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School board wants input
June 20, 2001
The Baldwin City Board of Education is looking for more community feedback regarding long-range facilities plans.
Tennis clincs are being offered
June 20, 2001
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission will be sponsoring, in conjunction with the United States Tennis Association, free tennis clinics beginning Saturday.
Hornets pick up first win
June 20, 2001
The Baldwin City Hornets 15-16 baseball team opened Lawrence Holcomb League play on Monday with a 23-5 win against the Giants.
Baldwin girls improving
June 20, 2001
The Baldwin 16-and-under girls fast pitch team had a lot of road time last week. With two games in Paola, two in Greeley and a doubleheader at home against Osawatomie, the team got a lot of softball and driving time in.
Pitching, bats lead Bombers to three wins
June 20, 2001
On the strength of solid pitching and red-hot bats that accounted for 38 hits and 45 runs, the Baldwin Bombers 13-14-year-old baseball team blasted through its Lawrence competition for three big wins last week and in the process improved its season record to 8-2.
Baldwin wrestlers compete in Denver
June 20, 2001
Team Kansas placed fourth in greco-roman and seventh in freestyle at the Cadet National Duals in Denver this past weekend. Minnesota won titles in both styles. There were 22 teams from 18 states competing. Kansas entered two teams, Kansas Gold and Kansas Silver.
Skyhawks fifth in tournament action
June 20, 2001
The season really started over the weekend for the Baldwin Skyhawks 18-and-under team with a fifth-place finish in the USSSA Open Qualifier at the Johnson County Girls’ Athletic Association Complex.
Fun times at the library
June 20, 2001
More than 20 hands shoot up in the air when Kelly Werts asks the color of Jenny Jenkins’ dress.
June Art Walk draws big crowd
June 20, 2001
There were no “Road Closed” signs in the way of downtown Baldwin City Friday night. The June Art Walk brought out folks from all around. There was a record number in attendance Friday evening for the Baldwin Community Arts Council event.
Seek information when choosing a nursing home
June 20, 2001
Patricia Maben practices what she preaches. Her children know her wishes concerning end-of-life issues, including her views on nursing homes.
Sixth Street project continues to move
June 20, 2001
Despite the rain, construction on Sixth Street is still right on schedule.
Coucil quorum is changed
June 20, 2001
It will now take at least four people to conduct business at a Baldwin City Council meeting.
Western Resources to begin negotiations
June 20, 2001
Negotiations between Baldwin City and Western Resources will soon begin.
Outages bring back memories
June 20, 2001
Baldwin City faced yet another problem with electricity last week.
Electrifying opener for ‘Annie’
A stormy start for play
June 20, 2001
Opening night for “Annie” Saturday was “lightninged out,” but as the little red-headed orphan is so proud to sing, “The sun will come out, tomorrow.” And, it did. The Baldwin City Theatre presentation did make a successful appearance on Sunday and put on quite a show for an audience of more than 100. Kathy Davis, executive director of CLEAR which puts on the show, has had plenty of experience with weather and outdoor shows over the years.
Volleyball camp set for July
June 20, 2001
Baldwin High School volleyball coach Jill Brown will be conducted a series of camps for all ages on July 16 through July 19 at BHS.
Deaths
June 20, 2001
Baldwin in brief
June 20, 2001
Yard of the Week award goes to Johnsons
June 20, 2001
Danny and I could see Terri Johnson watering the roses in her backyard as we walked over to see her flowers.
Tennis Blitz is continuing
June 20, 2001
Tennis Blitz. Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 23 at 9 a.m. or Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. will be the dates for the Tennis Blitz.
Track club places at state meet
June 20, 2001
The Baldwin Track Club had a wealth of top placers at the Kansas State AAU Track and Field Championships here over the weekend.
New Baldwin High School basketball coach
Haas ‘excited’ about Bulldogs
June 20, 2001
It’s his first shot at a head coaching position and newly named Baldwin High School basketball coach Jeff Haas is more than ready for the challenge.
Council discusses building moratorium
June 20, 2001
The subdivision moratorium has been a cause of concern for some Baldwin City Council members.
What does a person’s checks say about them?
June 20, 2001