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Biolab won’t be in Leavenworth
July 11, 2007
Leavenworth County’s bid to be the home of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility has fallen short, but another Kansas site is on the list of five finalists.
Latest estimate boosts city’s population 7.74%
July 11, 2007
Basehor is no stranger to steady population growth, and this past year proved to be more of the same.
Citizen award surprises recipient
July 11, 2007
A little rain didn’t spoil the Fourth of July party in Basehor, and members of the Basehor Chamber of Commerce didn’t spoil a surprise for one of its members.
Council working to avoid tax hike
July 11, 2007
Basehor City Council and city staff are working on final adjustments to the 2008 city budget, trying to avoid a mill levy increase.
Letter: July 4th was a great success
July 11, 2007
After recovery, athlete’s ready to resume career
July 11, 2007
One could forgive Matt Fanning for being unsure of his baseball career after high school. The senior Basehor-Linwood star suffered a bout of mononucleosis followed by kidney stones. Those medical setbacks were enough to make any athlete reconsider putting their bodies through more vigor.
New extension agent takes over LVCO office
July 11, 2007
From the diseased to the infested, Michael Epler is the man to see when it comes to crops in Leavenworth County that are not quite up to par.
Sports Hall of Fame shows state at its best
July 11, 2007
Many people consider the arrival of summer a long-awaited and welcome occasion: a chance for rest, relaxation and sunny weather. But for sports fanatics, summer in Kansas is nothing to look forward to.