Archive for Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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Lady ‘Cats keep it close for a half
Scoreless for 40 minutes, Mill Valley nets three goals in second half for win
April 30, 2008
It was just one of those days for the Basehor-Linwood girls soccer team on Tuesday at Mill Valley.
KDHE rescinds stream advisory
April 30, 2008
The stream advisory issued last week for Hog Creek was been lifted Wednesday afternoon.
Cancer doesn’t hold back politician from doing job
April 30, 2008
It’s 7:30 a.m. and Rep. Marti Crow, D-Leavenworth, makes her way into the State Capitol in Topeka. By now, the Kansas Legislature has been in session for four months.
AYB basketball registration is open
April 30, 2008
Registration is under way for the 13th annual Leavenworth MAYB Basketball Tournament.
BLHS softball to recognize alumni
April 30, 2008
The Basehor-Linwood softball team will conduct its Senior Recognition/Alumni Reunion Night at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 8.
Coaching a memorable experience
April 30, 2008
My family has a combined total of 50 years or more coaching youth sports, and now we have the fourth generation getting into the act.
Baseball, softball teams need sponsors
April 30, 2008
The Bonner Springs Parks and Recreation Department is looking for local businesses to sponsor uniforms for the upcoming summer youth baseball and softball season.
Grandchildren give glimpse into future of mankind
April 30, 2008
One of the great consolations of getting older is that one can appreciate young children without the concerns their parents have to their care and education.
Don’t you mean ‘what’?
April 30, 2008
One time, traveling west on 23rd street in Lawrence, we were stopped at a stoplight when someone ran into the back of the car. Whomp!
Community’s kindness shined in tragedy
April 30, 2008
To all the friends, family and community members that supported us through the great loss my family and I endured, we send you our deepest thanks and appreciation for all the kind words, prayers, cards, food, donations and help in efforts to ease the pain. Words cannot describe how blessed we are to live in such a caring community full of such wonderful and caring people.
Thanks for participating in the citywide cleanup
April 30, 2008
On behalf of the City of Bonner Springs and the Bonner Beautiful Commission, we wish to express our sincere gratitude for the volunteer’s assistance with our 2008 City-Wide Spring Clean-Up.
Today’s luncheon to mark end of era
April 30, 2008
It is hard for me to imagine but today the Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce will be conducting its 20th annual luncheon to honor members of the Bonner Springs High School National Honor Society. The first event was held in 1989 and it remains a popular activity with adults and students alike.
Longtime Leavenworth Police official files for sheriff’s race
April 30, 2008 in print edition on A2
With the June 10 filing deadline approaching, one more candidate has submitted a bid for Leavenworth County public office.
Emergency officials handle casualty exercise
April 30, 2008
Just after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 23 a gunman opened fire on U.S. Army officers studying at the Command and General Staff College at Bell Hall on post at Fort Leavenworth.
Brownback chats in Leavenworth
April 30, 2008 in print edition on A6
Leavenworth Republicans were given a special treat as Sen. Sam Brownback continued his 105-county tour Friday in Leavenworth.
Local families thankful for organ donors
April 30, 2008 in print edition on A9
She’s a little warrior. At 18 months old, Addison Whitenight continues to fight for her life.
Justice Center designs approved
April 30, 2008 in print edition on A2
Leavenworth County Commissioners are set to go out for construction bids for renovations to the county Justice Center.
K-State Singers rock 4-H Foundation event
April 30, 2008
Leavenworth County 4-H board president Donna Wiley received quite the serenade Saturday at the 4-H Foundation’s annual meeting at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds.
Administrator settling into county post
April 30, 2008
After almost a month on the job, Leavenworth’s first-ever county administrator has “hit the ground running.”