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Opinion: Mickelson’s reminder
April 15, 2004
Newest Bobcat eager to tackle challenge
I am an ultra-competitive person in life. It’s all about the challenge to me.”
April 15, 2004
There is a simple reason why Mike McBride, the former head coach at Licking High School in south central Missouri, wanted the head coaching job at Basehor-Linwood.
A grand finish
Senior’s walk-off grand slam leads Lady ‘Cats to victory
April 15, 2004
With one swing of the bat Terra Nichols turned defeat into victory and gave the Lady ‘Cats and their fans a memory to cherish for a long time. Nichols blasted a walk-off grand slam with two outs in the eighth inning, giving the Lady ‘Cats a dramatic 12-10 victory over Santa Fe Trail on Tuesday in the second game of a doubleheader.
Early results show Basehor-Linwood scores are up
April 15, 2004
Assessment test results, albeit preliminary, indicate students in the Basehor-Linwood School District are scoring higher on the exams than last year.
Teachers receive awards from VFWKU
April 15, 2004
A long-time Basehor-Linwood High School teacher received a standing ovation Monday night during an award presentation in his honor.
Leavenworth register of deeds files for re-election to position
April 15, 2004
The reason Stacy Driscoll wants to be re-elected as the Leavenworth County register of deeds is simple.
Basehor looks at speed limit
April 15, 2004
The Basehor City Council will consider a measure to increase the speed limit throughout portions of 155th Street later this month.
Basehor city survey
April 15, 2004
In February, the city of Basehor sent 1,000 of its residents a 20-question survey concerning various topics facing the city now and in the future.
Where art thou, downtown?
Debate concerning city’s hub continues
April 15, 2004
Just two months ago, in February, the Basehor City Council reached a consensus that areas near 155th Street would be the ideal location for a downtown district.
City Council considering changes to elected official pay
April 15, 2004
A proposal to eliminate the mayor’s salary and spread it out equally among Basehor City Council members, as well as the mayor, was pulled from Monday night’s City Council meeting agenda.
Local man proposes ‘City Center’
April 15, 2004
A local man intends to maintain an aggressive schedule in developing a new commercial district in an area commonly referred to as downtown Basehor.
Residents make feelings known
April 15, 2004
And the survey says . . .
BLHS 5th, 8th at Bobcat Relays
April 15, 2004
Last Thursday’s Bobcat Relays were a success for most of the track and field teams that attended. A number of personal bests were achieved and nine event records were set.
Basehor-Linwood schools to try special plan to save energy costs
April 15, 2004
Members of the Basehor-Linwood School Board will host a work session later this month to discuss the merits of an energy-efficiency project, which could cost nearly $1 million.
Future uncertain for Channel 39
April 15, 2004
Morgan Kenney is a junior at Basehor-Linwood High School. She enjoys working with computers and, after college, is interested in pursuing a career in advertising.