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BHS releases football schedule
July 30, 2003
The 2003 Baldwin High School football schedule has been announced and it includes five home games and four on the road.
Baldwin 7-8 All-Stars place second
July 30, 2003
Eleven boys representing the Baldwin recreation coach pitch teams traveled to Wellsville July 17-19 for the “Coach Pitch Showdown” 7-8-year-old all-star tournament.
BHS volleyball turns in top performance
July 30, 2003
Playing against the toughest competition in the state in a summer tournament proved beneficial to the Baldwin High School volleyball team over the weekend.
New flair for BHS football camp
July 30, 2003
There were 60 Baldwin High School football players out for last week’s camp conducted by coach Mike Berg. But, there were seven other BHS alumni there, too, which made a big difference.
Letter to the editor
July 30, 2003
Death
July 30, 2003
Emergency fund assists community
July 30, 2003
For 20 years, the Baldwin Community Emergency Fund has assisted those who have needed help in the community. Today, after 20 years of helping the community, nothing has changed. The Community Emergency Fund Board of Directors wants the Baldwin-area community to be aware assistance is still available.
Improvements being made to U.S. 56 cause delays
July 30, 2003
Those driving along U.S. Highway 56 in front of the new elementary school will more than likely have to sit in construction for awhile.
Thomas rumbles back to Baldwin
July 30, 2003
It’s not too late to get tickets for a ride on Thomas. Tickets are still available for this weekend’s Day Out With Thomas at Midland Railway featuring Thomas the Tank Engine.
A 4-H life
Palmyra 4-H’er completes final year at fair
July 30, 2003
This week marks Katy Taul’s 12th and final Douglas County 4-H Fair — at least as a 4-H’er. “I’m really going to miss it next year,” Taul said. The 18-year-old Palmyra 4-H club member has been a part of 4-H for 12 years participating in everything from dairy and food projects to 4-H camp and National 4-H Congress. “4-H has given me many opportunities I would not have been able to do,” she said. This week, as she enters her dairy, food and horticulture projects, among others, in the annual fair at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Lawrence, she knows it will be for the final time as a 4-H’er. Next year she will be too old to remain in the organization.
All about weather and more
July 30, 2003
Baldwin in brief
July 30, 2003
Baldwin to see lower mill levy next year
July 30, 2003
Baldwin residents can expect to see a lower mill levy next year. The mill levy is currently set at 36.574 for the 2004 fiscal year, down 1.857 mills from 2003.