Archive for Thursday, June 2, 2011

Also from June 2

Obituaries
On the street
Photos
Polls

Will you, or did you, attend the Basehor Dairy Days festival Friday and/or Saturday at Basehor City Park?

Response Percent
No
 
64%
Yes
 
35%
Total 28

Have you visited your local swimming pool yet?

Response Percent
No, I haven’t had time.
 
42%
No, I don’t swim.
 
28%
Yes, I went to a neighborhood/private pool.
 
14%
No, but I did swim in an area river/lake.
 
9%
Yes, I went to my city pool.
 
4%
Total 21
Videos

All stories

Winds cause damage in north Basehor, Fairmount areas
June 2, 2011
Trees downed and outbuildings damaged
Education briefs: Basehor students earn college honors
June 2, 2011
Several area universities have announced honors for students from Basehor.
Basehor City Council work session agenda: June 6
June 2, 2011
At its Monday, June 6, work session, the Basehor City Council will discuss a possible future site for Basehor City Hall, an engineering study for a possible extension of Wolf Creek Parkway and more.
Leavenworth County warning sirens used correctly, official says
June 2, 2011
When Leavenworth County was threatened by possible tornadoes on Saturday, May 21, some residents complained that outdoor warning sirens were sounded for too long, county officials said, and others said they weren’t sounded long or loud enough.
McLouth student Justin Johnston shot, killed on school trip to Costa Rica
Memorial service planned for 8 p.m. tonight in high school parking lot
10:43 a.m., June 2, 2011 Updated 07:46 p.m.
A student at McLouth High School has died while on a school trip to Costa Rica, the victim of an overnight shooting.
Basehor-Linwood track squad celebrates state championships
June 2, 2011
It wasn’t that long ago that Basehor-Linwood’s trips to the Class 4A track and field state championships were brief.
Basehor Intermediate School students donate $700 to VFW Post
June 2, 2011
Students at Basehor Intermediate School last week raised about $700 for the Basehor VFW Post 11499 last week after post members asked for community support because of budget p
Basehor Dairy Days festival becoming prize cow
June 2, 2011
Six years in, the Basehor Dairy Days festival is no longer a start-up, Lila White says.
A coal mine story
June 2, 2011
recently got a phone call from Laura Phillippi at the Lansing Historical Museum because she had a visitor there asking questions that she could not answer.
Neighbors: Jane Hanks
June 2, 2011
Jane Hanks of Bonner Springs shares a little bit about herself in this week’s Neighbors column.
Edwardsville care home resident celebrates 100th birthday
June 2, 2011
One hundred years of life is quite a feat, but on that, Felisa Pecana is remaining mum, except to say this (with much coaching from her daughter Myrna): “I am thankful to be 100.”
Letter: Giving Memorial Day thanks
June 2, 2011
To the editor: We wish to thank everyone who attended the 2011 Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 30, at the Bonner Springs Cemetery.
Smith: Memorial musings
June 2, 2011
On Saturday I was on my way to Wichita to see my grandson, Stan Skwarlo, compete for Free State High School in the state track meet.
FYI: City band picnic is set
June 2, 2011
June 9 marks the beginning of the Bonner Springs City Band summer concert series.
Ice shavings become new business venture for family
June 2, 2011
Shaved, flavored ice may be a simple summertime treat, but there aren’t many places to find it unless one already happens to be at a professional ballpark.
Timely hits elude Bobcats in first-round loss to Girard at Class 4A state tournament
Youth-laden Basehor-Linwood softball squad enjoys state experience despite early loss
June 2, 2011
Clutch hitting eluded the Basehor-Linwood softball team at the Class 4A state tournament and as a result, the Bobcats’ goal of defending their state championship ended.
Remember When
June 2, 2011
A look back at this week in history in Bonner Springs, Basehor, Linwood, Edwardsville and the Kaw Valley.
Son’s cancer inspires area resident to relay
June 2, 2011
When Roberta Kranz attends this year’s Kaw Valley Relay For Life, both as a first-time participant and as a co-captain of her office’s relay team, she says she knows she will be starting an annual tradition.
Open house to go over project plans
June 2, 2011
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kan., are holding an open house to discuss preliminary design plans for the Minnesota/State Avenue transit corridor.
Bobcats’ comeback bid comes up just short at 4A state tournament
June 2, 2011
The comeback kids nearly did it again.