Joshua Roberts

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Hemingway’s curse
A sad, strange saga of two gringos at the running of the bulls
August 23, 2006
Fear continues to paralyze me. I look at my watch. It’s almost time.
Construction kicks off at new Basehor bank
April 19, 2006
Bill New, chairman of the board at First State Bank and Trust, said his company has conducted business based on ethics, honesty and “Christian standards.”
Cyberspace: A new frontier for danger
April 5, 2006
A seedy, methodical voice emanates from the dark shadow on screen. The man, a convicted sex offender serving prison time for indecent exposure and corruption of a minor, warns the unsuspecting how he did it
24-40 corridor study likely to begin in May
March 1, 2006
An upcoming “aggressive” study of the U.S. Highway 24-40 corridor could be completed by spring 2007, the project manager said this week.
Basehor library patrons approve new building
March 1, 2006
A celebration of smiles, applause and congratulatory handshakes erupted at Kelley’s Bar and Grille Tuesday night.
Lawmakers review issues facing 2006 session of state Legislature
February 22, 2006
Politicos indicate roughly 1,000 pieces of new legislation will be introduced this year in the Kansas Senate and the House. Only a quarter of those, or 250 bills, will be made into law.
Police still investigate murder
February 15, 2006
Three months have passed since a 44-year-old Tonganoxie woman, Robin Bell, was found beaten to death in a western Wyandotte County business. Police said this week that they continue to search for her killer.
Countywide group plans name change
Move would help with marketing
January 25, 2006
In its 25-year history, Leavenworth Area Development has used the name originally given to it by a group of Leavenworth area bankers in 1981.
Basehor City Council hires Hiawatha administrator
January 25, 2006
Basehor now has a city administrator.
Cedar trees provide ideal buffer from summer wind, winter snow
January 25, 2006
Bonner Springs resident Don Tallman doesn’t credit himself with doing the lion’s share of work that earned him a windbreak award from the Leavenworth County Conservation District.

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