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Another award to Harris
June 18, 2003
Baker University Athletic Director Dan Harris has received 2003 Athletic Director of the Year honors from the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.
Bike races invade Baldwin City
June 18, 2003
There was a new view of bicycle racing in Baldwin City over the weekend and there was the similar sights out in the country when the bike racers went long distance out through the Vinland area and back.
Should have know that was a lucky tooth
June 18, 2003
Get involved with community project
June 18, 2003
Death
June 18, 2003
Help available for downtown improvements
June 18, 2003
Baldwin doesn’t have to improve its downtown or revitalize the community alone. Marilyn Graham said assistance can be provided if the town wants to make improvements.
First Art Walk set for Friday
June 18, 2003
Star Novak thinks Friday’s Art Walk will be a good chance for the Baldwin community to visit with some of the local artists. “It’s a great opportunity for art patrons and the general public to socialize and actually meet with artists and take in a lot of artwork,” Novak said. “It’s a good chance to meet a creative group of people living here.”
Water tower to begin filling
June 18, 2003
Bill Winegar said Baldwin residents should be seeing an increase in water pressure as early as Thursday. Winegar, assistant utility director, said the city will begin filling the new water tower on the west side of Baldwin today.
Cub Scouts attend week-long camp
June 18, 2003
Austin Kraus’ first time at Cub Scout Day Camp was a week he won’t be forgetting soon. “I’ve had a good time this week,” 8-year-old Kraus said. “It’s been a lot of fun.” Austin, and nearly 60 other Baldwin Cub Scouts, joined around 300 other Douglas County Cub Scouts at the Douglas County Fairgrounds last week for the annual day camp. This year’s theme was “The Adventures of Cub Man.” The four Baldwin Cub Scout packs attended five super-hero themed activities a day, such as making power bead bracelets and capes and drawing comic books. Other activities also included archery, cooking and science experiments.
Business park in town’s near future
June 18, 2003
The first step in building a business or industrial park in Baldwin is underway. The Baldwin City Council approved in a 4-0 vote at Monday’s meeting a real estate contract and option agreement for 42 acres of land northwest of Baldwin. Council Member Amy Cleavinger was absent from Monday’s meeting.
Police officer placed on leave
BCPD does background check
June 18, 2003
A Baldwin City police officer has been placed on leave indefinitely and his attorney, Dennis Hawver, isn’t too pleased.
Baldwin softball team wins another
June 18, 2003
The Baldwin 15-and-under girls softball team sponsored by Baldwin Junction Veterinary Clinic walked its way to a victory over Spring Hill Friday night, winning 18-4.
BHS 7-on-7 team remains unbeaten
June 18, 2003
The fourth-annual Baldwin Youth Football Camp will be the first of several camps designed to improve skills this summer.
Letters to the editor
June 18, 2003
Baldwin in brief
June 18, 2003
Wrestling camp underway at Baker
June 18, 2003
Olympic gold and silver medalist and NCAA champion Kenny Monday was the featured clinician at the Shawn Charles Championship Wrestling Camp on Tuesday for the morning and afternoon) sessions.