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Deaths
June 3, 2004
Baldwin in brief
June 3, 2004
Speed believed to be factor in wreck
5 Baldwin teenagers sent to hospital
June 3, 2004
Excessive speed is believed to be the reason five Baldwin teenagers hit a tree last week, sending all five to the hospital.
Baldwin boy reunited with biological family
New York TV talk show helps bring triplets together
June 3, 2004
Last week proved to be a week of firsts for Jacob Burke. It was the first time he had ever been to New York, the first time he had ever appeared on a TV talk show and probably most importantly, it was the first time the 11-year-old Baldwin boy remembers meeting his biological mother, brother and sister. “It was awesome, exciting, wonderful and surprising,” Jacob said of the reunion. “And nervous, because I didn’t know how they’d react. I didn’t know how I’d react.”
County OKs business park partnership with Baldwin
June 3, 2004
Douglas County commissioners gave Baldwin what it was looking for last week when they agreed to invest nearly $275,000 in the city’s business park.
Black Jack site preservation plan unveiled
Battlefield to include historical displays, visitors center, recreational opportunities
June 3, 2004
Brenda Day couldn’t be more excited about plans to turn the Black Jack Battlefield into an educational park. In fact, Day considers the plans developed by the Black Jack Battlefield Trust a dream come true.
Sports line
June 3, 2004
War raging, lots of orange cats and gas
June 3, 2004
Baker sports roundup
June 3, 2004
Miles ahead of the pack
BHS sprinter gains second Class 4A 400 title by giving it ‘all I had’
June 3, 2004
Senior Rachel Miles’ victory in the 400-meter dash capped off an eventful weekend for the Baldwin High track teams, which qualified athletes in 16 separate events for the state meet at Wichita State University.
Effort on to refurbish hallowed hardwood floor
June 3, 2004
Sprucing up the basketball floor in the Frontier League’s top-rated gym is the aim of a group of sports-minded Baldwin residents.