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Regional softball, baseball locations announced
Basehor-Linwood softball, Tonganoxie baseball to host
April 8, 2014
Regional softball and baseball locations were recently released by the Kansas State High School Activities Association, and a pair of Kaw Valley League schools will serve as hosts in the first year of Class 4A-I competition.
Parents as Teachers: Blocks still relevant, important toys
April 8, 2014
On March 29, the Bonner Springs City Library and Parents as Teachers hosted Books, Blocks and Bubbles Young Child Fair. Over 300 people attended and participated in many activities.
Kansas school districts say new finance bill will widen disparities
April 8, 2014
The Legislature’s new school finance bill will continue to widen the funding gap between wealthy and poor districts, attorneys representing school districts that successfully sued the state said Monday.
Basehor furniture store opens, finds success in restoration
April 8, 2014
Krouse House, Furniture and Home Decor, 14200 Parallel Road, is open five days per week beginning this week. The store sells restored furniture and custom creations.
Bonner’s Marble Day to expand with new 5K run, community art project
April 8, 2014
With a big, new event, a new organization involved, and hopefully better weather than last year, things are going to be busy at the 8th Annual Marble Day celebration.
BLHS track breaks four program records
April 8, 2014
The Basehor-Linwood track and field team opened its 2014 season Friday, and the Bobcats re-wrote the program’s record book in the process.
KU grad students worry hours might be cut
April 7, 2014
University of Kansas graduate students are concerned the school might reduce the hours they are allowed to work on campus in an effort to comply with new health care requirements.
Kansas testing pushes on despite setbacks
April 7, 2014
Education officials say Kansas student testing has been pushing forward despite several hurdles, including computer problems and cyberattacks.
Kansas lawmakers back school funding, tenure plan
April 7, 2014
The Kansas Legislature on Sunday narrowly backed a plan that would boost funding to poor school districts while eliminating tenure for teachers.
Remember When for April 10, 2014
April 7, 2014
Events reported this week in The Chieftain 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Basehor-Linwood student to compete in Junior Olympics in Colorado
April 7, 2014
Blake Tucker, a student at Basehor-Linwood Middle School, is traveling to Colorado Springs, Colo., for the Junior Olympics shooting competitions, where he will compete against some of the best young shooters in the country.
Bonner Springs interchange work about to ramp up
April 7, 2014
So far during the construction of the new northwest and southwest ramps of Interstate 70 and Kansas Highway 7, about 292,000 cubic yards of soil has been placed.
Kansas City Connection: All the best of KC Film Fest
April 6, 2014
Given its growth over the past few years, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Kansas City Film Fest eventually became one of the nation’s more popular cinema events. For now, the size is just right — there are plenty of interesting feature films and shorts to choose from, yet the festival is still affordable and accessible to fans of all interest levels.
Kansas lawmakers OK small changes in abortion laws
April 6, 2014
The Kansas Legislature has approved abortion legislation that addresses legal issues raised in state and federal lawsuits filed by abortion providers, avoiding a larger debate this year over proposals to ban the procedure early in pregnancy.
Kansas school funding debate drags on
April 6, 2014
Kansas legislators made quick work early Sunday brokering a new school funding agreement aimed at satisfying a state Supreme Court ruling.
Kansas bill limiting duration of conservation easements defeated in Senate
April 5, 2014
A bill that would have limited the duration of conservation easements, which have been used to preserve tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills and prevent encroachment on military bases, was defeated in the Senate on Friday.
Kansas Senate agrees to more money for schools; insists on vouchers
April 5, 2014
Republicans in the Kansas Senate have agreed to drop a provision from their school finance bill that would have defunded implementation of the Common Core standards for reading and math.
Chieftain baseball wins thriller vs. Basehor-Linwood
April 4, 2014
As far as rivalry games go, Friday’s Kaw Valley League clash between Tonganoxie and Basehor-Linwood couldn’t have been much closer.
Kansas lawmakers avoiding big abortion debate
April 4, 2014
Top Republican legislators are blocking a debate in Kansas on banning most abortions early in pregnancy while engineering passage of a bill to make technical changes in anti-abortion laws.
Kansas Senate votes to defund Common Core
April 4, 2014
The Kansas Senate voted overwhelmingly Thursday night to prohibit schools from spending money to implement the Common Core standards for reading and math.