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Bulldog Days learns from Lawrence
June 30, 2005
After attending a few Red Dogs Dog Days in Lawrence, Baldwin City’s George McCrary got together with other Baldwin residents and created Bulldog Days.
Deaths
June 30, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
June 30, 2005
KDOT U.S. 59 meeting is set of July 7
June 30, 2005
The Kansas Department of Transportation will hold a public information open house from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday, July 7, at the Baldwin City High School cafeteria.
Family, friends still coping with Bateson’s death
June 30, 2005
Kenny Bateson used to share his music room with his daughter, Krystal. She would work on the computer while he strummed on his guitar. One night Kenny played a song that caught Krystal’s ear. Krystal had said that she wanted to learn how to play the guitar.
BTK finally comes clean
June 30, 2005
When Dennis Rader plead guilty to 10 counts of murder in Wichita’s infamous BTK case Monday, Baldwin City Police Chief Mike McKenna wasn’t surprised, but wished he’d have known.
Holiday plans include fireworks, flags and fun
June 30, 2005
Despite a few funding problems, the Citizens for Baldwin City will once again be sponsoring a Fourth of July celebration that includes games, food and, of course, fireworks for all on Monday. This year will mark the sixth straight year for CFBC to sponsor the Independence Day celebration. Donna Kneedler, fireworks committee co-chair, said fundraising efforts haven’t gone smoothly thus far.
Camp brings wrestling heroes
June 30, 2005
An Olympic champion and a four-time NCAA Division I All-American are helping Baldwin High School wrestling coach Kit Harris with the Team Champions Wrestling Camp this week.
Willow Springs money missing
June 30, 2005
The FBI is looking into “accounting irregularities” within the Willow Springs Township, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed on Tuesday.
Baldwin’s news isn’t always ‘fun’
June 30, 2005