Basehor Living

Sporting KC blood drive is Tuesday in KCK
July 24, 2014
Sporting Kansas City, the Victory Project and the American Red Cross are teaming up for a blood drive Tuesday at Sporting Park.
Kansas City Connection: Cornering the farmers markets
July 14, 2014
The Kansas City area is filled with a wide variety of farmers markets that are well worth a visit. This week I’d like to take a look at some of the most interesting weekend and weekday markets in the area.
Local agencies participating in National HIV Testing Day
June 23, 2014
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is encouraging Kansans to get tested Friday on National HIV Testing Day.
Kansas City Connection: Influential women come to KC
June 15, 2014
HIllary Rodham Clinton and Lauryn Hill come to KC; Jazz in the Woods livens up Corporate Woods; and Gay Price KC events planned.
Wild Hayride Band to play at Leavenworth’s Heritage Center
May 27, 2014
The Wild Hayride Band dinner and dance will start at 6:30 p.m. June 6 at the Heritage Center, 109 Delaware St., Leavenworth.
Tonganoxie, Linwood girls compete in Shrine Rodeo
May 26, 2014
Emmie Noyes is no stranger to the Abdallah Shrine Rodeo.
Abdallah Shrine Rodeo today: ‘Here for a reason’
Rodeo clown finds calling in rodeo, football
May 21, 2014
Shawn Thompson knows he’s been put on this planet for a reason.
Tonganoxie Water Park to open Saturday for season
May 19, 2014
Tonganoxie Water Park opens for the summer season this weekend.
Dead tree in Baldwin City’s Oakwood Cemetery to become angel carving
May 14, 2014
What remains of a century-old yellow poplar tree in Oakwood Cemetery that fell victim to the 2012 drought will soon be a work of art.
Kansas City Connection: Beer festivals on tap this summer
April 27, 2014
Whether it’s Free State Brewery in Lawrence, Tallgrass in Manhattan, Boulevard in Kansas City, or one of the smaller brewing operations popping up in the area, craft and microbreweries have cast an intoxicating spell over the Midwest. And for good reason. As the Huffington Post wrote in a headline earlier this year, “The Midwest officially has some of the best beer in the world.”
Fascination with trains leads to volunteer role at Baldwin City’s Midland Railway
April 23, 2014
Mike Beem struck up a conversation with a stranger Saturday as they stood on the Santa Fe Depot’s north platform waiting for a Midland Railway train to pull into the station. Words came easy to the two men as they talked trains and railroad. The stranger told Beem, a volunteer with the Midland Railway, he was retired from the Union Pacific Railroad and used to make regular runs through Kansas City west to Marysville.
Five signs spring has arrived in Baldwin City
April 17, 2014
Nature provides many signs of spring’s arrival. In Kansas, we look for blooming redbuds, the arrival of song birds and, of course, dandelions. The following are five things more particular to Baldwin City that signal spring’s arrival.
Tonganoxie dismisses case against green stripe ‘leprechaun’
April 16, 2014
The case of the green stripe appears to be closed.
Three dead in Kansas City Jewish community shootings
April 13, 2014
Three people were shot and killed Sunday afternoon in suburban Kansas City, and a spokeswoman for a local hospital said a 15-year-old boy is in critical condition.