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BHS adjusts to new 7-on-7 rules
June 22, 2006
DE SOTO — New rules and a new location are the highlights of the 7-on-7 summer passing league that began here Monday. Members of the Baldwin High School football team are glad to finally be playing some football. “It kind of sets off the football season and gets us in the swing of things,” senior Blake Wieden said. “It helps with our passing.”
Warm Wisconsin welcome
June 22, 2006
Not too many people are fortunate enough to begin their summer at a National Football League camp. However, Mike Grossner is. The Baker University head football coach spent seven days visiting his friend and NFL head coach Mike McCarthy in Green Bay, Wisc. “Mike McCarthy invited me up to spend some time there,” Grossner said. “He said come on up and spend a week up here during their mini camp.”
Thunderstorms send Relay participants packing
June 22, 2006
As thunderstorms rolled into the area Friday night, the Relay For Life campers began moving out of Baldwin High School and back home.
Tickets a ticklish parking problem
June 22, 2006
Lack of parking at the Baldwin City Municipal Pool raised its ugly head again at Monday’s city council meeting. Joy Lam told council members she was upset that her daughter received a ticket for parking on Fremont Street near the pool when she was here for Memorial Day.
Father’s Day Flair
June 22, 2006
Children were the focus of this year’s Planes, Trains and Automobiles event, as they were seen flying at Vinland, riding the train or reading essays downtown. The third-annual event brought many children to Baldwin City. On Saturday morning, Vinland Airport was offering free airplane rides for children ages eight to 17. This was a big hit, according to Rita Madl, co-organizer of the event. “I heard many moving stories from parents about their children flying down at Vinland,” Madl said. “They would fly down there and then come downtown and tell us about it. It was nice to hear those stories.”
Deborah “Misty” Gerner
June 22, 2006
Zachary Taylor Guy
June 22, 2006
Donald L. Bone
June 22, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
June 22, 2006
James E. McKenna
June 22, 2006
Local residents join LMH efforts
June 22, 2006
Residents of Baldwin City embrace the benefits of living in a small town; low crime, less traffic, less commotion, and everybody knows your name. But an added benefit of Baldwin City is its close proximity to Lawrence, which provides big-city services, the most important of which includes hospital care.
Letters to the Editor
June 22, 2006