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New organization targets county’s young professionals
December 6, 2006
Young Professionals of Leavenworth County has its share of younger members, but age doesn’t matter when it comes to membership in the newly formed group.
24-40 highway study group meets tonight
December 6, 2006
This month’s U.S. Highway 24-40 corridor study meeting will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at Tonganoxie VFW Hall, 910 E. First St.
Each year, Christmas card includes reminder
December 6, 2006
It was a bittersweet day for Marion McBrien.
Bobcats bland at KVL dual tourney
December 6, 2006
The first year of the Kaw Valley League dual tournament didn’t go the way Bobcats coach Scott Neil had hoped.
BLHS boys looking forward to latest challenge
December 6, 2006
A coach in search of a challenge is about to find one.
Lady ‘Cats crack championship
December 6, 2006
The Basehor-Linwood girls basketball season got off to a belated start Monday.
Wedding: Miles-Wiehe
December 6, 2006
City delays action again on pay plan
December 6, 2006
City of Basehor employees will have to wait a few more weeks to see what their 2007 pay and benefit package will include.
One owner hopes work will begin in a month
Renovation to pave way for 2nd business
December 6, 2006
Despite protests from a few Basehor residents, Jason Gorup and his family are moving forward with their plans to build a funeral home and crematorium.
Opinion: Marvelous Marshall
December 6, 2006
There are 64 schools in Kansas that fall in the Class 4A category, which is made up of schools with an enrollment between 205 and 526 students.