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Motivation finally hits home
Off the Rim column
June 12, 2008
Well, I think it’s finally official. After a couple of years of false hope, I think I might be on the right track. This summer might just be the one that breaks the mold.
Bulldog Days nears century mark
June 12, 2008
This summer marks the fourth year for Bulldog Days, an exercise program based off Lawrence’s Red Dog Days. Once again, the McCrary family is running the show and leading hundreds of Baldwin City area residents every night of the week and even a few mornings each week.
College coaches highlight camp
June 12, 2008
Eric Toot was able to sit back and watch his players learn last week. During his own boys’ basketball camp, the Baldwin High School coach enjoyed a little extra time to evaluate his players.
Homicide suspect’s trial is scheduled for June 23
June 12, 2008
A trial in juvenile court has been set for later this month for a Lawrence teenager charged with two counts of murder, crimes his mother and a neighbor say the boy didn’t commit.
All-aboard again for Thomas
June 12, 2008
Hundreds of children visited their favorite cartoon train here last weekend and thousands more are expected here during the next three days.
Primary election lineup set for county races
June 12, 2008
Douglas County voters will elect a new majority to the Douglas County Commission this fall, while other holders of countywide elective offices appear poised to return to the Douglas County Courthouse for second terms.
Father’s Day weekend event kicks off Friday
June 12, 2008
Beginning Friday night and heading through Saturday, the annual Planes, Trains and Automobiles will be taking center stage in downtown Baldwin City. The event has become a Father’s Day weekend tradition.
June Art Walk tonight
01:00 a.m., June 12, 2008 Updated 01:00 a.m.
Another Wednesday Art Walk is going to be tried by the Baldwin Community Arts Council.
Baker mourns loss of recent graduate
June 12, 2008
The Baker University campus is mourning the loss of recent Baker graduate Jeremy Frye, who died Tuesday, June 10, in Olathe after being hospitalized nearly two months as he battled cancer.