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School board briefs
June 14, 2000
Legion wins one in Iola
June 14, 2000
Big innings by the opponents have hurt the Baldwin American Legion team this season.
Baker football squad picks up win in France
June 14, 2000
Thirty-two Baker University football players returned from a trip to Paris, France, which included a game against the French National Team. By all reports, the Baker team won, but there were no scoreboards, no timers and no official scorekeeper.
Hammers pound Cardinals, 23-5
June 14, 2000
The Baldwin Hammers 13-14 year old baseball team began the past week with a road contest against the Lawrence Cardinals.
Hornets top Hammers again
June 14, 2000
Baldwin City’s Hornets 13-14 year-old baseball team won both games last week to push its regular season record to 10-2.
Sports briefs
June 14, 2000
Baldwin Track Club qualifies 28 for State
June 14, 2000
Summer has officially started for the Baldwin Track Club.
Black, Murphy, Gastelum lead Baldwin Track Club
June 14, 2000
The Baldwin Track Club qualified 13 members for the Region 9 USA Meet at the Missouri Valley Meet here Friday and Saturday.
Young Skyhawks finish 1-3
June 14, 2000
It was a rough weekend for the Sunflower Skyhawks 16-and-under team at the Shawnee County Girls’ Softball Association Tournament here.
Skyhawks drop four straight in tourney
June 14, 2000
Four straight close losses made a quick end for the Sunflower Skyhawks 18-and-under team at the Coffeyville Tournament here over the weekend.
Subway softball squad wins
June 14, 2000
The Baldwin Subway 11 & 12 year old girls softball team won their game against the Gardner 2 team on June 7 23-2.
Krekel attends D-Day museum dedication
June 14, 2000
Baldwin City’s Edward Krekel was more than just an interested bystander last week when the National D-Day Museum was dedicated in New Orleans.
Art Walk ready for Friday run
June 14, 2000
During June’s Art Walk night Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Baldwin City, the Baldwin Community Arts Council will feature a display of three-dimensional work by several area artists, including pottery and jewelry by Caroline Tanner and pottery by Christy Carlisle.
Durnal, Gipp attend American Legion Boys’ State
June 14, 2000
Evan Durnal and Josh Gipp recently returned from the American Legion Boys’ State of Kansas held from June 4 to Saturday on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan.
Helen Ehrhardt Booth
June 14, 2000
Helen Booth, 98, formerly of Baldwin City, died May 2, 2000 in Lansing, Mich. A memorial service will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church, Baldwin City, following interment in Oakwood Cemetery at 11 a.m.
The Music Man’ brings ‘timeless’ story to town
June 14, 2000
A cast, orchestra and crew of about 100 area men, women and children will present the Baldwin City Theater’s summer production, “The Music Man,” at 8 p.m. Friday through Tuesday and June 22-24 on a outdoor stage west of the Baldwin City Post Office.
City, KMEA lawsuit clears Supreme Court appeal
June 14, 2000
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Friday against an appeal brought by the Board of Public Utilities, Kansas City, Kan.
Football added to BJHS sports, pending funds
June 14, 2000
Baldwin Junior High School will have a football program in 2001, if a parents group can raise about $15,000 of the program’s start-up costs by November.
Baker coach building track tradition
June 14, 2000
In his fourth year as cross country and track coach at Baker University, coach Matt Candrl is starting to make a name for himself and his team.
Fantasy Obsession
June 14, 2000
I admit it, I am a 99 percent computer nerd (100 percent would require black rimmed glasses with tape in the middle).
Baldwin teacher bikes across Kansas
June 14, 2000
Bill Ratliff decided it was time to do something different during his summer vacation.
Bright colors highlight Howard’s ‘Yard of the Week’
June 14, 2000
Lisa and Gary Howard and their children, Allison and Monica, moved to Baldwin City from Lawrence not quite two years ago. Their new home at 1111 Grove is already blooming with pretty flowers.
News in brief
June 14, 2000
From tools to toys
Dad trades job for raising kids at home
June 14, 2000
Caleb Clipsham doesn’t know which of his two jobs is harder staying at home for the past nine months with his 3-year-old daughter, Avery, and 9-month-old son, Arlo, or his trade of construction.