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Wildlife program to continue
June 10, 2004
Belinda Kraemer was all set to hand over the reins of the outdoor wildlife learning program she helped create in the Basehor-Linwood School District at the end of the school year.
Outstanding Citizen bids sought
June 10, 2004
Time is winding down to make nominations for the 2004 Outstanding Citizen of the Year award in Basehor.
PRIDE judges weigh year’s tasks, results
June 10, 2004
Wednesday was one of the pivotal days of the calendar year for the three divisions of the Basehor PRIDE organization.
Historic society welcomes gift
June 10, 2004
Members of the Basehor Historical Society were pleasantly surprised when they found out just what the former community education group meant by a substantial donation.
Candidates seek GOP Senate seat
June 10, 2004
The race to claim the District 3 seat in the Kansas Senate that Republican Senator Bob Lyon will be vacating has heated up considerably in the past two weeks.
Fighting for Alene
In light of circumstances that befell her mother, a local woman seeks to change EMS procedures
June 10, 2004
If not for the wisdom of 8-year-old Logan Potts, the death of his grandmother, Alene Wilson, might have been a mournful procession rather than a celebration of life. Instead of tears, Logan felt family members gathered near his grandmother’s deathbed should rejoice by commemorating her entry into heaven.
Sunflower Broadband opens office in Basehor
June 10, 2004
Sunflower Broadband became the most recent business to set up shop in Basehor on Monday.