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Leavenworth County clerk seeks 4th term
March 18, 2004
The woman whose office is in charge of elections in Leavenworth County on Friday became the first candidate to toss her hat in the ring for the November election.
Officers seeking witnesses to wreck
March 18, 2004
Officers from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department are asking Leavenworth County residents with information concerning a Sunday night fatality accident just outside of Lawrence to come forward.
Sheriff’s officer files for top job
March 18, 2004
After wearing nearly every hat the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department has to offer, Dave Zoellner is ready to don the only one he hasn’t in his 35 years with the department — sheriff.
Linwood community to honor woman who built library
March 18, 2004
Community members will gather next month to honor a late Linwood woman, who dedicated herself to her hometown library.
Obit: Ileen Kranz
March 18, 2004
Leavenworth board studies possible effects of road fees
March 18, 2004
A public hearing Monday afternoon came and went without a decision on a controversial road improvement fee in Leavenworth County.
Deadline for voter registration draws near
March 18, 2004
Those not registered to vote but seeking to cast a ballot next month have less than a week to meet a voter registration deadline.
City Council hears library bond proposal
March 18, 2004
In its 19-year-history, the Basehor Community Library has never asked residents within its library district pay more taxes to fund a new facility, library director Carla Kaiser said Monday night.
Indian tribe finds new prospect
Delaware Tribe plans to build casino east of Basehor
March 18, 2004
An Indian tribe the city of Basehor rejected three years ago for a proposed casino, apparently has found a neighboring city more friendly. This week, the Delaware Tribe of Indians, headquartered in Bartlesville, Okla., have announced plans to own and operate a world-class destination resort hotel and casino in Bonner Springs.
New businesses infuse city sales tax
March 18, 2004
An influx of new restaurants has infused the city of Basehor with an increase in money received from sales tax.
Opinion: All aboard the crazy train
March 18, 2004
Spring Training 2004
ith an interim coach and eight new starters, the Basehor-Linwood
March 18, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood baseball team is in transition.
Weather Service to host tornado safety seminar
March 18, 2004
Kansas lies within an area dubbed by some as “tornado alley,” and with the beginning of spring just days away, it’s approaching its meanest season for destructive force winds.