split with BV Northwest
April 8, 2004
Four games into the softball season Kristal Holland has pitched a shutout, a one-hitter and a three-hitter with the help of some great defense, but the Lady ‘Cats have just one victory to show for it.
Voters find familiar faces at the polls
April 8, 2004
Before casting her ballot Tuesday afternoon, a voter recognized one of three women seated behind a folding table inside the Fairmount Township Fire Station.
Artist, known for flowers, came to her specialty only gradually
April 8, 2004
Mary Jane Choice has a passion for painting flowers, but it hasn’t always been that way.