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Fulkerson signs with Baker cross country
April 2, 2014
Less than a year after helping Basehor-Linwood to its most successful cross country season in program history, senior Johnny Fulkerson is running to the collegiate ranks.
Kansas Republicans continue to reject Medicaid expansion
April 2, 2014
Kansas continues to reject expansion of Medicaid.
Hopper to wrestle at William Penn
April 2, 2014
In his final high school season, Basehor-Linwood senior John Hopper elevated his performance on wrestling mat to new heights. Hopper’s career in a Bobcat singlet came to an end at the state tournament in March, but his time as a wrestler is far from over.
Kansas Senate OKs bill voiding local gun rights
April 2, 2014
A proposal to strip Kansas cities and counties of their power to regulate firearms and nullify existing local gun ordinances is on track to clear the state Legislature quickly after the Senate approved it Wednesday.
Bobcats, Braves split league DH
April 2, 2014
When Basehor-Linwood and Bonner Springs squared off on the baseball diamond Tuesday, few comparisons could be made from the first game to the second. Perhaps it’s fitting, then, that the Kaw Valley League rivalry ended in a split.
Kansas Turnpike fatal crash truck driver asleep at wheel, manager says
April 2, 2014
The 30-year-old Aurora, Colo., man who died when his tractor-trailer crashed into a Kansas Turnpike toll plaza early Saturday morning appeared to be asleep in photos taken just before the crash, his manager said Tuesday from California.
Face to Face: Basehor City Council member Vernon Fields
April 2, 2014
This week’s Face to Face features Basehor City Council member Vernon Fields who has a passion for gardening and community service.
Basehor-Linwood officials fight for virtual school funding
April 2, 2014
While state lawmakers mull several bills aimed at meeting the Kansas Supreme Court mandate on equalization, Basehor-Linwood school officials traveled to Topeka to fight for funding for the district’s and the state’s virtual schools.