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Opinion: A brutal call
February 12, 2004
Bobcats ink letters to play college ball
Heffley, Creed sign with Kansas JuCo powerhouses
February 12, 2004
Two of Basehor’s biggest Bobcats will look to loom large on the junior college football scene next year.
Parents can check kids’ progress on line
February 12, 2004
Parents with children enrolled in the Basehor-Linwood School District now can go online and view material being taught to them in such subjects as science and math.
Youth PRIDE continues Basehor area food drive
February 12, 2004
The thought process behind a food drive, sponsored by the volunteer Basehor Youth PRIDE organization, is that needy families go hungry all year, not just around the holidays.
Basehor takes delivery of new city brochures
February 12, 2004
To help lure new residents and businesses to the city, the Basehor Chamber of Commerce released a new brochure this week, which details various aspects of the city.
Board OKs test-prep courses
February 12, 2004
During its monthly meeting Monday, Feb. 9, the Basehor-Linwood School Board approved test preparatory courses in English and math designed to enhance assessment test scores for high school students
Help wanted: Planning Commission member
February 12, 2004
Last week’s resignation of Basehor Planning Commission chairman Ron Owen has created a vacancy on the board, and Basehor city officials are seeking anyone interested in filling that void.
Council ready to hire city administrator
February 12, 2004
A candidate the Basehor City Council targeted to become city administrator has agreed to accept the position, Basehor mayor Joseph Scherer said this week.
Basehor man nabs record deer
February 12, 2004
In preparation for the opening of hunting season, Mark Heinen spotted a white-tail buck among a group of other deer, from his 160-acre farm in Nemaha County.
School district to host legislative forum
February 12, 2004
Area senators and representatives will be on hand next week in Basehor to discuss education issues facing the Kansas Legislature during the 2004 session.
Body found near tracks in Leavenworth County
February 12, 2004
Authorities are investigating the death of a 29-year-old Eudora man whose body was found Tuesday along railroad tracks west of Bonner Springs.
Unified Government rejects city’s road proposal
Alignment would have created full intersection along K-7
February 12, 2004
Unified Government of Wyandotte County has rejected a proposal set forth by the city of Basehor to realign roads shared by both municipalities with Falcon Lakes Drive.
Downtown should remain centralized, committee finds
February 12, 2004
A three-member committee, commissioned by the Basehor City Council, has concluded the city should focus its attention for a downtown district along areas near 155th Street.
Library board to set price for proposed new facility
Bond issue vote scheduled for April 6
February 12, 2004
With an engineering firm hired and an election date set, just one item needed finalizing for a Basehor Community Library bond issue — an exact cost for the proposed facility.
BLHS boys fall back
obcats fall to Perry, 66-49
February 12, 2004
Coming off their first victory of the season, the Bobcats again showed vast improvement for the first 28 minutes of Tuesday’s game. But they reverted back to their old form in the last four minutes as a close contest turned into a 66-49 victory for Perry-Lecompton.