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Opinion: All Kansas, all the time
January 22, 2004
Killing time Monday night before the season premiere of American Chopper was set to begin, I flipped the channel to ESPN. It was halftime of the Oklahoma-Texas Tech game and the halftime show caught my attention. ESPN, in all its wisdom, unveiled its 25th anniversary all-Big 12 team.
Police puzzle over ‘strange sounds’
January 22, 2004
A mysterious sound, something like “a sonic boom,” has some local residents and Basehor police scratching their heads, curious of the noise’s origin and more importantly, its function.
Obit: Muriel Joyce Hansen
January 22, 2004
Basehor Council weighs tax break for car washes
January 22, 2004
The Basehor City Council is considering lowering the sewer rates for designated businesses within the city.
Interviews pending
January 22, 2004
The Basehor City Council may host an additional, more informal interview with the two finalists for the city administrator position next week.
Glenwood Ridge students picked for choir concert
January 22, 2004
Several Glenwood Ridge Elementary School students have been selected to sing in the Kansas Elementary Honor Choir during a concert Saturday, Jan. 24 at Shawnee Mission Northeast High School.
Familiar face named Basehor police corporal
January 22, 2004
The Basehor Police Department filled a newly created position by naming Jason Slaughter, a patrol officer in Basehor for the past three years, as corporal.
State standards foundation of new math curriculum
January 22, 2004
Revisions to the math curriculum at schools in the Basehor-Linwood School District won’t be fully integrated into classroom lessons for another two weeks, administrators said.
Basehor chamber elects new officers for 2004
January 22, 2004
The Basehor Chamber of Commerce board of directors elected new officers for 2004 during a meeting Wednesday, Jan. 7.
Continued sales tax increase necessary
January 22, 2004
Revenue from sales tax receipts continues to climb in Basehor, and it’s important that the financial upswing continue, said Debbie Breuer, Basehor Chamber of Commerce president.
Business evolves with the times
Inter-state Wireless plugged into technology industry
January 22, 2004
It’s a simple philosophy: small businesses without a long-term grasp of the future don’t remain businesses for very long.
Basehor proposes roadway alignment
January 22, 2004
Just how quickly commercial development will occur north of Basehor could hinge on whether Unified Government of Wyandotte County will realign Donohoo Road with Falcon Lakes Parkway.
Jeannin becomes assists leader
January 22, 2004
Alex Jeannin’s basketball career has been hindered by chronic knee injuries. But her proficient ability to handle the ball and find open teammates has assured that it won’t be defined by them.
Tourney a true ‘Classic’
January 22, 2004
In the fourth annual Bobcat Classic seniors Ryan Heffley and Cody Bell continued to distinguish themselves, while many of their Bobcat teammates showed improvement over the beginning of the season.