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Burglars hit liquor store
September 30, 2004
Basehor police are investigating a “smash and grab” break-in that occurred last week at Shorty’s Liquor Store, a business located inside the Basehor Town Square.
Camp makes a place for autistic youngsters
September 30, 2004
Tall Oaks Conference Center in Linwood played host this weekend to Camp Determination, one of the only camp activities in the United States designed specifically for children with autism or Asperger Syndrome.
Basehor-Fairmount blood drive a success
September 30, 2004
A blood drive earlier this month in Basehor yielded 29 units of blood that will go toward supplying the needs of area patients and hospitals.
Basehor seeks bids to update master plan
September 30, 2004
During a work session Monday night, the Basehor City Council gave city planners the OK to send out requests for proposals to area design firms, one of which the city will hire to assist in revising the comprehensive plan.
Let’s hear it for Homecoming
Barbecue, parade, football game highlight Basehor tradition
September 30, 2004
Everyone should own a sweater as durable as the one worn by Jean Theno, a Basehor resident and 1950 homecoming queen of then-Basehor High School, during last week’s homecoming parade.
Lady Bobcats left looking for answers
September 30, 2004
Not yet a week after one of the team’s best victories of the season, and the Basehor-Linwood High School volleyball team is mired in a slump that has reached seven matches after two two-and-out matches at the Immaculata Triangular.
Homecoming heartache
Strong Imac rushing game, BLHS miscues drop Bobcats to 2-2
September 30, 2004
For the second week in a row, the Basehor-Linwood High School football team had trouble with a talented tailback.
Cabela’s won’t add weapons to inventory
September 30, 2004
Apparently, selling assault weapons inside a tourist destination doesn’t mix. Corporate officials with Cabela’s — a national chain of stores selling outdoor supplies — said this week that it’s unlikely their store in the Village West entertainment and tourism district in western Wyandotte County would add any of the 19 types of semi-automatic weapons previously banned by federal law to its inventory of guns for sale.
District’s resident enrollment decreases
September 30, 2004
The number of students living within and attending classes in the Basehor-Linwood School District is down from last year, although the overall enrollment has increased, school officials said this week.
Not soon forgotten: Howard Jones
September 30, 2004
Soon after he died, members of the Basehor Lions Club added the name Howard Jones to a tribute wall at Basehor City Park. The wall’s purpose, members say, is so that fallen colleagues may never be forgotten and that everyone upon passing will have a permanent place in the city’s history.
Enrollment increasing for BLVS
Despite more competition, virtual school reaches top enrollment figure
September 30, 2004
They must be doing it right.
Back to her world: Army nurse to resume service in Middle East
September 30, 2004
For Army 1st Lt. Deanna Steinmetz, being back home for the last two weeks has been a “great” and “wonderful” time. On furlough from service in Iraq, the Army nurse has been able to visit friends and family, eat at her favorite restaurants, and some kind folks from her church even bought her a 12-pack of her favorite beer — Boulevard Wheat.