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What are the five biggest Basehor news stories of 2011?

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City administrator Mark Loughry fired in surprise vote
Recall efforts target mayor, city council members
Basehor accepts $1 million state grant to extend Wolf Creek Parkway
Orscheln Farm & Home plans store in former grocery building
Census numbers show Basehor population doubled from 2000 to 2010
Basehor-Linwood schools bounce back on state assessments, ACT scores
Sewer District 3 project: Residents get price tag, city plans annexation
Longtime Basehor Community Library director Carla Kaiser retires, and new director Diana Weaver comes aboard
April elections bring new faces to Basehor City Council, Basehor-Linwood school board
Basehor VFW Post asks for help to avoid losing building
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Basehor City Council sticks with tougher audit at extra cost of $9,000
11:35 p.m., December 19, 2011 Updated 06:52 p.m.
The city of Basehor will continue to use a more stringent but more expensive method of accounting in its annual external financial audit after a split vote by the Basehor City Council on Monday night.
Help pick the five biggest Basehor-area stories of 2011
December 19, 2011
During the last week of 2011, the Sentinel will take a look back through a Basehor-area lens with recaps of the five biggest Basehor news stories of the year. And who better to decide which five stories best sum up Basehor-area life in 2011 than you, our readers?
Shawnee insurance agent to ‘give the gift of a birthday’ with kidney donation
03:23 p.m., December 19, 2011 Updated 12:00 a.m.
Before long, a Shawnee insurance agent will be on a flight to Chicago with his wife. It will be just after Christmas and just before New Year’s Eve. When he get’s there, he’ll be giving up a kidney to someone he doesn’t know and may never meet.
Basehor City Council meeting agenda: Dec. 19
December 19, 2011
The Basehor City Council has a regular meeting at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month at Basehor City Hall, 2620 N. 155th St.