Error leaves portions of stories missing from Sentinel print edition
A production error has caused three pages in this week's print edition of the Basehor Sentinel not to be published as planned.
One of the pages included portions of two stories related to the Basehor recall election coming on Tuesday. The two stories were:
• A Q-and-A feature answering questions Basehor voters might have about the recalls. Click here to read that story in full.
• A story covering a town-hall meeting during which Basehor City Council members Dennis Mertz and Iris Dysart responded to accusations and criticisms. Click here to read that story in full.
For more information about the recall election, visit the Sentinel's Basehor Recall Election Central page, where you can revisit previous coverage.
The other two stories that were to appear on the affected pages in this week's issue concerned a food drive being conducted by the Southern Leavenworth County Leadership Development class (click here for the full story) and a Bonner Springs antique and gift shop opened by a Basehor couple (click here for the full story).
At left are images of the three planned pages that were not published, along with pages 1 and 3 as appeared in the paper, where the two recall stories began. The pages are in a downloadable PDF format.
The Sentinel will also make printed versions of the affected pages available at the Basehor Community Library, 1400 158th St. in Basehor, beginning Friday morning.
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