Archive for Thursday, June 18, 2009

Also from June 18

Events
Photos
Videos

All stories

First Art Walk set for tonight in downtown Baldwin City
03:59 p.m., June 18, 2009 Updated 11:18 a.m.
The Baldwin Community Arts Council will play host to its first Art Walk of the season from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday downtown.
Commuter Forecast for June 18, 2009
June 18, 2009
A little bit of road work on the north side of Topeka could slow you down, but other than that you should have a perfect commute with no fowl weather.
Local football camps starting in July
June 18, 2009
There will be three football camps this summer for local youths through high school age students. All three camps will be in July.
BHS cross country alumni run set for July 4
June 18, 2009
All former and current Baldwin High School cross country runners are invited to attend the third annual BHS alumni run.
BJHS hosting golf scramble on June 27
June 18, 2009
Baldwin Junior High School officials will be hosting a two-man golf scramble tourney at the Baldwin City Municipal Golf Course on June 27.
BHS girls’ basketball, volleyball camps run same week
June 18, 2009
High school summer camps have started in Baldwin City and it turns out holding two during one week can be strenuous, especially for those students who play on both teams.
Wrestling camp about to end two-week run
June 18, 2009
Area and local wrestlers have been keeping Baker University’s Collins Center busy during the past two weeks. More than 100 high school and junior high wrestlers have received instruction and teachings from experienced area coaches.
Neighbors: Myra Glover
June 18, 2009
Name: Myra Glover Occupation: Executive assistant in president’s office at Baker University Family: husband – Bill; adult sons – Chad- financial and investment advisor in Overland Park and Blake – assistant district attorney in Collin County, Texas, and his wife, Hailey – high school English teacher and actress.
Letters to the Editor
June 18, 2009
To the editor: Baldwin City has a strong tradition of supporting its library, and the Friends of the Baldwin City Library would like to thank the community for their continued support of the Citywide Garage Sale, an annual event that benefits everyone who uses the library.
Lumberyard improvements
June 18, 2009
Jim Niehoff, construction foreman for the Lumberyard Arts Center Project, was removing the steel beams this week used to jack the building up to allow a concrete floor to be poured. Work continues on Phase I of the project.
Fourth of July plan is taking shape
June 18, 2009
Baldwin City residents will once again be offered a variety of events for their Fourth of July celebration. Activities will start in the afternoon at the Baldwin City Municipal Pool.
Musical ends with largest audience ever
June 18, 2009
Record crowds and nice weather helped make “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” a success this summer. The Baldwin City Community Theater’s musical ended its two-week run with its largest audience ever.
Father’s Day weekend event set to roll with old, new attractions
June 18, 2009
Baldwin City’s annual Father’s Day weekend event is set to go with several modes of transportation in and around the town. On Saturday, the attractions will include cars, motorcycles, airplanes, trains, bicycles and even running.
Timed mile might inspire dedication to Bulldog Days
June 18, 2009
Well, it’s mid-June, so time for that “I’m going to get into shape” column for the summer. Each year around this time, I declare to my readers that I will begin my comeback toward being a competitive runner again.