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Reception set for new superintendent
July 6, 2006
The Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce will host a meet and greet with special guest Paul Dorathy, the new Baldwin School District superintendent on July 13 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Lodge.
Ice cream social scheduled to welcome president
July 6, 2006
Baldwin City and area residents are invited to meet new Baker University president Pat Long at an ice cream social Friday at Hartley Plaza south of Harter Union on the Baker campus.
Speed trap may be on its last lap
July 6, 2006
If all goes as planned, all those tickets written for doing 30 mph down Sixth Street will come to an end.
Show goes on…despite old plan
July 6, 2006
Hundreds of people filled the Baldwin High School parking lot and Baldwin City ball fields to watch the annual fireworks display Tuesday night. The Fourth of July celebration was canceled last week, until it was revived Thursday afternoon. Then the residents of Baldwin City came forth to make the event possible.
Golf scramble collects $750 for uniforms
July 6, 2006
Many local golfers took to the course early Saturday morning to help raise money for girls’ track uniforms in the district. After all 16 people had finished their nine holes at the Baldwin City Municipal Golf Course, approximately $750 was raised toward new uniforms.
Around the world experience
July 6, 2006
Baldwin City native Chloe Jones lived out a tennis dream on June 30, playing on the lush green grass courts of Wimbledon.
City saves Fourth of July
July 6, 2006
Yes, Virginia, there is a Fourth of July. “Exactly,” said Donna Kneedler, president of the Citizens for Baldwin City who saw a disastrous Fourth of July turn into a spectacular after it was announced there wouldn’t be a fireworks display this year. “I am amazed how people have rallied together.” Because of a lack of volunteers, and therefore funding, CFBC decided to cancel this year’s fireworks show north of Baldwin High School. The public outcry dictated otherwise. The warm and fuzzy feeling was everywhere. “Oh, it was,” said Kneedler. “Everyone just jumped together. People came up and gave me $20, $40. I am overwhelmed.
Column: Holiday weekend offers more than fireworks
July 6, 2006
Although the Fourth of July and its preceding weekend are great times to shoot fireworks, I have become more partial to playing strange lawn games and water sports with family and friends.
Merle Eugene Ingle
July 6, 2006
Community can be proud of Fourth
July 6, 2006
Letters to the Editor
July 6, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
July 6, 2006