Archive for Thursday, June 11, 2009

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County, city staffs to address U.S. 56/Lawrence St. intersection
June 11, 2009
What started as a joint work session between the Douglas County Commission and Baldwin City officials turned into a major discussion regarding the safety of an intersection on U.S. Highway 56 where a new school is going to be built.
Commuter Forecast for June 11, 2009
June 11, 2009
There won’t be many delays from Lawrence to Topeka, but Topeka could be full of road work.
Neighbors: Kisa Nichols
June 11, 2009
Name: Kisa Nichols Occupation: Rainbow Experience Preschool Director
Bulldog Days
June 11, 2009
Baldwin City resident George McCrary is in his fifth year of organizing Bulldog Days with his family. The popularity of the summer workout program has increased each summer.
Summer camps coming to Baldwin City
June 11, 2009
Baldwin High School’s annual soccer camp will be coming near the end of June for those players interested in participating in the fall.
BHS finishes fourth in all-sports standings
June 11, 2009
A strong spring by Ottawa High School dropped Baldwin High down in the final Frontier League all-sports standings. Heading into the spring season, BHS sat alone in third place, behind Gardner-Edgerton and Paola.
Kaitlyn Barnes rewrites BJHS record book
June 11, 2009
In two years, Kaitlyn Barnes did her best to rewrite the Baldwin Junior High School track record board. She finished her remarkable career — 13 BJHS records, four Frontier League meet records and dozens of victories — in May with maybe her best meet.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles event adds new attractions
June 11, 2009
Planes, Trains and Automobiles organizers are trying to spice up the annual Father’s Day weekend celebration with a handful of new attractions. Whether it’s a pancake breakfast, vintage bicycle riding, running or arts and crafts you enjoy, you’ll have plenty to do in Baldwin City on June 20.
Tradition of Thomas keeps families coming back
June 11, 2009
Since moving from California to Kansas in 2007, Beck Rettenmaier has traveled to Baldwin City to visit his favorite cartoon train three times. Of course, at age 4, he can’t drive himself. His parents, Paul and Debra Rettenmaier, ride from Leawood as a family to see Thomas the Tank Engine.