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July 2, 2003
Baldwin softball wins come-back
July 2, 2003
The Baldwin 15-and-under girls softball team meet up for the second time this season against Desoto 1 on Friday night, in a game delayed by lightning. The Baldwin girls, who lost the earlier matchup, clipped their opponent in the last inning 8-7 as time expired.
Baldwin Track Club qualifies a dozen for next stop tour
July 2, 2003
Two groups of Baldwin Track Club members attended different meets over the weekend and 12 advanced to the next level in the summer progression of events.
Skyhawks fall short in tournament play
July 2, 2003
There was no top-three finish for the Baldwin Skyhawks softball team for the first time this year at the Council Grove “Pride in America” KASA Softball tournament this weekend.
Tournament crown goes to Baldwin
July 2, 2003
Baldwin High School’s entry in the Gardner 7-on-7 football league wrapped up an unbeaten season Monday night to claim both the league and tournament titles.
Signal to add new feature
July 2, 2003
July will usher in a new feature in the Baldwin City Signal which will honor residents who make a difference in making the community what it is.
Letter to the editor
July 2, 2003
Death
July 2, 2003
Children to put on play
July 2, 2003
It’s the children’s turn now. After several Baldwin City Community Theatre productions with casts comprised of both adults and children, or sometimes just adults, the July 10 production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” will only be performed by children.
Fireworks display to be part of Fourth celebration
July 2, 2003
Donna Kneedler is hoping Baldwin residents will stay in town and celebrate the Fourth of July by watching this year’s Citizen’s for Baldwin City fireworks display.
City selects new administrator
July 2, 2003
Jeff Dingman is looking forward to returning to Baldwin. Dingman, who was in Baldwin a decade ago to attend college, will be returning as the new city administrator.
Leading the way
BHS grad selected as Kansas’ band drum major
July 2, 2003
Curtis Thomas won’t easily forget Tuesday. The 2003 Baldwin High School graduate led the International Lions Parade in Denver as the Kansas Lions International Band drum major. “This is probably the pinnacle of my music career,” he said. More than 750 bands from across the world marched in the parade, and the Kansas Lions International Band was chosen by the Lions International president to lead the way.
Thomas tickets still on sale
July 2, 2003
It’s not too late for Thomas fans to attend Day Out With Thomas this summer. Sales are steady, but Tim DeMott, event supervisor, said there are still tickets available for August’s event at Midland Railway featuring Thomas the Tank Engine.
A few short takes
July 2, 2003
DCABA teams win league title
July 2, 2003
Baldwin’s baseball future looks very bright, given the fact that two teams this summer walked away with the city’s first-ever Douglas County Amateur Baseball Association (DCABA) titles and one of them did it with an unbeaten record.
Baldwin in brief
July 2, 2003