Archive for Thursday, June 24, 2010

Also from June 24

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Polls

What is your favorite way to beat the heat?

Response Percent
Stay inside and crank up the air conditioner
 
51%
Have a cold beverage
 
31%
Go to the pool
 
11%
Eat ice cream
 
4%
Go to the movies
 
2%
Total 45
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Celebrating a century of fire fighting
June 24, 2010
In 1910, the Baldwin City Volunteer Fire Department was chartered. On Sunday, that century of fire fighting will be honored with an open house at the fire station from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The 23 firefighters who comprise the department in 2010 will be giving tours of the station and equipment.
City council talk turns to business park again
June 24, 2010
First steps toward creating a possible business park were taken off the back burner and addressed at Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting. Over the years, there have been several proposed sites for such a park and the city has invested in land for them, only to let the options expire.
Baldwin City is first on board for U.S. 56 agreement
June 24, 2010
The Baldwin City Council was the first governing body to approve an interlocal cooperation agreement for the U.S. Highway 56 Corridor Management Plan at Monday’s meeting.
BHS football players busy during June
June 24, 2010
Mike Berg is keeping his Baldwin High School football players busy this summer with weight lifting, practice and 7-on-7 scrimmages. For the past three weeks, the Bulldogs have traveled to Bonner Springs for their annual 7-on-7 summer passing league.
Bulldogs enjoy camp, summer league
June 24, 2010
After his annual team camp and three weeks at Baker University’s summer league, Bob Martin is happy with the progress of his Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team. Like most coaches, Martin uses the summer to keep his players on the court when possible to improve their individual skills, as well as the team chemistry.
Twombly named 2010 BHS female senior athlete of the year
June 24, 2010
Three years ago, Connor Twombly was faced with a difficult decision to make heading into her sophomore year at Baldwin High School. Does she continue playing volleyball? It’s the sport she was used to playing in the fall and she had a chance to make varsity as a sophomore. Or does she try cross country? To her, it would be a new experience and a lot of running.
Seussical the Musical thrills first-weekend crowds
June 24, 2010
Four shows down and three to go for Seussical the Musical. Tonight will begin the final three shows for Baldwin City Community Theater’s summer musical. The final three shows will begin at 8 p.m. tonight through Saturday.