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BLMS wrestling results
December 3, 2008
The Basehor-Linwood Middle School wrestling team recently competed at the Lansing Invitational and numerous wrestlers placed in the top three in their weight classes.
Holiday event planned for park
December 3, 2008
Basehor PRIDE is hoping the weather holds for Christmas in the Park on Friday.
Shut-in Sunday marks holiday
December 3, 2008
On Sunday, Dec. 7, more than 120 Salvation Army volunteers will deliver Christmas gifts to nearly 700 homebound, elderly or disabled individuals in the Kansas City metropolitan area, in an annual event known as “Shut-In Sunday.”
4-H Council Council reports on meeting
December 3, 2008
The bimonthly Leavenworth County 4-H Council was called to order at 8 p.m. by President Beth Scharinger.
On the agenda: Basehor City Council work session
December 3, 2008
6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 8, Basehor City Hall
On the agenda: Basehor-Linwood School Board
December 3, 2008
7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 8, Lou Haney Board of Education
Basehor-Linwood football season stats
December 3, 2008
Football stats from the 2008 season of Basehor-Linwood football.
Agriculture group to sponsor nights catering to singles
December 3, 2008
The Kansas Chapter of Singles in Agriculture will have a multistate Christmas Party next week in Leavenworth, and area singles are invited to attend.
Tonganoxie lawyer named judge
December 3, 2008
Michael Gibbens, 58, was named to the bench to fill the vacancy left by retiring Judge Philip C. Lacey.
Chili Run scheduled
December 3, 2008
The annual Mid-America Running Association Chili Run has been scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at Wyandotte County Lake. For more information or to register, go to mararunning.org. In addition, the Kansas City Trail Nerds will offer an alternate Chili Run at 8 a.m. on Dec. 13 at the same location. This will be a trail run. For more information, go to psychowyco.com.
NBAF recommended for Kansas
December 3, 2008
The office of Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., has confirmed that the federal government will recommend a site in Kansas for a new $450 million laboratory to study biological threats like anthrax and foot-and-mouth disease.