Archive for Thursday, July 22, 2004

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Browns become Blue
Former BLHS football coach, son headed to Blue Valley
July 22, 2004
Paul and Peter Brown always knew the 2004 high school football season would be something special.
Linwood youngster attends space camp
July 22, 2004
Brittany Purrington, daughter of Harry and Melanie Purrington of Linwood, Kan., attended Level 2 of the Future Astronaut Training Program at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson, Kan., June 30-July 5.
Library concert finale is Friday
July 22, 2004
Some Like It Hot will wrap up the Basehor Community Library’s Summer Concert Series this Friday at the Basehor City Park, 158th and Leavenworth Rd.
Officer gets 2 drunk drivers off Basehor streets in 3 days
July 22, 2004
One Basehor police officer removed two drunk drivers from the city’s streets during a three-day span earlier this month.
Election workers needed
July 22, 2004
Guessing people are turned off by long hours and difficulty missing a day of work, some area county election offices are coming up a bit short on poll workers this year. Though the shortage isn’t drastic, officers in Leavenworth, Wyandotte and Johnson counties all say they could use a few more warm bodies to run the upcoming primary elections on Aug. 3. Leavenworth County Clerk Linda Scheer described the situation in her county as “spotty.”
Chateau Avalon offers lodgers an ‘experience’
July 22, 2004
If you just want lodging, find yourself a motel. If you want an experience, visit Chateau Avalon, an upscale bed and breakfast and most recent addition to the Village West tourism and entertainment district in western Wyandotte County.
Outage darkens downtown for brief period on Thursday
July 22, 2004
A power outage Thursday, July 15, left the city of Basehor without power for more than an hour and caused a multiple difficulties with the traffic signal at U.S. Highway 24/40 and 155th Street.
Man, already in enough trouble, compounds error by driving away
July 22, 2004
One area man may find out that driving through Basehor with a suspended license could cost him.
Fired city employee files appeal
July 22, 2004
Basehor city codes administrator Mike Hooper — for years a vocal leader in the Basehor city administration and de factor city manager — was fired from his post last week.
Sometimes you can know too much, survivor finds
July 22, 2004
Basehor resident Tonnie Furjanic knows that the survivor rally and survivor lap, parts of the Kaw Valley Relay for Life, will be especially poignant moments in her life.
New Bonner volleyball coach takes first swing with team
July 22, 2004
Throughout Jo Morrison’s playing days on the volleyball court at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, her mom, Suzie, saved just about everything related to her daughter’s team.