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It’s play time again for BCCT group
June 16, 2005
Due to an unhappy curse, King Sextimus is unable to speak. Meanwhile, his terror of a wife, Queen Aggravian, has taken over control of the kingdom. Most importantly, in an attempt to keep Prince Dauntless single, she has decreed that only the princess that can pass her test may marry her son. Further, no one else in the kingdom may marry until Prince Dauntless does.
It’s time to listen at BHS
June 16, 2005
Don’t listen to the administrators, teachers or coaches at Baldwin High School about problems with drugs and alcohol at the school. But, please, listen to the BHS students themselves.
Police News
June 16, 2005
Two Baldwin City men were arrested Monday afternoon and have been issued notices to appear in Baldwin Municipal Court to face assault and battery charges.
Deaths
June 16, 2005
Here’s another cat tale
June 16, 2005
Does anyone need a kitten? Right now, I’m the clearinghouse for some 20-odd fur balls. I’m sure I have the one you’re looking for in stock.
Vietnam Memorial Wall replica coming to KC
June 16, 2005
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Dignity Memorial’ network provider Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens is proud to announce the arrival of the Dignity Memorial’ Vietnam Wall Experience Tuesday.
Baldwin hosts MS Golf Tournament
June 16, 2005
Rain delayed but did not stop the first ever Baldwin MS Golf Tournament from taking place Saturday at the Baldwin City Golf Course.
Column: Tecmo Bowl used to be the king
June 16, 2005
As I sat and played a recently purchased boxing video game, I was amazed at how realistic it was, and it got me thinking about how sports video games have changed over the years.
Bulldogs begin summer training
June 16, 2005
Summer isn’t officially here, but it is for Baldwin High School athletes, as they begin training and playing in camps to get themselves ready for the fall season.
Frontier Farm Credit to set up at Junction
June 16, 2005
A ground-breaking ceremony June 1 was the latest step for Frontier Farm Credit to combine its Lawrence and Ottawa facilities into a single location.
Canadian scam comes to Baldwin
June 16, 2005
Although television news magazines have been warning the country about scams out of Canada, few think about that happening right here in Baldwin City. Well, it can and has — almost.
BCAC’s Art Walk to start it all
June 16, 2005
It’s that time of year again. Art takes over downtown Baldwin City, even if it’s just for a night.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles coming to Baldwin
June 16, 2005
This year’s Planes, Trains and Automobiles festival in Baldwin City is expected to be a bigger and better version.
BHS student survey details drug, alcohol usage
June 16, 2005
Editor’s note: A recent survey conducted at Baldwin High School regarding drug and alcohol usage and opinions on a proposed drug testing program was completed by 275 students. Their answers are included here.
Survey shines light on BHS drug, alcohol usage
June 16, 2005
A drug and alcohol survey given to Baldwin High School students made news June 13 on a Kansas City news station and the school board meeting.
Baldwin Briefs
June 16, 2005
Baker hosts Kansas Lions State Band camp
June 16, 2005
If you heard music in the air last week, it likely was coming from Baker University, the site of the 2005 Kansas Lions State Band Camp.
Thomas set to roll into town again
June 16, 2005
Thomas the Tank Engine will be returning to Baldwin City, but this year it will be celebrating its 60th anniversary as it rolls into town for two weekends in July.
Principals’ contracts aren’t extended
June 16, 2005
A vote not to extend all principals’ contracts was one of the many decisions the Baldwin School Board made after an executive session during Monday’s meeting.
Survey shines light on BHS
June 16, 2005
A drug and alcohol survey given to Baldwin High School students was making news Monday on a Kansas City news station and the school board meeting. On Monday afternoon, WDAF Channel 4 reporter Tom Gauer came to Baldwin to interview BHS trainer Gary Stevanus and BHS teacher and coach Kit Harris about the drug testing issue and the student survey. Students were also interviewed.