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Braves—Bobcats rivalry moves to season opener
Braves hoping for another trip to playoffs
September 2, 2004
After making two straight trips to the Class 5A state playoffs, Bonner Springs coach Lew Kasselman and this year’s Braves are looking to make it three in a row.
Braves—Bobcats rivalry moves to season opener/New coach expects a lot from seniors
September 2, 2004
The saying might be “Everything old is new again,” but for new Basehor-Linwood football head coach Steve Hopkins, it’s the old faces of junior and senior players who are giving him enthusiasm for the upcoming season.
3 injured in wreck
September 2, 2004
Three people, including a Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department deputy, were injured Tuesday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident west of Basehor.
Schools hire director
September 2, 2004
Improving communications between the public and the school district has been a priority for the Basehor-Linwood School District since superintendent Jill Hackett assumed the district’s top post last year.
More charges filed against Boothe
September 2, 2004
To beat an Aug. 28 deadline on the statute of limitations, prosecutors in Douglas County have charged a Missouri man who was convicted earlier this year in Leavenworth County District Court of killing his 11-year-old son and who is currently serving a 17-year sentence at the Hutchinson State Correctional Facility.
2 subdivisions up for review
September 2, 2004
The Basehor Planning Commission is scheduled to host two public hearings next week regarding two residential developments that could add approximately 60 new residences to the city upon completion.
Library aims to try for another bond issue vote
September 2, 2004
Barring overwhelming opposition to a future bond issue, officials with the Basehor Community Library will again go before voters seeking funding authority to pay for a new facility on 158th Street, library director Carla Kaiser said.
Trail grows cold at end of sidewalk
Local skateboarders petition city for new park
September 2, 2004
Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential…” — From the 2003 skateboard documentary, Dogtown and the Z-Boys