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Best, worst of Baldwin City
June 27, 2001
Fourth of July is good time for patriotism
June 27, 2001
Baldwin City Recreation news
June 27, 2001
Plan on joining us for a free day at the pool on July 4.
Hornets add league win
June 27, 2001
The Baldwin City Hornets are off to a fast start in the Lawrence Holcomb 15-16-year-old league, winning three games last week. The Hornets are unbeaten in league play at 4-0.
Mixed bag for Baldwin girls
June 27, 2001
The Baldwin 16-and-under fast pitch team played in Paola last Wednesday and were defeated by the Paola Crew 9-2. On Thursday the girls hosted Princeton and split a double header 2-0 and 5-3.
Football Bulldogs bury
June 27, 2001
There is no “off season” for Baldwin High School football anymore. This summer is a good example of that.
Bombers come up too short
June 27, 2001
Despite mounting furious comebacks in each of their last two games, the Baldwin Bombers’ slow starts in both contests proved too much to overcome as they lost to the Baldwin Bulldogs by a 13-12 count, then dropped a 10-8 decision to the visiting Lawrence Diamondbacks to complete their week.
Martin, Wessel on all-state teams
First, second team selections in softball
June 27, 2001
Accolades keep rolling in for the Baldwin High School softball program. But this time it doesn’t get any better Katie Martin was named first team all-state and Kristen Wessel was named to the second team.
Car accident near Baldwin Kills boy
June 27, 2001
A 4-year-old Lawrence boy died early Sunday morning from multiple injuries sustained in a one-vehicle accident Saturday night west of Baldwin City.
Annie’ thrilled audiences during its performances
June 27, 2001
Under the stars and enjoying the perfect temperature, “Annie” opened with a medley of songs from the show.
Murder-for-hire plan foiled
June 27, 2001
A Baldwin City resident has been charged with trying to hire a hit-man to kill his wife.
Midland gains $192,000 grant
June 27, 2001
Some additional tracks and a depot facelift will now be possible for the Midland Railway thanks to a recent federal grant
Board wraps up year-end business
June 27, 2001
Supplemental general transfers were approved Monday night to finalize the 2000-01 school district budget.
School facilities finally draw a crowd
June 27, 2001
The Baldwin City Board of Education finally got the turnout it was looking for.
A corner on Baldwin history
History’s alive at library
June 27, 2001
According to her obituary she was 26 years old when she died in Baldwin in the early 1900s. She was thought to have had an abdominal hernia, but upon further examination, her large colon had ruptured. So the veterinarian decided it was best to have the Counts family horse, Pet, put to sleep. Pet’s obituary is only one of more than 3,000 on record in the local history corner in the Baldwin City Public Library. But Katharine Kelley said it is the only obituary for an animal. “That is our most interesting obituary, the one about the horse,” Kelley said. “I had never seen one for a horse before.”
Wrestlers say thank you
June 27, 2001
Baldwin Briefs
June 27, 2001
Elders win weekly yard honors
June 27, 2001
Kenneth and Rosann Elder’s yard at 720 First Street is the Yard of the Week and even though several people have nominated it, Danny and I have admired this yard week after week because it is well maintained year round .