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Hundreds turn out in tribute
Memorial Day ceremonies conducted at national cemeteries
May 30, 2007
It only took an hour Saturday for Daneen McCullum and members of her Lansing Girl Scout Troop 54, along with other Girl and Boy Scout troops, to place some of the 23,000 American flags next to each gravesite at the Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery.
Church looking to grow with addition
May 30, 2007
The members of the First Baptist Church of Basehor feel the soon-to-be new addition to their building will be a blessing.
Residents eligible for flood damage assistance
May 30, 2007
Leavenworth County residents affected by recent flooding now qualify for individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Basehor’s founding family focus of Dairy Days musical
May 30, 2007
Ephraim and Ruben Basehor, the founders of the City of Basehor, come alive in “Basehor: A Musical” Part II.
Mayor, city clerk put training to work for city
May 30, 2007
Two Basehor city officials say they are reaping the benefits of continuing education.
Basehor Dairy Days offers full slate of events Saturday
May 30, 2007
Along with “Basehor: A Musical” Part II, the Basehor-Linwood High School athletic grounds will be a lively place Saturday afternoon with several performance groups, food and craft vendors, face painting and inflatable games available at Basehor Dairy Days.
Bonner’s McClain wins Class 5A state title
May 30, 2007
Despite entering the weekend as the heavy favorite to win the Class 5A state high jump title, the weight of the world shifted to the shoulders of Bonner Springs High School senior Eddie McClain Saturday morning, as just one athlete stood between him and a title.
Hurdler comes close, enjoys experience anyway
Bobcats junior Scott Ogilvie misses qualifying for state finals by .02 seconds
May 30, 2007
The amount of time that separates the haves and the have-nots in track is often cruel.