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Sports briefs
March 29, 2000
Lang goes to Nationals
March 29, 2000
The high school wrestling season may have been over weeks ago, but for Baldwin High School senior Luke Lang it ended just last weekend. He competed at the National High School Wrestling Championships at the A.J. Palumbo Center in Pittsburgh, Penn.
Potter, Flory place at state wrestling tourney
March 29, 2000
Two members of the Baldwin Kid Wrestling Club placed at the state tournament over the weekend in Topeka. Sean Potter finished third and Kyle Flory was fifth.
Baldwin High School Softball Schedule
March 29, 2000
Baker professor elected to Lions post
March 29, 2000
Baker sociology professor Bob Miller was recently elected to serve as District Vice Governor of Lions Club International for the state of Kansas.
Pothole repair underway in city
March 29, 2000
There are some drivers that would like to see more construction on Sixth Street to fix the potholes.
Workshop helps take confusion out of homebuying
March 29, 2000
Has one of your life’s goals been to own your own home but you are unsure of what the realtor/lenders want and expect from you when you get ready to buy?
April 2000 Calendar for Baker University
March 29, 2000
World’s largest touring grill to cook up funds for LMH
March 29, 2000
The Johnsonville Big Taste Grill, touted as the world’s largest touring grill, will make its way into Lawrence Saturday for a promotion to benefit the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Pediatrics Unit.
Author prompts return to column
March 29, 2000
MDA says thanks
March 29, 2000
My Irish eyes are smiling because Baldwin City has done it again. Thousands of area residents when they patronized their favorite convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants and other retail businesses brought the luck of the Irish to families affected by muscle-wasting diseases.
Need help with house
March 29, 2000
Thank you for including the picture I had submitted for the March 8 issue. I was pleased to receive four responses, one from Colorado! Unfortunately, close examination of those houses or sites has not proven conclusive.
Setting the record straight
March 29, 2000
If the Baldwin school officials and the Lawrence Journal-World really want to help get a handle on the school alcohol abuse problem in Baldwin, perhaps they had better acquire the accurate facts before smearing the identities of the non-abusing students all over the front pages of the newspapers.
J. Milton Sullivant
March 29, 2000
Mass of Christian Burial for J. Milton “Milt” Sullivant, 82, Lawrence was at 10 a.m. Monday at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Burial followed in Holy Family Cemetery, Eudora.
Alcohol, drug meeting geared to parents, students
March 29, 2000
Laura McCall hopes parents of Baldwin City youth are ready to talk about drug and alcohol use/abuse. She’s also hoping the teens are ready to talk, too.
City to debate water rate hike
March 29, 2000
The city’s water customers could see a bill increase as soon as May. City Administrator Larry Paine is recommending a water rate increase to the City Council. The council is scheduled to discuss and take action on the increase at Monday night’s meeting.
Putting kids on the right track
March 29, 2000
At this time of year, there are literally hundreds of junior high, high school and college runners, jumpers and throwers sharing the Baker University track. Mike and Angie Spielman are “coach” to many of them he as the Baldwin High School head boys track coach, and she as a Baldwin Junior High School assistant track coach.
Baker University Baseball Schedule
March 29, 2000
Magic awaits students returning from break
March 29, 2000
The fun of spring break lasted a little longer for Vinland and Marion Springs elementary school students.
Tenants filling FireTree commercial center
March 29, 2000
It’s official now. Ken Hayes has the “anchor” for FireTree Plaza, the commercial center to be built along U.S. Highway 56 in FireTree Estates. It is O’Bryhim’s Thriftway, a full-line grocery store, which has a location in Overbrook.
Baker briefs
March 29, 2000
News briefs
March 29, 2000