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Bobcats still searching for first victory
BLHS boys finish eighth at tourney
January 29, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood boys basketball team has faced some difficult opponents in starting the season 0-11. But on Friday, their biggest problems stemmed not from their adversaries from St. Joseph Central, but from themselves.
Lady ‘Cats win!!!
BLHS girls dump Atchison for first win
January 29, 2004
Basehor-Linwood and Atchison both were looking for their first victory of the season when they faced off Friday in the seventh-place game of the Basehor-Linwood Invitational. Something had to give, and the Bobcats made sure it wouldn’t be them.
Maples debate on hold
January 29, 2004
The debate concerning the future of the proposed Maples subdivision will have to wait another month before moving forward.
Basehor officials studying sewer rates
January 29, 2004
Basehor city officials continue to research the feasibility of reducing sewer rates for designated businesses within the city.
Basehor tables proposal to purchase police car
January 29, 2004
The Basehor City Council again tabled a proposal to purchase a new police department squad car during its meeting Monday, Jan. 26.
Basehor Planning Commission will get first look at Miles plan
January 29, 2004
Steve Miles, owner of Miles Excavating and the developer behind the Wolf Creek Industrial Park, has purchased approximately 100 acres near 158th Street, which he plans to develop.
Students advance in competition
January 29, 2004
Two Basehor-Linwood Middle School students will advance to a state level competition in the Reader’s Digest National Word Power Challenge.
Basehor-Linwood School district reschedules advisory council meeting
January 29, 2004
School officials postponed a meeting of the Basehor-Linwood School District advisory council Monday, Jan. 26.
Library group offers writers unique forum for work
January 29, 2004
There can be no more daunting task than filling a blank page with words, an author once said.
City administrator candidates visit Basehor for final round of interviews
January 29, 2004
The remaining two candidates still in the running for the Basehor city administrator post will visit the city this week.
Sentinel joins trio to form new group
January 29, 2004
Beginning next week, The Basehor Sentinel will operate as part of a regional newspaper division, Media West Communications.
Trial could be delayed
Brett Bidnick faces county citations
January 29, 2004
Brett Bidnick was just feet away and offered no aid, police said.
Building permits decrease in Basehor
Kansas City metro area has banner year, but Basehor, county numbers show a decline in 2003
January 29, 2004
Spurred by a ballooning home-buying market and low interest rates, home builders in the Kansas City metropolitan area took out a record number of permits in 2003,
Opinion: Lady ‘Cats pass test
January 29, 2004
Resident advises council more planning necessary
January 29, 2004
George Smith prefaced comments to the Basehor City Council Monday night by emphasizing he spoke before them “as a citizen, not as a representative of the Planning Commission.”