Archive for Thursday, September 1, 2011

Also from September 1

Obituaries
On the street
Polls

How would you grade the city of Bonner Springs?

Response Percent
The city is doing great! Couldn’t be better!
 
43%
I’m dissatisfied.
 
36%
Good, but there’s still plenty of work to do.
 
10%
About average.
 
5%
Not very good. We have a long way to go.
 
3%
Total 104

All stories

Spay-neuter transport coming to Easton in September
September 1, 2011
The Leavenworth County Humane Society’s low-cost spay and neuter transport will leave from Easton Sept. 15 and return Sept. 16.
Robin Hood, merry men join fray at KC Renaissance Festival
September 1, 2011
The Kansas City Renaissance Festival is celebrating its 35th year.
Edwardsville’s AutumnFest going on soon
September 1, 2011
Edwardsville’s annual citywide festival, AutumnFest, will be Sept. 16 and 17 in downtown Edwardsville.
Bailey highlights day as Braves battle Miege
September 1, 2011
There were times last year when Bill Scott wanted to put Bethany Bailey in the varsity lineup.
Youth movement expected to bolster BSHS cross country
September 1, 2011
Rob Marriott is pretty sure he can see the future — and if he’s right, then the future is awfully bright.
Prince of Tiblow Days parade likely ending run after 33 years
September 1, 2011
It’s hard to imagine, but the friendly, docile Appaloosa stud horse that has been a feature of the annual Tiblow Days parade since 1983 was once what owner Jack Reinwald described as “the meanest horse I’ve ever seen.”
Area firms engaging audiences with online posts, tweets
September 1, 2011
Getting information out through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter is catching on in Bonner Springs … slowly but surely.
Robin Hood, merry men join fray at KC Renaissance Festival
September 1, 2011
Now that fall is here, a hearty “Huzzah!” of excitement is building in the area.
Neighbors: Mike Fulkerson
September 1, 2011
Mike Fulkerson is a lieutenant with Lawrence Fire Department and operations manager with Consolidated Water District No. 1 in Basehor.
Finally, football season
September 1, 2011
Bonner Springs Mayor Clausie Smith is looking forward to the college football season.
Bobcat runners savor home-course advantage
September 1, 2011
When the varsity girls race begins and the runners sprint from the starting line down the opening straightaway today at Wyandotte County Park, Basehor-Linwood cross country coach Jeff Venema will eagerly watch and follow to see how his athletes perform.
After breakthrough season, BSHS volleyball seeks winning record
September 1, 2011
A year after surging to 17 victories, the Bonner Springs High School volleyball team hopes to make the necessary strides to become even more competitive and post a winning record this season.
Basehor-Linwood volleyball hopes to thrive with Irvin
September 1, 2011
A new era of volleyball is beginning at Basehor-Linwood High School this season as Amy Irvin elevates from the junior varsity level to take over the varsity program.
Redistricting hearings set
September 1, 2011
A special legislative committee will be going on the road this month and next to conduct public hearings on redistricting.
Mayor’s Banquet includes praise for community servant
September 1, 2011
Though the recipient of this year’s Marion Vaughn Community Service Award wasn’t in attendance Thursday at the annual Mayor’s Banquet, he had a tangible presence in the room as memories were shared and more than a few tears were shed.