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Subway softball splits
June 21, 2000
The Subway 11&12 year old girls softball team was defeated in their game on Monday, June 12 by the Spring Hill 1 team.
Baldwin Hammers split pair
June 21, 2000
The Baldwin Hammers 13-14 year old baseball team managed a split in its two nail-biting, down-to-the-wire games this past week by knocking off the Lawrence Yankees 11-10 last Monday night in Baldwin City.
Sports briefs
June 21, 2000
Baldwin Track Club cleans up at state
June 21, 2000
The Baldwin Track Club traveled to Hays this past weekend to compete in the AAU State meet. Forty athletes were in the caravan and 23 of them qualified for the next competition by placing in the top four.
The dilemmas about diet
June 21, 2000
As an athlete I’ve been taught that proper nutrition is just as important as proper training. I just don’t understand what exactly defines proper nutrition these days.
Baldwin Skyhawks finish third
June 21, 2000
After struggling a bit during the first part of the season, the Baldwin Skyhawk 16-and-under team put their best run of the season together here over the weekend and finished third in the Twin Rivers Summer Slam Softball Tournament.
Junk yards’ need to go
June 21, 2000
While it may be true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, junk is junk, no matter how you look at it.
Horse show proves to be hair-raising experience
June 21, 2000
News in brief
June 21, 2000
Zula Sawyer
June 21, 2000
Services for Zula L. Sawyer, 93, Baldwin City, were Saturday at Lamb-Roberts-Heise Funeral home, Baldwin City. Burial followed in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City.
Eddy’s essay nets a day fishing with the Governor
June 21, 2000
Fishing and writing are two things that Jonathan Eddy likes to do in his free time. The eight-year-old combined the interests by writing an essay about the joy of fishing for the “Hooked on Fishing Not Drugs Essay” contest and won a day on the lake with Gov. Bill Graves.
City Briefs
June 21, 2000
The City Council approved spending about $30,000 for 12 air packs for the Baldwin City Fire Department.
Planning commission briefs
June 21, 2000
Plans for a 150-foot telecommunications tower in downtown Baldwin were approved by the Baldwin City Planning Commission last Tuesday.
Council studies annexation of property
June 21, 2000
A request to annex 31 acres on the west side of Baldwin City raised concerns from the City Council Monday night about the city’s ability to provide fire protection to the home site located about 660 feet from its entrance on Lawrence Street.
Watkins gains award for ‘Yard of the Week’
June 21, 2000
Lila Watkins, 105 Santa Fe, is this week’s winner of the “Yard of the Week.” The large corner lot has mature trees and bushes and is an example of Midwest living at its best.
Busy Friday for Baldwin police, firemen
June 21, 2000
Friday night proved to be eventful in Baldwin City for law enforcement and fire department personnel.
The Music Man’ charms audience of all ages
June 21, 2000
When I had no choice but to take my 22-month-old daughter, Emily, with me to watch “The Music Man” Saturday night, I asked myself, “How in the world am I going to write a review, when my time will most likely be spent watching her and not the show?”
In Sync: Local swimmer is bound for nationals
June 21, 2000
Behind the make-up, hair gel and sequin suit of synchronized swimmer Brynn Paine, 15, is an athlete who can spend nearly a minute under water without air while constantly in graceful motion.
Baldwin Hornets improve record
June 21, 2000
In last week’s action, Baldwin City’s Hornets 13-14 year-old baseball team came from behind to beat the Mets 12-11 in Baldwin and beat the Yankees 15-4 in Lawrence. The wins pushed the Hornet’s record to 12-2.
Sunflower Skyhawks finish second
June 21, 2000
By allowing just seven runs throughout the entire tournament, the Sunflower Skyhawks 18-and-under team came away with a second-place finish in the Adair Park Tournament here over the weekend.