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Primary to decide sheriff’s race
Sheriff’s department’s Zoellner faces former LV officer Tomrell
July 29, 2004
There’s room for only one sheriff in Leavenworth County and two Democratic candidates running for the position will settle the issue mano-a-mano next week with the Aug. 3 primary serving as high noon.
Basehor school board set to unveil budget at public hearing
July 29, 2004
The proposed 2004-2005 Basehor-Linwood School District budget is all set to be presented at a public hearing Aug. 9.
County Road 2 closed for repairs
July 29, 2004
Part of 158th Street, also known as Leavenworth County Road 2, will be closed for approximately 90 days, beginning Thursday, July 29.
One-cent sales tax headed to ballot
July 29, 2004
Leavenworth County voters in November will decide the fate of a one-cent sales tax that would directly benefit each city within the county proportionally.
Action delayed on ousted employee
July 29, 2004
Although the City Council agenda Monday indicated that members of the Council were to take action to accept or reject the termination of former city codes administrator Mike Hooper, the item was taken off the agenda.
Candidates gear up for primary
July 29, 2004
With just a few days before the primary election next week, a crowded field of Republican candidates vying for the Leavenworth County Commission third district seat jockeyed for some last-minute support from voters Monday night.
Softball fever
National Softball tournament invades Field of Dreams
July 29, 2004
Softball fever struck Basehor last week for the fourth year, and all preliminary accounts say this was the best it’s been received.
Thieves loot treatment plant
July 29, 2004
Thieves broke into the Basehor Wastewater Treatment Facility late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning and stole items valued at more than $100,000.
Basehor narrows list for police chief
July 29, 2004
It is just a matter of a few weeks before Basehor will name an official chief of police, Mayor Joseph Scherer said Tuesday.
Third district Senate candidates discuss issues at center of party affiliation
Tuesday primary to narrow candidate field
July 29, 2004
At the center of discussion Monday night for six candidates campaigning for the District 3 seat in the Kansas Senate were issues at the core of each party affiliation.
Voters to hit the polls Tuesday
July 29, 2004
Registered Leavenworth County voters will head to the polls Tuesday to shrink the list of candidates seeking office this year.