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Lady ‘Cats nearly snag second victory
February 5, 2004
After going nearly two months before getting their first victory, the Lady ‘Cats almost didn’t have to wait long to get their second. Coming off a victory against Atchison, Basehor played Immaculata tough, but were victimized by a string of questionable calls in the fourth quarter and lost 33-31.
Bobcats break through
9-point win first of the season for BLHS
February 5, 2004
Getting the first victory of the season has been like climbing a mountain for the Basehor-Linwood boys basketball team. On Tuesday the Bobcats finally reached the summit.
Missourian given 16-year sentence in death of son, 11
February 5, 2004
Last month, Leavenworth County District Court Judge Frederick Stewart found Raymond Boothe guilty of an intentional second-degree murder charge.
Police nab mobile meth lab
February 5, 2004
Police took three passengers of an alleged mobile methamphetamine lab into custody after a traffic stop Saturday, Jan. 31, in Basehor.
Planning Commission chairman steps down
February 5, 2004
Basehor Planning Commission chairman Ron Owen resigned from his post Tuesday, Feb. 3 during the board’s monthly meeting.
New business offers variety of services
February 5, 2004
At some boutiques, a facial can cost $70 or more.
Developer briefs board on his plans
February 5, 2004
If a proposed development in Basehor moves forward, it will resemble one just east of the city on U.S. Highway 24/40, a developer told members of the Basehor Planning Commission Tuesday, Feb. 3.
Students did well on tests
February 5, 2004
Nearly 200 Basehor-Linwood School District students scored at an advanced level on the Kansas assessment tests taken last spring, school district administrators announced this week.
Basehor agres on new hire
February 5, 2004
The Basehor City Council has picked a candidate members would like to hire as the city’s first full-time city administrator.
Local insurance agent receives recognition
February 5, 2004
Lynne Sebree of Basehor has earned the prestigious AFLIC award from American Family Insurance.
Sunflower preparing to offer ‘total telecommunications package’
February 5, 2004
Once an upgrade project is completed, Sunflower Broadband will have the capabilities to offer Basehor residents “a total telecommunications package,” said Jim Day, Sunflower Broadband project manager.
Coordination for Highway 7 planning to begin soon
February 5, 2004
Engineers and transportation officials will begin planning the future of the Kansas Highway 7 corridor possibly as soon as April, said Mick Halter, a Kansas Department of Transportation engineer.
In a class of her own
February 5, 2004
A Basehor Elementary School fifth-grader, tipped by the periodic visits former students make to her homeroom teacher, keenly observed that “everybody’s been in Mrs. Filippi’s class.”
Driver fined for role in crash
February 5, 2004
Brett Bidnick, the driver who fled the scene of an October fatality accident, will receive the maximum penalty allowable by law for his part in the crash — a $500 fine and $60 in court costs.
Opinion: My new team
February 5, 2004
It’s now Thursday and I gotta tell you, I’m a Duke Blue Devil fan. Well, at least today I am.