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Local girl has tie with Dream Factory
July 3, 2008
Since childhood, Jennifer Goff, a Baldwin City native, had dreamt of one thing: owning llamas. “I just thought they were pretty neat animals and pretty sociable,” Goff said.
Fun Fourth of July just ahead
01:00 a.m., July 3, 2008 Updated 03:14 a.m.
Baldwin City will be ringing in the holiday with its usual array of flags, swimming, free hot dogs and, of course, fireworks. A Fourth of July celebration wouldn’t be the same without a fireworks show.
Fireworks safety is important
July 3, 2008
Baldwin City Police Chief Police Mike McKenna wants everyone to enjoy the Fourth of July. But, he also wants everyone around the next day.
Police arrest four Saturday
Baldwin City police repot
July 3, 2008
Baldwin City police got an early start on Fourth of July type offenses over the weekend.
Have a happy Fourth
Our View Editorial
July 3, 2008
Baldwin City has a long history of celebrating the Fourth of July right. With the return of the fireworks display several years ago, that is even more true.
Pastime remains as time passes by
Off the Rim column
July 3, 2008
It’s time to celebrate America today, tomorrow and this weekend. The boys of summer are in full swing and they’ve been that way for months now. As America goes, so does its pastime.
New BHS soccer regime
July 3, 2008
Matt McCune has officially taken over the reigns of his alma mater’s soccer program and so far he’s a success. Baldwin High School’s new soccer coach has only spent five days with the majority of his players, but most everyone enjoyed the time spent together.
Brown to compete for spot in Beijing
July 3, 2008
Eric Brown will be competing in the 2008 U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., on Friday.