Archive for Thursday, June 19, 2008

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Preparing for Friday nights
June 19, 2008
A run deep into the state playoffs might not have satisfied the Baldwin High School football team. It might have just fueled the fire for success.
County voters can register online
June 19, 2008
Douglas County is making it easier to register to vote. No longer do you have to mail or personally drop off a registration form at the county clerk’s office. You can do it by fax or by sending a document file by e-mail.
Community counts
Our View Editorial
June 19, 2008
Baldwin City Councilman Tony Brown brought up two non-agenda items at Monday’s meeting that probably would work out together should a tornado or other natural disaster strike here.
Prepared for disaster?
June 19, 2008
Is Baldwin City prepared for a natural disaster, such as the vast amounts of tornadoes that have hit all over Kansas this year? Tony Brown doesn’t think so.
Gas prices attract local fans to Thomas
June 19, 2008
As gasoline prices hover around $4 per gallon, families are searching for local hot spots to take their children to for summer vacations.
Father’s Day festivities
June 19, 2008
Rusty Bruns and his sons helped Baldwin City ring in the Father’s Day weekend. On Saturday, they entered in the classic car show at the Planes, Trains and Automobiles event.
Camp helps Bulldogs at Baker league
June 19, 2008
As far as summer camps go, Bob Martin’s are pretty traditional, but that’s how he likes it. He tries to keep his simple and to the point, while incorporating some fun and entertainment into the mix.
Jayhawks’ title success rolls over to NBA
Off the Rim column
June 19, 2008
It just keeps getting better to be a Jayhawk fan in 2008. First, there was the 12-1 football season that ended in an Orange Bowl victory.
Wonderful wizard ready to make its run
June 19, 2008
Flying monkeys and munchkins will soon be coming to downtown as the Baldwin City Community Theater puts on a performance of “The Wizard of Oz.”
Local teen headed to D.C.
June 19, 2008
High school student Casey Bear has had a life-long interest in history. Her career goal is to become a high school history teacher and pass on knowledge of historical events to younger generations.