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Police continue search for suspect
November 21, 2006
Police continue to search for a 25-year-old Basehor man who is charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and aggravated assault.
City seeks volunteers for committees
November 21, 2006
The city of Basehor is seeking residents to participate on two committees:
Tonganoxie graduate pleads guilty to fraud
November 21, 2006
A longtime Oskaloosa pharmacist will be sentenced in late December on charges of Medicaid fraud.
Community bids farewell to volunteer
Friends remember Bob Wiley’s many contributions
November 21, 2006
Robert D. Wiley, war veteran, longtime Basehor resident and active community member, died last Thursday, Nov. 16. He was 81.
Bobcats’ wrestling squad welcomes promising group of freshmen
November 21, 2006
Basehor-Linwood High School wrestling coach Scott Neil had 27 kids come out for his team this year. That’s more than double what he had last year, but the flip side of that good news is that 16 of them are freshmen. Talented but raw wrestlers, in need of lots of guidance and time to learn.
BLMS runners impressive in first cross country race
November 21, 2006
When it comes to young female distance runners, the talent pool in Basehor just seems to be getting deeper.
Stay classy, Basehor-Linwood
November 21, 2006
Most of my readers probably know that this will be my last column for the Sentinel.
Knipp puts his skills up against collegiates
Basehor-Linwood senior searching for the right place to take his game to the next level
November 21, 2006
Anyone who watched Basehor-Linwood High School senior Austin Knipp burn through the competition on the soccer field this season probably wondered how he’d fit in at the next level.
Council rejects request to hook to sewer system
November 21, 2006
The uncertain future of the city’s sewage treatment plant is forcing city officials to turn away potential customers.
Four-legged helpers
Counselors: Dogs benefit students at district’s elementary schools
November 21, 2006
Bailey and Zip are very possibly the most popular teachers in the Basehor-Linwood school district.