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Fitzgerald will oppose Gilstrap
August 5, 2004
Steve Fitzgerald got the results he was looking after a late-night trip to Leavenworth county offices to confirm the results for the Kansas State Senate District 5 Republican primary Tuesday.
Used car lot action tabled
August 5, 2004
The Basehor Planning Commission tabled action Tuesday night on a proposed used car lot slated to be located inside the Basehor Town Square.
School district to approve budget
August 5, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood School Board will present a 2005 budget Monday night that calls for a minuscule decrease in the mill levy. The public hearing is slated to begin at 7 p.m. at the school board office, 2008 N. 155th St.
Justice moves forward
August 5, 2004
Jan Justice, a local woman and Democratic candidate for the 3rd District Kansas Senate seat, began her campaign nearly a year before other challengers. On Tuesday night, Justice reached the halfway mark of securing the position when she defeated Ed Sass of Eudora for the Democratic nomination.
Galliant effort for Gallion
Despite good showing, local man edged out of primary
August 5, 2004
A local candidate for the 3rd District Leavenworth County Commission seat put up a valiant effort during the primary election Tuesday night but ultimately fell short of winning the GOP nomination.
Path to office clear for Sheriff’s veteran
August 5, 2004
Because politics are not his “cup of tea,” Leavenworth County undersheriff Dave Zoellner said he didn’t have any grand blueprint for his campaign to become the county’s next sheriff.
Business booms at Village West
August 5, 2004
Like settlers blazing paths during a gold rush, developers have surged to the Village West entertainment and tourism district in western Wyandotte County, eager to stake their claim on prized land. And like a pioneer realizing the booty from bountiful ground, the Unified Government of Wyandotte County has reaped the rewards.
A case of stolen identity
Police struggling to keep up with ID theft, related crimes
August 5, 2004
A radio inside Susan Wernicke’s office is tuned to a classic rock station. As the Shawnee crime analyst searches her database for statistics, Jim Morrison croons the lyrics ‘Hello, I love you’ over the speakers.