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Pinehurst center now full
Phase II plans under way
May 2, 2007
The Pinehurst Retail building in Basehor is now full.
Senator, ‘Big Thinkers’ to lead state delegation at bioscience conference
May 2, 2007
A team of power players in the state’s bioscience industry now has a captain for its road trip to Boston.
Basehor resident taps into therapy
E-mail introduction spurs interest in Emotional Freedom Technique
May 2, 2007
Basehor resident Judy Whitcraft began tapping on the hand of one of her workshop attendees, David Matthews, during a break Saturday afternoon.
Music students excel in competition
May 2, 2007
Students in the Basehor-Linwood music program hit the right notes during competition last month.
Lessons plentiful for Bobcats in 5-inning loss to Cyclones
May 2, 2007
The score was 0-0 Tuesday night against Bishop Ward when Basehor-Linwood first baseman Cody McCoy stepped up to lead off the top of the second innning.
Basehor-Linwood girls 4th, boys 6th at Shawnee Heights
May 2, 2007
After an exhausting week that featured two meets in three days, the Basehor-Linwood track team was just happy to find some time to rest.
Unusual lineup hits the links for BLHS
May 2, 2007
An unfamiliar team took the course for Basehor-Linwood Monday evening in Ottawa.
BLHS senior forced to adjust to life off the field
May 2, 2007
Matt Fanning, star shooting guard on the Basehor-Linwood basketball team and leadoff hitting second baseman on the baseball team, has spent most of the last two weeks playing basketball — on his couch.
Bobcats snap losing skid with shutout of Ottawa
May 2, 2007
The Basehor-Linwood girls soccer team had reached a crossroads. After a pair of difficult losses, the team traveled to Ottawa on Thursday looking to regain their footing.
Lady ‘Cats pass test in sweep of Cyclones
May 2, 2007
Basehor-Linwood softball pitcher Erin Shore faced a dilemma Tuesday night at home against Bishop Ward. In the top of the third inning with the score tied 1-1, an error at third base put a runner on first. The next batter was quickly walked.