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Bobcat wrestlers finish 5th at BIT
February 4, 2014
Saturday’s Baldwin Invitational Tournament served as an impromptu regional test for the Basehor-Linwood wrestling team, and several Bobcats passed with flying colors.
Five Questions: Heart healthy snow shoveling
February 4, 2014
With more than six weeks of winter still ahead of us, American Heart Association spokeswoman Ciara O’Brien Murray shares advice on how to care for your heart while shoveling snow.
KU medical experts warn of snow shoveling dangers
February 4, 2014
Health experts at the University of Kansas Hospital are warning people to avoid overtaxing their hearts while shoveling snow.
Basehor doesn’t need full-time administrator, city council says
February 4, 2014
After more than two years without a full-time city administrator, Basehor’s city council thinks the city doesn’t need one, for now. The Basehor City Council agreed Monday night at their work session that the city doesn’t need to pay someone $100,000 to fill the role of a full-time city administrator and will move forward with current Interim City Administrator Lloyd Martley filling the role on a part-time basis indefinitely. The council was also in consensus that the city “has never run better,” as council member Travis Miles said.
Tonganoxie Phil: Early spring is on its way
February 4, 2014
Longtime physician by day, weather prognosticator by morning. Dr. Phil Stevens has been practicing medicine at the same office in downtown Tonganoxie for more than 58 years.
Basehor-Linwood students collecting keys for charity
06:00 a.m., February 4, 2014 Updated 06:00 a.m.
Students at Basehor-Linwood High School are turning those extra keys rattling in desk drawers and weighing down key chains into money for Ronald McDonald House Charity. Students in the BLHS Student Council and the National Honors Society (NHS) are collecting keys through Feb. 14 from the Basehor community to donate to Ronald McDonald House of Kansas City. Keys, particularly brass keys, are valuable recyclables that bring in as much as six-times more money per pound compared to aluminum.
Remember When for Feb. 6, 2014
February 4, 2014
Events reported this week in The Chieftain 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Face to Face: USD 204 Superintendent Dan Brungardt
February 4, 2014
Face to Face is a new weekly feature highlighting those who live or work in Bonner Springs, Edwardsville or Basehor. Each week we will pick one person to highlight in the community. This week we’ll meet Dan Brungardt.
Bobcat basketball teams sweep De Soto
February 4, 2014
After nearly a week off from live competition, the Basehor-Linwood basketball teams returned to their home floor Friday for a pair of non-league meetings with De Soto. The Bobcat girls left with a 54-47 win, while the boys defeated the Wildcats, 68-57.