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Coach endures mixed emotions in loss
October 7, 2004
They stood together, as if they represented the same side.
Bobcats return to winning ways
October 7, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood High School football team claimed its third consecutive road victory Friday night, using a fourth quarter drive and touchdown to upend the Columbus Trojans, 23-22.
Leavenworth County’s Democrats providing voters a ‘focal point’
October 7, 2004
Judging by the service record of several party members, it’d be difficult to say Leavenworth County Democrats are soft on crime.
Investigation yields suspects
October 7, 2004
Although there have yet to be charges filed, Basehor police have three suspects in connection with a July burglary of the Basehor Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Teachers awarded education grants
October 7, 2004
Teachers from five schools in the Basehor-Linwood School District were recently awarded with grants worth up to $250 for educational programs deemed worthy of the funding, school officials announced last week.
B-L resumes school construction talks
October 7, 2004
Members of the Basehor-Linwood School Board are scheduled next week to resume discussions with architects regarding possible scenarios for new school construction.
Parallel petition targets speeders
Residents request police to enforce speed limits
October 7, 2004
On Friday evening, a Basehor police officer issued a speeding ticket to the driver of a black van for allegedly speeding on Parallel Road.
Golf scramble pads scholarship funds
October 7, 2004
Between entry fees, sponsorships and some friendly wagering, a golf tournament last week in Basehor raised $7,650 for college scholarships, organizers said.
New school construction a hot topic
October 7, 2004
Members of the Basehor-Linwood School Board are scheduled next week to resume discussions with architects regarding possible scenarios for new school construction.
Loose dog bites baby
October 7, 2004
An 18-month-old girl suffered cuts and bruises to her face after she was bitten by a neighbor’s dog Friday in the 18200 block of 174th Street.
WYCO to announce new Village West tenants
October 7, 2004
Next week, officials from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and RED Development are scheduled to unveil more than a dozen new stores and restaurants that will be located inside the Village West entertainment and tourism district.
Drunks beware: officer patrolling city streets
October 7, 2004
It’s been a winding road that has led Basehor police officer Lloyd Martley from the executive’s office to the patrol car, but one the 10-year veteran knew he always wanted to travel.
Attorney still researching EMS case
October 7, 2004
An attorney representing a local woman seeking to change Leavenworth County Emergency Medical Service protocol said this week that he’s investigating the case and that a civil lawsuit would be filed only as a “last resort.”
Searching for a river revival
Kansas Riverkeeper inspire new hope for waterway
October 7, 2004
A group of 14 paddlers learned a lot more than how to navigate their canoes Sunday during an 11-mile journey down the Kansas River.