Archive for Thursday, June 26, 2008

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KDOT delays start of U.S. 56 repaving work until Monday
June 26, 2008

U.S. Highway 56 commuters heading east got a reprieve from repaving delays, but it won’t last long.

School board to let voters decide
Our View Editorial
June 26, 2008
With the Baldwin School Board’s official stamp of approval on the $22.9 million bond issue Monday night, it’s now up to school district voters to make the final decision.
First load of wheat cut west of Baldwin City
June 26, 2008
Monday morning saw the first load of wheat brought to the Baldwin Feed Co. elevator. Leonard Heffner, who farms west of Baldwin City, was first in line with what could be a lucrative crop this year.
Fourth of July plans set
June 26, 2008
Fourth of July festivities are just around the corner for Baldwin City. The annual fireworks display at the ball fields near Baldwin High School are the main event, as usual, but there’s more.
Weather doesn’t dampen show
June 26, 2008
Dorothy may have traveled outside of Kansas to the imaginary land of Oz, but Mother Nature reminded everyone where we live.
Bulldogs earn winning records at camps
June 26, 2008
Team bonding and winning records helped make a pair of team camps enjoyable for the Baldwin High School basketball teams over the weekend.
Brown teaches youth as role model
June 26, 2008
If Emily Brown’s legacy at Baldwin High School was ever in jeopardy, she helped cement her mark last week. For the second straight summer, the 2004 BHS graduate hosted a weeklong volleyball camp at her alma mater.
Board makes bond official
June 26, 2008
A November bond issue election for the Baldwin School District was officially approved Monday night. The vote was unanimous, 6-0, to approve the bond resolution.
Wrestling camps keep BHS coach busy
June 26, 2008
Kit Harris has barely left the Collins Center during the past 10 days. Nearly two weeks worth of wrestling camps have kept him busy since June 17.
Woodcarvers flock to Baker campus
June 26, 2008
Woodcarvers from across the nation flocked to Baldwin City last week as the Kaw Valley Woodcarver’s Association hosted its annual seminar at Baker University.