Archive for Thursday, May 27, 2004

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Bobcat golfers fire low 80s at Emporia, finish in the top half
May 27, 2004
Tyler Porter and Billy Hashman had been swinging a solid club in the last few weeks.
Church event says ‘thanks’ reintoduces church to community
4-hour event
May 27, 2004
Members of the Basehor United Methodist Church May 23 took advantage of sunny skies, warm weather and the weekend wedding of the pastor’s son by throwing a spring barbecue for members of the community.
Summer construction jobs are under way
May 27, 2004
Streets and highways in and around Basehor have already begun filling with construction crews in anticipation of warm summer months that will grant time to complete the projects.
Basehor Council returns to storm-delayed meeting
May 27, 2004
The unpredictable Kansas weather forced the Basehor City Council to meet not once but twice this week before the governing body was able to check every item of business off of the agenda .
Basehor group to unveil mystery gift
May 27, 2004
Members of the Basehor Historical Society have invited the community to witness a step in
Council rejects speed-limit increase
May 27, 2004
The speed limits in Basehor won’t be changing, at least for now.
The forgotten service: Merchant Marines are veterans, too’
May 27, 2004
During World War II, as they did since the American Revolution, Merchant Mariners ‘delivered the goods’ to every front.
Candidate is searching for will of her district
May 27, 2004
While Jan Justice is making a bid to win the District 3 seat in the Kansas Senate, she has made it clear that she is not just running for herself.
Mr. Basehor’
May 27, 2004
It’s 7:30 a.m. on a Thursday and Basehor resident and town patriarch Chuck Wilderson is dodging a simple question.