Estuardo Garcia Reporter

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New signal slows traffic near school
August 12, 2010
The beginning of a school year is full of many new things such as school supplies, students and teachers. In the case of the Linwood Elementary School, the new year also comes with new safety precautions.
4-H Falks prepared for county fair
August 12, 2010
The kitchen of the Falk family is filled with the smell of baked treats.
Museum introduces exhibit of Dust Bowl photographs
August 12, 2010
If you think it’s hot and dry in Kansas now, just imagine what it would have been like during the 1930s when part of the country was gripped in the Dust Bowl.
County fair has seen plenty of changes through years
August 10, 2010
In more than 80 years of existence, the Leavenworth County Fair has seen a lot of changes.
LCDC on its way to achieving goals
August 5, 2010
Half way through the year and Steve Jack said the Leavenworth County Development Corporation is on its way to meeting its goals.
Parking on 141st becomes one-sided debate
August 5, 2010
If you like parking on 141st Street you may not like what the Basehor City Council is poised to decide during its next regular meeting.
Leavenworth County Fair parade tradition for Boling 4-H family
August 3, 2010
This year’s theme for the float is: “A Little Bit Country/A Little Bit City.”
Expert’s advice to beat the heat: hydration, hydration, hydration
Hydration, hydration, hydration
July 29, 2010
Summertime and the working ain’t easy. This is especially true for Josh Blevins, who spends most of his workday putting up houses for Mills Construction.
County resident lambasts new codes court
Dairy farmer calls funding the court a ‘doggy, kitty tax’
July 29, 2010
When it comes to budgeting for a new codes court in Leavenworth County, at least one resident is saying thanks, but no thanks.
County resident concerned over codes court
July 23, 2010
When it comes to budgeting for a new codes court in Leavenworth County, at least one resident is saying thanks, but no thanks.

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Recent photos

Properly mowing your lawn requires more than just running the mower over your grass once a week.

The Kansas Department of Transportation recently installed new traffic signals on the east and westbound lanes of Kansas Highway 32 near Linwood to slow down traffic near the school.

Tony Kramer, owner of Kramer and Associates, CPAs, L.L.C., is the sponsore of the Basehor museum’s newest exhibit, “Dust Bowl in Kansas.” The exhibit of photographs will be on display through the remainder of August.

Janet and Dave Falk stand in their family garden behind their children, from left, Luke, 11, David, 14, Alex, 9, front, and Lacie, 17.

Travelers on U.S. Highway 24-40 near 155th Street were treated Tuesday to the sight of the First State Bank & Trust sign showing a temperature of 104 degrees.

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