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Opinion: Class act
February 19, 2004
BLHS wrestlers 7th at league tournament
Three Bobcats earn medals at Kaw Valley League meet
February 19, 2004
In a league tournament full of surprises, one thing that didn’t surprise anyone was Cody Bell’s performance.
Courtney to resign
I just want to do what’s right for everyone concerned”
February 19, 2004
Before a game last season at Holton, a few Wildcats’ fans sitting in the stands told Basehor-Linwood coach Bruce Courtney their off-the-court impressions of players under his direction.
Basehor Council to seek loan
February 19, 2004
The Basehor City Council will pursue a revolving loan through the Kansas Department of Transportation to possibly help fund a $670,000 street improvement project.
Council: downtown should be — downtown
February 19, 2004
The Basehor City Council has directed city staff to push forward with a proposal that would focus attention for a downtown district along areas near 155th Street.
Oklahoman is hired as 1st city administrator
February 19, 2004
After months of interviewing prospective candidates, the Basehor City Council has announced the hiring of the first city administrator in Basehor government history.
6th-grade center is under scrutiny
February 19, 2004
School district officials are considering turning a building at 155th and Leavenworth Road, which currently houses the Basehor-Linwood Virtual School, into a school for all sixth-grade students in the district.
Basehor to vote on new library
February 19, 2004
Basehor voters will cast their ballots April 6 on a $3.79 million bond issue to build a new Basehor Community Library on 158th Street.
Opinions vary on school finance
February 19, 2004
Simply put, actions speak louder than words.
VFW overcoming membership attrition
February 19, 2004
Visit any of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars posts and a few trends should emerge.
State championship puts Scholars Bowl team in high school’s record book
February 19, 2004
Awards bearing the words state champions are conspicuously absent from the collection of team trophies and banners inside Basehor-Linwood High School.
Seniors aid injured Mill Valley athlete
February 19, 2004
Monday night, a handful of Basehor-Linwood High School football players taught the community a quick lesson in generosity.
County rep won’t seek re-election
February 19, 2004
During his tenure, Third District County Commissioner Joe Daniels has presided over everything from an exotic animal ordinance to a special use permit for a nudist camp.