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Svoboda named full-time skipper
July 15, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood High School baseball team didn’t have to look far for its new full-time head coach.
Reading: a lost art?
National study shows reading declines to all-time lows, but local librarians say their reading rooms are busy
July 15, 2004
Carol Conklin scans the bookshelves of the Shawnee Library, looking for a book her son might enjoy, her arms already loaded with some books for herself.
Basehor budget public hearing planned Aug. 16
July 15, 2004
Basehor city officials this week scheduled a public hearing Aug. 16 for members of the public to view and weigh in on the city’s proposed 2005 budget, City Clerk Mary Ann Mogle said Tuesday.
Basehor benefit district questioned
July 15, 2004
Members of the Basehor City Council tabled action during Monday’s City Council meeting on a cost share plan between the city and owners within a sewer benefit district after members of the public expressed concerns.
Birth: Luke David Erickson/Isaac Raymond-Robert Stevenson
July 15, 2004
Board undergoes reorganization
July 15, 2004
Members of the Basehor-Linwood School District Board of Education voted unanimously to reelect each of its officers to an additional term Monday night.
Basehor student’s trip a learning experience
July 15, 2004
Basehor-Linwood Middle School seventh-grader-to-be Frasier Meyer may not be old enough to vote, but this month he learned a lot about leadership qualities that separate great presidents from the average ones.
6th grade center ready for influx of students
July 15, 2004
The halls of the Basehor-Linwood School District’s Sixth Grade Center may be filled with wipe board boxes and cleaning supplies now, but at 8 a.m. Aug. 16, the building will come alive.
Basehor weighs countywide tax
July 15, 2004
Members of the Basehor City Council will be spending the next few weeks deciding just how they want to spend revenues generated from a renewal of the countywide one-cent sales tax and sell the proposal to the public.
Utility bandit’ suspect freed
July 15, 2004
Authorities in three counties are still on the hunt for a burglar who posed as a water department employee to gain access to people’s homes.
Rural water meter hike into effect as of Aug. 6
July 15, 2004
Beginning next month, new customers of Consolidated Rural Water District 1 of Leavenworth County will pay an additional $1,750 to hook up a meter.