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Jaguars too much for LHS soccer
04:32 p.m., October 28, 2004 Updated 04:32 p.m.
Lansing outplayed the Jaguar’s for the first 20 minutes, but eventually the top-ranked team in Class 5A found its scoring punch en route to a 6-0 victory over LHS.
District sweep: Lions whack Ward, 38-28
October 28, 2004
This time it was fullback Lance Fink’s turn to shine. The junior rumbled for 87 yards as the Lions won their seventh straight and improved to 3-0 in district play.
Bonner Springs snags first win of the season
October 28, 2004
Seven quarter-sized splotches of blood caked on the bottom right-hand side of his jersey were the only sure signs that Tyler Jock was human.
Win and they’re in
Bobcats blow away Cyclones, sit one win from playoff berth
October 28, 2004
The Basehor-Linwood Bobcats picked up their first district victory Friday night behind a devastating rushing attack. Both junior tailback Will Peterson and senior quarterback Michael Armstrong delivered 100-yard rushing days as the ‘Cats thumped the Bishop Ward Cyclones, 38-20.
Anniversary: Jim and Golden Coleman
October 28, 2004
Plaza changing hands
October 28, 2004
A development in Basehor is in the process of changing ownership.
Family ties vital to candidate
October 28, 2004
For nearly 150 years, the family line of Roger Pine, the Republican candidate for the 3rd District Kansas Senate seat, has lived, worked and thrived in the state of Kansas.
Schools seek OK for ‘practice tests’
October 28, 2004
Within the next several weeks, school districts across Kansas are expected to receive word from state education officials as to whether early warning assessments, essentially practice tests, can be administered to students in preparation for assessment tests required by the federal education law, the No Child Left Behind Act.
If approved, Amendment could have ripple effects
October 28, 2004
Next week, on Election Night, voters across the nation may want to pay close attention to a Colorado ballot question that, if approved, could reshape how electoral votes are distributed in that state and could possibly make state legislators nationwide reconsider how to distribute its electoral votes.
Mock election a practice in civil responsibility
October 28, 2004
A mock election scheduled for today at each of the schools in the Basehor-Linwood district was organized to promote civic responsibility and reinforce the importance of voting, district officials said.
Anatomy of a Vote
The second installment of choosing a Presiden
October 28, 2004
Campaign analysts will tell you perception is everything in an election.
Candidate wants ‘a little Justice’
October 28, 2004
During a candidate forum Monday night, a Kansas Senate hopeful concluded her remarks by reciting a familiar line that’s become a cornerstone of public appearances during the 15-plus months she’s been on the campaign trail.
Leavenworth commissioner stepping down after 4 years
October 28, 2004
It’s a Thursday afternoon at the Leavenworth County Courthouse and Joe Daniels, the 3rd District county commission representative, is showing off some of the long-overdue upgrades to the 1800s-era building.