Archive for Thursday, October 9, 2014

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Kansas plans traffic safety event at Statehouse
October 9, 2014
The Kansas Department of Transportation says teenagers will be coming to the Statehouse to participate in a quick-click buckling-up challenge as part of a traffic safety event.
Cruz helping Kansas Sen. Roberts launch bus tour
October 9, 2014
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is coming to Wichita to boost the re-election campaign of fellow Republican and Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts.
Bonner Springs alumni Hall of Fame nominations sought by Nov. 10
October 9, 2014
The Bonner Springs Education Foundation and the Bonner Springs High School Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the 2015 inductees to the BSHS Hall of Fame.
In Kansas, funding of TV ads most mysterious
October 9, 2014
Kansas has seen the greatest number of ads for state-level political office, such as lieutenant governors and state treasurers, from groups that do not disclose their donors. In fact, secretive groups account for more than half of the spending in that state’s competitive race for governor, and voters likely will never know who is picking up the tab — the biggest paid for by anonymous patrons.
Chiefs name Aslin Kansas Coach of the Week
October 9, 2014
On Thursday, the Kansas City Chiefs named Bonner Springs High football coach Lucas Aslin Kansas Coach of the Week.
Basehor, Bonner golfers champions at WyCo senior golf tourney
October 9, 2014
Bob Chatterton of Bonner Springs and Bob Savner of Basehor had winning performances in the 31st annual Wyandotte County Senior Golf Championship, Kansas City’s oldest and largest senior amateur tournament.
Edwardsville breast cancer survivor now proudly sports pink
October 9, 2014
Pam Frazey says she had never been a “pink” person. “I never wore pink. Ever,” she says.
The Power of PRIDE: Basehor group marks 20 years
October 9, 2014
Saturday was Basehor PRIDE’s day to celebrate two decades and its role as an integral part of the community, as current and former members gathered at the Basehor VFW Building.