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Hoops search has direction
March 11, 2004
Joe Keeler made a big addition to the BLHS athletics family this week, but has little time to relax before starting another coaching search.
Bobcats led by interim coach
March 11, 2004
David Svoboda was named Basehor’s interim head baseball coach for this season. Svoboda was an assistant coach last year following six years as head coach at Junction City. In his final season at Junction City he led the team to an I-70 League Championship.
Opinion: Searching for good character
March 11, 2004
Bobcats fill first coaching vacancy
Hopkins chosen to lead football team
March 11, 2004
Basehor-Linwood High School announced Tuesday that Steve Hopkins will be the new head football coach of the Bobcats.
Sentencing hearing is continued
March 11, 2004
Due to a scheduling conflict, a sentencing hearing for a man convicted of multiple traffic offenses was continued Thursday, March 4 in Leavenworth County District Court.
Basehor grad in pageant
March 11, 2004
Sarah Jump, daughter of Raymond and Elizabeth Jump of Basehor, is a candidate for the title of Miss Southeast Kansas at the 2004 pageant to be held this Saturday at the Fredonia, Kan., High School Auditorium.
Schools weigh security options
March 11, 2004
An act of vandalism during the summer and a theft over the weekend has the administrators in the Basehor-Linwood School District considering additional security measures.
Basehor Planning Commission hit by its second resignation
March 11, 2004
As long as no one else resigns, they can still host meetings.
Library raises 76 bags in ‘Food for Fines’
March 11, 2004
A “Food for Fines” drive sponsored by the Basehor Community Library produced approximately 76 grocery bags full of food for needy families in the area.
Anniversary: Henry and Charlene Porter
March 11, 2004
Taking assessment tests on computers offers more ‘student friendly’ option
March 11, 2004
For the first time, students in the Basehor-Linwood School District are taking state assessment tests using computers. Early returns from school teachers and administrators indicate the new method is translating into better performance on the all-important assessment tests.
Doc & Brutie’s closes
March 11, 2004
A Basehor restaurant has closed its doors.
Preliminary talks continue
March 11, 2004
Talks between the city of Basehor and representatives of the Basehor Athletic Association have been preliminary at this point with both sides planning to speak more seriously next week.
Planning commissioner’s moratorium proposal fails
March 11, 2004
An anti-growth philosophy isn’t what fueled Basehor Planning Commission member George Smith to propose a moratorium on multi-family development last week.
BLHS teacher wins state award
Art Wells named high school teacher of the year in Kansas
March 11, 2004
It seems state judges realized what generations of students at Basehor-Linwood High School have known for a while— that Art Wells is a great teacher.
Linwood librarians attend meeting at Topeka
March 11, 2004
Hannelore Leach and Shannon Raines of Linwood Community Library attended the Summer Reading Workshop presented by the Northeast Kansas Library System on Feb. 24 at the Topeka Shawnee County Public Library.
School Board moves forward with sixth-grade center
Basehor-Linwood officials say refitting school for students is not permanent solution for lack of space
March 11, 2004
For the first time since 2001, a building at 155th Street and Leavenworth Road will be used to house students full-time in the Basehor-Linwood School District.
Proposed site beneficial, library site
Purchasing land for new library would have cost more than $200,000
March 11, 2004
In some circles, the location for a proposed new Basehor Community Library has been a source of contention. The proposed site, on 158th Street south of the current library, will be difficult for people to walk to, some have argued.