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Bobcat baseball well represented on competitive teams
June 24, 2004
A new era has begun for Basehor-Linwood high school baseball and this summer will give fans a chance to see what the future will bring.
Lady ‘Cats sharpening skills in summer leagues
June 24, 2004
Although the spring season ended for Basehor-Linwood softball players about a month ago, that does not mean they are done playing.
Lady Jets soaring in summer’s early going
June 24, 2004
In the summer of 1998, seven Basehor girls got together a softball team to play at the newly constructed Field of Dreams sports complex.
Late filings assure primary
June 24, 2004
In keeping with a theme established in numerous other elections, the District 3 State Senate race got more interesting in the hours leading up to the June 10 filing deadline.
Linwood man seeking seat on commission
June 24, 2004
If Marvin Torneden is elected Leavenworth County commissioner, he plans to do a lot of listening.
Basehor librarian honored
June 24, 2004
PRIDE seeking snaps
June 24, 2004
Basehor PRIDE is asking city residents to remember to bring one item in particular on their summer vacations: a camera.
Basehor businesses are honored
June 24, 2004
The Basehor Chamber of Commerce and local development officials honored four local businesses last week for successful business operations and contributions to the growth of Basehor.
The times, they are a-changin
June 24, 2004
Beginning this fall, mornings at Basehor-Linwood High School will begin just a little bit earlier.
Library mulls over its plans
June 24, 2004
In light of a failed April bond issue, Basehor Community Library officials are in the process of exploring options and doing their homework before deciding what course of action to take in the future.
William “Bill” H. Kranz
June 24, 2004
PRIDE set for July 4 celebration
June 24, 2004
The Independence Day celebrations in Basehor are set to get started with a bang in less than one week. Beginning June 30, Basehor PRIDE
Basehor library schedules concerts
June 24, 2004
The Basehor Community Library will presents the next concert in the summer series, “Live Music in the Park” on Friday, July 2.
Sex offender given 2 terms probation
June 24, 2004
Amanda Shivers, an 18-year old woman living in Lansing, will spend the next two years on probation as part of a sentence that stems from alleged sex crimes that the woman admitted to committing against two underage Basehor girls.
Bonner puts its best foot forward
June 24, 2004
As Officer Andrew Bair chatted with Roger Miller in front of Miller Pharmacy Monday morning, it was rather hard not to notice the man with the big camera aimed directly at them.
Council divided 2005 tax rate
City debates
June 24, 2004
After a spirited two-hour budget workshop meeting Monday night at Basehor City Hall, it appears that the council will not raise the mill levy for 2005.
Chamber, city land write-up in toney KC magazine
June 24, 2004
The Basehor Economic Development Council and nine local businesses acted quickly when they found out that Basehor might miss a chance to be featured in the June issue of Ingram’s magazine that highlighted Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties.
Registers ringing with sales
Economic growth continues: sales tax up 58 percent
June 24, 2004
Sales tax receipts returned to Basehor for May from the Kansas Department of Revenue show a 57 percent increase over the figures from May of 2003.
Council picks top city priorities
June 24, 2004
Basehor city officials decided the future direction of Basehor, the fifth fastest growing city in the state, in an open meeting Tuesday at City Hall without a single member of the general public in attendance.