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BLHS catcher caps homerless career
May 20, 2004
Monday afternoon, the high school softball season ended for the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats, as they were defeated 5-4 by Sumner Academy in the first round of the 4A regional playoffs.
Six-run fifth spells doom for BLHS
Bobcats fight to the end but fall in first round of regionals
May 20, 2004
For many Basehor-Linwood baseball players Monday’s first-round regional contest against Sumner marked the first time they had played a game of postseason baseball.
Students re-elect President
May 20, 2004
President George W. Bush earned another four years in the White House by winning re-election late last month. Well, at least he did with students from the Basehor-Linwood School District and those across Kansas.
City braces for population boom
May 20, 2004
It’s no secret the city of Basehor is poised to receive an avalanche of new residential growth in coming years. It remains to be seen whether the city will ride that wave of development or be buried underneath it.
Budget debate begins
May 20, 2004
There seems to be two camps among Basehor City Council members: those seeking to maintain the city’s mill levy rate and those open to increasing taxes to generate more revenue.
Sentencing is this week for Bidnick
May 20, 2004
A man convicted of several traffic related offenses, including one that resulted in the death of a local man, is scheduled to receive sentencing this week for convictions he received in Basehor Municipal Court.
Sheriff’s department seeks help on burglaries
May 20, 2004
Leavenworth County sheriff’s officers could use a little help.
Planning, zoning director staying in Leavenworth
May 20, 2004
The county’s director of planning and zoning has decided to stay. But, at his request and the approval of county commissioners, John Zoellner, who has held the position for 6 1/2 years, will be working about three days a week, rather than five.
Bank opens doors at new location
May 20, 2004
Employees and customers alike have settled into the new, permanent digs at Community National Bank in Basehor.
BSHS students meet e-mail mentors
May 20, 2004
The YouthFriends organization provided Bonner Springs High School seniors with mentors this year, but they never even met.
Land market ‘booming’ in Leavenworth
May 20, 2004
The Tonganoxie-Basehor area’s land rush has just begun, said Leavenworth Realtor Francis Thorne.
Basehor Fourth of July a day early
May 20, 2004
The city of Basehor will host its annual Fourth of July celebration on a peculiar day this year — July 3.
Obit: Norman B. Gould
May 20, 2004
Annexation under study in Basehor
May 20, 2004
This week, the Basehor City Council directed city employees to prepare a schedule and requirements for annexing two existing developments into the city. Next week, on Monday, May 24, the five-member City Council is expected to vote on that timetable, according to its agenda.
Opinion: Let sports be sports
May 20, 2004
I’d like to believe I’m an old fashioned American male.
Drunk driver smashes car into home
May 20, 2004
Most nights, Basehor resident Leonard Simpson can be found sitting on a couch in his living room reading the day’s paper or watching the nightly news. Most nights, he’s sitting in that familiar spot talking with his son, Noah, about events of the day.
Student killed by train
Glenwood Ridge fourth grader killed by train in Bonner Springs
May 20, 2004
Students and faculty at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School are trying to “maintain normalcy as much as possible,” this week while coping with the death of a fourth-grade student.
Interest in area is nationwide
May 20, 2004
The land rush is on.