Archive for Thursday, June 3, 2010

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Baldwin High boys at state track

Which community event are you most looking forward to attending in June?

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Battle of Black Jack anniversary
City-wide garage sale
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Community Theater
Thomas the Tank Engine
Art Walk
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Commuter forecast for June 3, 2010
June 3, 2010
The roads will be dry today as we get a break from the rain. The temperatures will be in the low 60s this morning and the sun should be shining.
Weiss improves times, places to lead BHS boys at state
June 3, 2010
WICHITA — Tony Weiss hit the track running … fast Friday morning at the state track and field meet. He continued running fast through Saturday afternoon. In fact, he ran his three fastest times in his trio of races during the weekend.
BHS girls’ squad ends meet with first-place relay
June 3, 2010
WICHITA — With a school record set Friday afternoon, Baldwin High School senior JaBryanna Wellington took the track here Saturday evening with one goal … a state championship. Less than five minutes later, she killed two birds with one stone. Wellington anchored the girls’ 1,600-meter relay to victory in the Class 4A race.
State track champions
Baldwin High girls, Zuzzio win first-ever title
June 3, 2010
WICHITA — Ted Zuzzio has been coaching Baldwin High School track and field twice as many years as many of his athletes have been alive. To be exact, Zuzzio just completed his 34th year at the helm. It was arguably his most accomplished season as the Bulldogs’ coach, as his girls’ team brought home the first-ever Class 4A girls’ state championship Saturday.
Bulldogs earn medals in six events at state meet
June 3, 2010
WICHITA — Katie Kehl may have broken her own shot put record once again, but Ramie Burkhart’s hurdle race might have been the most important event of the state track and field meet for the Baldwin High School girls’ team.
Battle of Black Jack reenactments set for Saturday
June 3, 2010
Around 50 times a year Thom Weik, Lawrence resident, steps outside his normal life in the 21st century and travels back 150 years to the time of the Civil War. Weik is a six-year veteran to Civil War re-enactments who travels all over the country to be a part of what he calls “living history.”
School record falls as 3,200 relay takes gold
June 3, 2010
WICHITA — Carol Whaley was more mentally prepared for this year’s state meet than she was a year ago as a freshman. Prior to last year’s 3,200-meter relay, Whaley’s nerves were at an all-time high. She went from being a junior varsity runner early in the season to a runner on one of the top relay teams in Class 4A.
E-waste to be included in city-wide cleanup June 12
June 3, 2010
Baldwin City residents have become accustomed to getting rid of tons of junk every June during the City-Wide Cleanup, but this year they’ll be able to do even more by getting rid of e-waste safely. The cleanup is set for June 12 and residents can bring all sorts of unwanted items to the power plant at 10th and Orange streets that day.
Jeopardy watch party is Monday
June 3, 2010
Baldwin City resident Becky Henderson will be on the game show Jeopardy Monday and a watch party is scheduled from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Lodge, 502 Ames.
Thomas the Tank Engine event returns to Baldwin City
June 3, 2010
There will be the standard fare for Thomas the Tank Engine’s two-weekend stay in Baldwin City that starts Friday. That includes plenty of people, possibly as many as 20,000.
Letters to the Editor
June 3, 2010
To the editor: This is regarding the group of people advocating to close the rural schools. We obtained a report from the Douglas County Courthouse that states the urban Baldwin City limit patrons pay a grand total of $30,858,321.00 in real estate, state assessed and personal property tax.
City-wide garage sale is Saturday
June 3, 2010
It’s that time again. The first weekend in June always means one thing in Baldwin City — City-Wide Garage Sale.