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THS baseball vs. Basehor-Linwood moved to Friday
April 1, 2014
The Tonganoxie High baseball team’s doubleheader against Basehor-Linwood, originally scheduled for Thursday, has been split into two single games.
Kansas: Man pleads not guilty in voodoo beheading
April 1, 2014
A former Topeka man suspected of killing a man by severing his head with a guitar string in 2011 pleaded innocent to murder.
Basehor council changes property and liability insurance plan
April 1, 2014
The Basehor CIty Council on Monday night approved to change property and liability insurance plans to avoid a 19 percent increase in premiums.
Basehor Community Garden hopes third year brings more growth
April 1, 2014
The members of Basehor PRIDE hope this spring brings similar success to last year when it comes to the Basehor Community Garden.
Spring sports fans cheer on through drastic weather changes
April 1, 2014
Spring sports fans are a very hardy group. They sit, huddled in blankets, to cheer for a son, daughter or grandchild on a day with the thermometer hovering in the lower 40s and facing a brisk wind.
Bobcat softball sweeps Turner in coach’s absence
April 1, 2014
When the Basehor-Linwood softball team opened its season Monday, it did so without its head coach. As it turns out, though, Susan Mayberry’s absence from the dugout gave the Bobcats a little extra incentive to get the job done on the diamond.
Kansas historic site hosts Bleeding Kansas play
March 31, 2014
The Kansas Historical Society says an acting troupe of history re-enactors plans to present the play “Bleeding Kansas Characters.”
Remember When for April 3, 2014
March 31, 2014
Events reported this week in The Chieftain 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Kansas residents rush to meet Obamacare deadline
March 31, 2014
Counselors are expecting a crush of late-hour requests for help from Kansas consumers seeking to navigate the federal government’s online health insurance marketplace.
Kansas House panel leader resigns over school bill
March 31, 2014
The House Appropriations Committee’s chairman has resigned from the committee because he says he can’t s
Basehor’s Bohannon’s Wine and Spirits Liquors finds success in first month of business
March 31, 2014
One of Basehor’s newest businesses is off to a great start as revenues have doubled initial expectations for the owner.
Chameleon King: Bonner Springs resident has unique hobby
March 31, 2014
Ted Kasckow peers into the cage, trying to point out each of his three newest purchases. “That’s the fun part about chameleons — trying to find them,” he notes.
Kansas losing population, Census figures show
March 30, 2014
New census figures show that more people have been moving out of Kansas than have recently been moving in.
Kansas: Higher education funding questions persist
March 30, 2014
With much of the Legislature’s attention focused on a state Supreme Court order to equalize public school funding, movement on the higher education front, including Kansas University, has taken a backseat recently.
Kansas City Connection: The Royals return, along with several great concerts
March 30, 2014
For a fun, relaxing night out in Kansas City, Kauffman Stadium can’t be beat. Good-natured crowds, footlong sausages and salty pretzels, cold beer and dip-and-dots ice cream, fountains, games, giveaways and music.
Kansas shutting off cold-weather protection for utilities
March 28, 2014
State officials are reminding Kansans who fall behind on electric and natural gas bills that they will lose some protection against shutoffs next week.
BLHS baseball adapting to new system
March 28, 2014
When Jeff Vestal first took over as Basehor-Linwood’s baseball coach, players admitted the transition wasn’t as smooth as they’d hoped. About three weeks later, the Bobcats have adapted and are ready to put their hard work into motion.
Bobcat girls soccer opens first season under Jones
March 28, 2014
To say last soccer season was an emotional roller coaster at Basehor-Linwood would be quite the understatement. However, with a new coach, new philosophies and a new group of leaders, the 2014 Bobcats are entering the season with a bright, new outlook.
Basehor-Linwood Superintendent: potential state budget cuts could have “devastating impact”
March 28, 2014
Basehor-Linwood School District Superintendent David Howard is calling school district residents to contact their local law makers over legislation that would reduce the district’s transportation and virtual school funding significantly.
Tonganoxie USD 464 officials warn of phone scam
March 28, 2014
Tonganoxie USD 464 officials are warning businesses to be aware of someone trying to sell advertising for a school-related activity calendar.