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Parking a premium at LHS
Construction pushes some student cars into neighborhood
November 1, 2006
Work on a new auditorium has resulted in the loss of an estimated 100 to 120 parking spaces this school year at LHS. The loss has forced some student drivers to seek parking spots on Hithergreen Drive.
Halloween fun
Children turn out for safe events
November 1, 2006
From the city’s Spooky Center to the high school’s Trick-or-Treat for Kids, there were plenty of Halloween options for children in Lansing.
Opinion: Knipp’s run followed closely
November 1, 2006
Every once in a while records are broken by athletes who don’t deserve them.
Obituary: Janetta M. Lagerman
November 1, 2006
Letter
November 1, 2006
Growing numbers
November 1, 2006
On a countywide basis, the number of registered voters has grown since the last gubernatorial election, according to the county clerk’s office.
Voters heading to polls on Tuesday
November 1, 2006
Tuesday’s election is a major one across Kansas — with offices of governor and attorney general up for grabs.
Voting available tonight
November 1, 2006
The Leavenworth County clerk’s office will be open until 7 p.m. today to accommodate voters who would like to cast ballots in advance of Election Day.
Spooky evening
Teen group, library staff celebrate Halloween with stories
November 1, 2006
Basehor children and parents have learned that city park can be a pretty spooky place after dark.
Unveiling scheduled for historic murals at county courthouse
November 1, 2006
The courthouse murals are going up.
Little Angels planning expansion
November 1, 2006
Children at Little Angels Learning Center will have a little more room to play and learn, once the city completes a planned expansion project.
Basehor developers to build grocery
Supermarket could open in August, officials say
November 1, 2006
For more than two years, Ed McIntosh and John Bell of Basehor’s Benchmark Management have worked to attract a grocery store to their development.
BLHS football season ends with loss to Piper
November 1, 2006
Thursday’s 40-8 loss to Piper was a game of missed opportunities for the Basehor-Linwood High School football team.
Not how it was supposed to end
Title hopes dashed by 3-1 quarterfinal loss to Maranatha
November 1, 2006
After the Basehor-Linwood High School soccer team lost to Maranatha Academy 3-1 on Tuesday, the fans at BLHS lined the fence around the field. One by one the Bobcats filed through and accepted high fives and congratulations for their best season to date.
Comeback leads to program’s biggest win
November 1, 2006
Courageous. Spirited. Exciting.
Candidates taking message door to door in 39th District
November 1, 2006
In just five days, voters in Kansas House District 39 will elect the successor to longtime Rep. Ray Cox, R-Bonner Springs. They’ll be choosing between Corey Mohn, Democrat, and Owen Donohoe, Republican.