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Basehor studies pyramid zoning
April 22, 2004
The Basehor City Council could choose to bring back its previous model for zoning classifications for businesses and residences within the city limits.
Mary Ladesic, political pioneer, 1st woman elected
April 22, 2004
Mary Ladesic, the first woman elected to public office in Wyandotte County, died April 17, 2004, at her home.
Glenwood Ridge roundup next week
April 22, 2004
Other Basehor-Linwood schools have had them, but Glenwood Ridge Elementary School will have its kindergarten roundup sessions next week.
Council to consider speed limit increases
April 22, 2004
It’s won’t exactly be the Kansas Speedway and it certainly won’t resemble the autobahn but motorists traveling through some roads in Basehor can expect the pace to be quicker nonetheless.
Greenthumb preparing to hand over the clippers
April 22, 2004
A local woman who played a significant role in bringing outdoor wildlife learning to elementary school students in Basehor-Linwood will step aside at the end of the year from a program she helped create. But, not before making sure there is someone to take the helm in her place.
Eagle gains new lease on life
April 22, 2004
The New Year brought a new chance for life for a female American Bald Eagle, which returned to the wild Monday after being captive for nearly four months.
City to begin plans for downtown area
April 22, 2004
With a desired location in mind for the city’s future downtown district, it’s time for members of the Basehor City Council to start thinking about specifics, Basehor city officials said.
Popular teacher found dead
April 22, 2004
Perhaps the most liked teacher among students and faculty at Basehor-Linwood High School, was found dead at his Edwardsville home Wednesday morning.
Library uncertain of future
April 22, 2004
Nearly three weeks after a $3.79 million bond issue failed, Basehor Community Library officials are still considering the next steps in securing funds to pay for a new facility.
Opinion: A magical moment
April 22, 2004
Piper Pirates take 2 from Lady ‘Cats
BLHS bats quiet in two-game sweep
April 22, 2004
The Lady ‘Cats’ struggles at the plate continued in two losses to Piper last Thursday. Even so, if not for one bad inning in each of the games, they would have had a chance.
History repeating
BLHS baseball team defeats Bonner Springs for second straight season at Kauffman Stadium
April 22, 2004
Josh Ishmael ran into trouble in the seventh inning Friday, but in the end that only allowed he and his teammates a little extra time to enjoy Kauffman Stadium. Ishmael continued his recent success on the mound, cruising through six innings and getting the win in Basehor’s 7-4 victory over Bonner Springs in the Frank White Classic.
Sentinel takes home top prize
April 22, 2004
The Basehor Sentinel received the top award Saturday evening during the annual Kansas Press Association’s Awards of Excellence contest. Powered by 11 first-place awards — the most in Sentinel history —the newspaper was awarded the Press Association’s Sweepstakes award, which goes to the newspaper accumulating the most points for contest entries.