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City Council cracks down on Basehor property owner
August 12, 2004
Clean it up or lose it.
Civil War re-enactment in October
August 12, 2004
History buffs in the city of Basehor will have an opportunity in October to witness a Civil War re-enactment in person and on the small screen.
Fired Basehor employee still waiting for hearing
August 12, 2004
A due process hearing has not yet been scheduled for former Basehor city codes administrator Mike Hooper. Also, the Basehor City Council has taken no action to either accept or reject his termination.
Diversion ordered in May house wreck
August 12, 2004
An 18-year-old who drunkenly drove his car through the front of a Basehor home in May agreed to a 12-month diversion plan Tuesday in Basehor Municipal Court instead of facing three charges relating to the incident.
County finalizes primary vote totals
August 12, 2004
Just 26.4 percent of Leavenworth County’s registered voters cast a ballot during last week’s primary election, said Linda Sheer, Leavenworth County Clerk. What’s worse, those numbers fall in line with average voter turnout in recent years.
New LAD director begins tenure
August 12, 2004
While working for the city of Gladstone, Lynn McClure often found himself redeveloping areas where the picture of progress had already been painted. The allure of his new post in Leavenworth County lies in that many parts of the canvass haven’t been filled yet.
State medical board reviewing EMS case
Local woman says EMS negligence contributed to mother’s death
August 12, 2004
A Basehor resident said the recent action of a state medical board is the “first step” in producing long-lasting change in procedures to ambulance services in Leavenworth County.
Funeral to honor ‘inspiring’ resident
August 12, 2004
Like any disease, ALS shows no bias. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, infects and kills approximately 6,000 people each year and cannot be misconstrued as prejudiced.