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Senior says goodbye with state medal
Corey Jones closes career with 6th-place finish at state track meet
June 3, 2004
Thirty-seven years ago, The Beatles first sang about getting a little help from their friends.
Teachers, district close to reaching agreement
June 3, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood School Board later this month will decide the ultimate fate of an agreement between the district and its teachers.
Citywide garage sale provides economic benefit
June 3, 2004
Organizers of the annual Citywide Garage Sale are hoping that Saturday will bring sunny weather, a few dollars and some extra visitors into Basehor.
Organizations working together for city cleanup
June 3, 2004
Several service and community-minded organizations will be banding together Sunday to literally help clean up the streets of Basehor.
Woman needed ‘Hope’ to defeat cancer
June 3, 2004
Carly Hoefler is a normal five-year-old girl. She likes giraffes (stuffed or real), enjoys doing cartwheels in the front yard with her sister and smiles an ear-to-ear grin when someone wants to take her picture.
Saturation patrol finds only 1
June 3, 2004
Although holiday weekends can often lead to excess celebration and an increase in the number of impaired motorists traversing the streets and highways, the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department was pleased with the behavior of motorists this Memorial Day weekend.
Braves gain experience, little else, at state meet
June 3, 2004
Just the thought of it can be intimidating.
Familiar face seeks top post
Former Council member announces intent to seek mayoral position
June 3, 2004
For the past few months, Chris Garcia, a name from Basehor city government past, has spoken to neighbors, residents and friends with one question in mind. Would they support him if he chose to run for mayor?
A study in character
Basehor man exemplifies lessons he learned from family
June 3, 2004
Sitting at a table on his back porch, Basehor resident Vernon J. Fields is sifting through a stack of books searching for photos of family members. There are pictures of his namesakes, father, Vernon, a Korean veteran of the Army’s Fifth Armored Division, and his grandfather, James, a Buffalo soldier in the 10th Cavalry.