Archive for Wednesday, March 1, 2000

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NewsBriefing
March 1, 2000
Deaths/Funerals
March 1, 2000
District nets homeschoolers
Basehor-Linwood program one handful in the United States
March 1, 2000
Turning the state into one large classroom of homeschoolers is not the goal of the Basehor-Linwood school district.
Vandals strike bridge again; firms offering $6,500 reward
March 1, 2000
Parade entries still available
March 1, 2000
Annual festival set for June
March 1, 2000
Junior high ends basketball season
March 1, 2000
Sumner ends boys’ season
March 1, 2000
Girls ward off end of season
March 1, 2000
State pins quick losses on wrestlers
March 1, 2000
Bill DeWitt sat with his hands under his chin staring out over the nine mats of the Kansas Coliseum. His wrestlers looked ahead with stoic gazes, while heading back to the hotel to get some rest.
Senior night emotions
March 1, 2000
Heirlooms in the making
March 1, 2000
Paul Pestock is not just making furniture.
Farmers see changes in rural landscape
March 1, 2000
Couple to receive Ovid Snider honors
Lifelong Linwood resident believed in serving his community
March 1, 2000
Family says virtual school valuable tool
March 1, 2000
Births
March 1, 2000
A little forethought could save Kansans
March 1, 2000
If there ever were any doubt, recent shifts in weather remind us that we live in Kansas. As the saying goes: If you don’t like the weather in Kansas, wait a couple of minutes.
The Record
March 1, 2000
Elementary school nears debut
March 1, 2000
Oskaloosa teen charged with murder
March 1, 2000
A 15-year-old Oskaloosa boy was charged Monday in the shooting death of another Oskaloosa teen-ager.
Planning board to meet Wednesday
March 1, 2000
Lansing board still discussing superintendent
March 1, 2000
Cotton Bowl, here we come
March 1, 2000
Cities, county approve transfer of cable franchise
March 1, 2000
Council serves notice on tavern ordinance
March 1, 2000
Addresses wrong on upcoming census mailings
Postmaster: Notices will be delivered
March 1, 2000
A glitch in materials mailed in conjunction with the 2000 Census is presenting a challenge to the U.S. Postal Service.
Letter to the editor
March 1, 2000