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Black Jack Battlefield gets fundraising boost
July 24, 2008

Let the fundraising begin.

Senior class left lasting memories
Off the Rim column
July 24, 2008
As the 2008 fall sports’ season approaches - too fast for my liking - dozens of Baldwin High School graduates are preparing for college athletics.
BHS grads headed to Shrine Bowl activities
July 24, 2008
Anthony Ciambrone was selected to the Kansas Shrine Bowl football game. Heather Garcia and Aaron Karlin were chosen to run in the Adidas 5-kilometer and 1-mile fun run that features 60 all-star cross country runners from around the state.
Fun-filled youth camps
July 24, 2008
Dozens of Baldwin City youths have been busy with summer camps during the past two weeks. They have been busy playing volleyball, basketball, soccer and football.
Wanted: talent for Vinland Fair
July 24, 2008
With the Vinland Fair quickly approaching, planners are already working to prepare for one of its popular events: the talent show. Baldwin City resident Matt Kirby is in charge of planning the talent show again this year, a position he has held for the past seven years.
Beins living in hog heaven
July 24, 2008
A year ago, the Beins family’s three little pigs took home an award for the Palmyra 4-H Club. One of those even earned a supreme award. Baldwin City’s Olivia Beins was honored with a Grand Champion Market Hog at the 2007 Douglas County Fair.
The time was right
Our View Editorial
July 24, 2008
After 150 years, we’re pleased to see that Baker University has said enough is enough and the city has joined in to say it’s OK to have a drink with that meal.
Vinland Fair nears; volunteers needed
July 24, 2008
The Vinland Fair will begin its second century with the Aug. 7, 8, and 9 programs at the fairgrounds north of the Vinland Elementary School.
Friend outlines BCRC’s status
July 24, 2008
During Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting, Steve Friend, the Baldwin City Recreation Commission’s director, announced his special report on this summer’s activities.
Downtown alcohol now reality
July 24, 2008
Restaurants in downtown will now be able to serve a complete line of alcohol after the Baldwin City Council approved rezoning the area on a 3-1 vote.