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Happy 228th, America
Basehor sky filled with red, white and boom, as residents gather to celebrate Independence Day
July 8, 2004
Nearly three and a half hours after the 26 entries in the Fourth of July parade rolled down 155th Street, the crowd at Basehor-Linwood High School roared in approval following a festive fireworks display that capped off the city’s celebration.
Obit: Thomas B. Link II
July 8, 2004
BLHS student has her day in Washington
July 8, 2004
Basehor-Linwood student Samantha Moore knows a lot more about the inner workings of the federal government and the lives of politicians looking for re-election thanks to a leadership program last month in the nation’s capital.
Fourth was a quiet holiday, police say
July 8, 2004
Basehor police said citizens behaved themselves, for the most part, during the days leading up to and following the Independence Day holiday.
Basehor population growing
July 8, 2004
Basehor’s population has swelled to 2,715, according to the most recent population estimates that calculated population for July 1, 2003 and were released last month by the U.S. Census Bureau.
10-year resident named Basehor Citizen of the Year
July 8, 2004
William Lewis Clark’s family members gathered at his side July 4 behind the Basehor-Linwood High School bleachers knowing that a secret they had fought to keep for weeks was about to be revealed.
County 2 project to start
Alternative routes will be necessary with July 19 start
July 8, 2004
Travelers of Leavenworth County Road 2 and residents of Cedar Lakes will have to find a new route to travel beginning July 19.
Couple arrested for attempt on mayor
July 8, 2004
Edwardsville Police arrested an Edwardsville couple Thursday for attempted first-degree murder after they allegedly mailed poisoned treats to the home of Edwardsville Mayor Stephanie Eickhoff.
Strong winds blast through county
July 8, 2004
Linda Hemphill knows how close her family came to tragedy’s strike.