Archive for Wednesday, October 1, 2008

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2008 Basehor-Linwood High school homecoming schedule
October 1, 2008
Schedule of events for Basehor-Linwood High School’s 2008 homecoming festivities.
On the agenda
October 1, 2008
Basehor City Council agenda for monday, Oct. 6.
Chief’s corner
October 1, 2008
Summer is gone and fall has arrived, which means the flu season is on its way. I have been told the flu season can begin as early as October and end as late as May and the best protection against the flu is to get a flu shot.
Child’s smile ‘priceless’ to Youthfriend
October 1, 2008
The kids call him the “candy man” or “Billy Bob” and YouthFriend Bill Nichols is proud of his nicknames.
Body found of missing murder suspect
October 1, 2008
The body of a man found over the weekend in Basehor turned out to not only be a suicide, but a suspect in a recent homicide case in Florida.
Leavenworth planning director to leave county job for city post
October 1, 2008
After three years as the county planning and zoning director, Chris Dunn will be leaving the county courthouse for a new workplace.
Burns was good pal, great man
October 1, 2008
We have a friend on the road to heaven that as a teacher, a coach, and city recreation director touched the lives of many persons.
3 Braves medal at Ottawa Invitational
October 1, 2008
The Bonner Springs cross country team is beginning a long-awaited two-week layoff, and coach Bill Downing said his runners are ready for it.
Seaman hands Bonner Springs soccer loss on the road
October 1, 2008
The Bonner Springs High School soccer team finished its three-game road trip in disappointing fashion at Topeka Seaman on Tuesday night by losing a hard-fought game to the Vikings, 3-2.
Bobcats hang with Pirates but drop 1-0 decision
October 1, 2008
The Basehor-Linwood soccer team is playing close games this season, but struggling to win them.
Clayton leads BLHS golfers to sixth place
October 1, 2008
Ashley Clayton shot a 9-hole score of 52 and led the Basehor-Linwood girls golf team to a sixth-place finish at the Spring Hill Invitational on Wednesday, Sept. 24, at Paola Country Club.
Alden-Harrington celebrates 100 years
October 1, 2008
A Bonner Springs business just turned 100.
Autumnfest Committee sends its thanks
October 1, 2008
“Don’t be late for Autumnfest 2008” was our theme and with this being our 19th year, how better than to have local residents in the entertainment field show their talent. No one can say the weather was a reason to stay away. This year the variety of activities was never ending and all the activities were centered in the heart of the city.
Craig is king at Rim Rock
Boys finish fifth, girls take second
October 1, 2008
Brandon Craig left no question who was the top runner in the varsity blue 5K race on Saturday at the Rim Rock Farm High School Cross Country Classic in Lawrence.
Lansing wins Shawnee Mission Northwest JV Tourney
October 1, 2008
The Lansing High junior varsity volleyball team rolled through the Shawnee Mission Northwest JV Tournament on Saturday and collected the team title.
Minors in possession: Sandstone citations keep court docket full
October 1, 2008
In the classroom-sized, salmon-and-blue multipurpose room of the Bonner Springs Community Center, seven people, all between the ages of 18 and 20, wait their turn in the stuffy room among about 20 other people to speak to Judge Bill Hutton.
Railroad’s glory days captured in art exhibit
October 1, 2008
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t fascinated by trains.
Port Authority discusses Atchsion airpark
October 1, 2008
A wrench may be thrown into the county’s plans to build a new business airpark in the county.
Alpacas provide hobby for family
October 1, 2008
Macel and Bruce Koerth have one more reason to be excited about being alpaca raisers.
CR1 interchange will be automated
October 1, 2008
The new turnpike interchange at Leavenworth County Road 1 not only will be the first new exit on the toll highway since the Lecompton interchange opened a dozen years ago.
Consumers should be protected
October 1, 2008
Identity theft continues to be a serious problem for Kansans — as well as many people across the country.
Farm tour hits area this weekend
October 1, 2008
Don and Terri Gibbs tried buffalo steaks more than 20 years ago and they were immediately hooked.