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Top Bobcat building a better future
October 21, 2004
Steve Hopkins came to BLHS intending to build a struggling football program up to the top of the area standings. To do so, he made the sacrifice of leaving a program that was already there.
Heartbreaker!
Basehor-Linwood tripped up in triple overtime
October 21, 2004
In the end, it was a simple two-yard dive over the left tackle that did the Basehor-Linwood High School football team in on Friday night.
Grenade found in trash load
October 21, 2004
The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department didn’t take any chances when a hand grenade was discovered recently in Lansing.
Auction set to start on Friday
October 21, 2004
The estate auction of a late Basehor man who was an avid collector of antiques and assorted memorabilia is scheduled to begin Friday afternoon.
Voters can choose from 2 forums
October 21, 2004
Just days before the Nov. 2 general election, Leavenworth County voters — especially those in Basehor and Tonganoxie — will have a chance to hear the campaign views of candidates courting their votes during two upcoming forums. One forum is scheduled Monday in Basehor; another was scheduled tonight in Tonganoxie.
Board cautious on plans
October 21, 2004
If it seems like Basehor-Linwood School District officials are being cautious with planning before bringing any plans for new school construction to the public, there is a simple reason — they are.
School board OK’s plans to ease traffic
October 21, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood School Board agreed recently to a proposal submitted by Leavenworth County officials that could alleviate after-school traffic congestion at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School.
Man’s assault trial is continued
October 21, 2004
The trial of a Leavenworth man accused of assaulting a Basehor police officer was continued last week in Basehor Municipal Court at the request of the defendant’s attorney.
Mother’s charge reduced to battery
October 21, 2004
Leavenworth County prosecutors said a felony charge has been dropped against a Basehor woman accused of battering her daughter.
Basehor man charged with rape
October 21, 2004
Leavenworth County prosecutors said a Basehor man charged with rape has been released from jail but that a district court judge has ordered the man to stay away from his family.
Program examines WWII art
October 21, 2004
The Basehor Community Library will host a Kansas Humanities Council program entitled “Mobilizing the Masses: World War II Home Front Posters” on Sunday, Oct. 24.
County health department exhausts supply of flu vaccine
October 21, 2004
As federal health officials worked to allay fears about the shortage of influenza vaccine, the Leavenworth County Health Department reported it has depleted its supply of flu shots.
Hit-run charges filed
October 21, 2004
A Basehor man has been charged in Douglas County with two misdemeanors stemming from a hit-and-run accident outside Lawrence in March.
State accord casts doubt on casino plans
October 21, 2004
Two separate groups took formal steps Monday to bring casino gaming to Wyandotte County near the Kansas Speedway.
The South falls again
Civil War re-enactment blows residents away
October 21, 2004
Bullets found near the battlefield at Gettysburg and cannon fire that sounded like thunderclaps of God were just a few of the items during a re-enactment Saturday in Basehor that reinforced the raw violence of the Civil War.
Convicted murderer up for parole hearing
October 21, 2004
A Lansing man who’s spent the past 24 years in custody is eligible for a parole hearing soon.