Archive for Thursday, September 22, 2011

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What's your reaction to the firing of Basehor city administrator Mark Loughry?

Response Percent
I support the move.
I oppose it.
I’m confused; I need to know more.
Total 792

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GM plant opened to visitors as part of thank you gesture
September 22, 2011
Being at the General Motors Fairfax Assembly Plant Thursday brought back fond memories for Joe Wells of Liberty, Mo.
Loughry to clean out office; police chief asked to be interim administrator
12:26 p.m., September 22, 2011 Updated 03:04 p.m.
The city of Basehor is moving ahead without former city administrator Mark Loughry, asking Basehor Police Chief Lloyd Martley to serve as an interim replacement.
Basehor to send surveys to Sewer District 3 residents
September 22, 2011
Glenwood Estates residents Monday night told Basehor City Council members they’d had no voice in determining their fate. Now they will, council members say.
City council approves Orscheln incentives
September 22, 2011
A suitor has stepped forward to make Basehor’s former Wolf Creek Marketplace building its home — but it’s not a grocery store.
Neighbors: Jonetta Mellott
September 22, 2011
Jonetta Mellott is assistant branch manager/assistant vice president for Bank Midwest in Edwardsville
BLMS, CMS runners stand out at Bonner Springs Invitational
September 22, 2011
Thunderstorms rolled in as the middle school races began Saturday at the Bonner Springs Invitational, but it wasn’t enough to stop the races from taking place on the new Kansas Speedway course.
Thunderstorm interrupts good day for Bonner Springs tennis squad
September 22, 2011
A heavy thunderstorm washed out the best day of tennis so far for the Bonner Springs girls on Saturday at the Mill Valley Invitational.
Runners rally to show support for Bonner Springs High School senior battling cancer
Basehor-Linwood organizes T-shirt campaign to show love for Capalla
September 22, 2011
Scintila Capalla certainly misses running, but on Saturday at the Bonner Springs Invitational she found out just how much the running community misses her.
Letter: Bike show sees large turnout
September 22, 2011
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in our community who contributed and participated in the Kobi’s 19th Annual Bike Show.
Elections need makeover
September 22, 2011
Don’t be surprised if there is an epidemic of a new disease during the next few months.
Lions can’t cramp Bobcats’ style as Basehor-Linwood rolls, 43-21
September 22, 2011
Colin Murphy sat on the ground near the 50-yard line during Friday’s game against Lansing and was attended to by a trainer.
Annual Kaw Valley Farms Tour to include stops near Bonner Springs and in Basehor
September 22, 2011
Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery in Basehor and Knapp Family Farms and Crum’s Heirlooms, both of Bonner Springs, will be among the 24 participating farms on the seventh annual Kaw Valley Farm Tour, Oct. 1 and 2.
Alliance is recipient of $13,500 grant
September 22, 2011
Alliance Against Family Violence, of Leavenworth, has been awarded a $13,500 state grant for its victims’ service programs.
Remember When
September 22, 2011
Area memories from 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago
Lack of chemistry hurting BSHS soccer
September 22, 2011
An abundance of team chemistry helped the Bonner Springs High School boys soccer team play its way to a fourth-place finish at the Class 4-1A state tournament in 2010.
Basehor-Linwood soccer routs Sumner Academy for third straight victory
September 22, 2011
Zach Ferguson and Lane Young each scored two goals Monday, leading the Basehor-Linwood boys soccer team to a 5-0 victory at Sumner Academy.
United Way campaign puts focus on caring
September 22, 2011
Nancy Bauder was surprised with some of the phone calls she received after she started in February as executive director of the United Way of Leavenworth County.
Painting in the open air
September 22, 2011
Have any of you ever heard of “Plein Air” painting?
Braves, Bobcats post fast times at Bonner Springs Invitational
September 22, 2011
Speed is always at a premium at the Kansas Speedway, so it proved to be the ideal setting for the new home of the Bonner Springs Invitational.