Archive for Thursday, July 14, 2011

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Have you ever attended a summer Art Walk event in Baldwin City?

Response Percent
No
 
71%
Yes
 
28%
Total 53

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American Royal seeks patriotic singers
July 14, 2011
Officials with the American Royal in Kansas City, Mo., are seeking area singers to perform the national anthem during the American Royal Fall Festival of Events, going on over the months of September, October and November.
After closing in Lawrence, Penny Annie’s to open in downtown Eudora
10:05 a.m., July 14, 2011 Updated 10:22 a.m.
Penny Annie’s, which closed its location at 845 Mass. in Lawrence, is heading to downtown Eudora.
Baker’s AD Yetmar receives national administrator award
July 14, 2011
Baker University Athletic Director Theresa Yetmar is only seven months into her role as athletic director, but has known the workings of the Baker athletic department for much longer.
Kite Video food drive to benefit community food pantry
July 14, 2011
For the third straight year, Kite Video is hosting a food drive to aid the Community Food Pantry. Owners Ed and Joanne Kite are trying to fill the window of their store, which is located at 718 Eighth Street in downtown Baldwin City. The food drive begins Monday and ends July 31.
Art Walk offers chance to cool down Friday evening
July 14, 2011
Cupcakes, ice cream and a surprise. Oh my. Baldwin City residents can beat the heat Friday evening with a cool treat or decorate a winning cupcake at the July Art Walk. The Baldwin Community Arts Council event will be from 7-9 p.m. in downtown Baldwin City.
Broadway at Baker campers prepare for musical with intense week
July 14, 2011
Forty-seven campers came Sunday to Rice Auditorium on the Baker University Baldwin City campus for the Broadway at Baker camp not knowing the role they would have in the camp’s musical production. The following Sunday, those campers will have learned and memorized every second of the show and will perform it after a week of preparation.
USD 348 budget approved for publication by board of education with slight mill levy decrease
July 14, 2011
On Monday, the USD 348 Board of Education approved for publication the district’s 2011-2012 budget, but final approval will follow a public hearing next month.
School board rejects latest plan for storage facility; Annual business items approved Monday night
July 14, 2011
A change in school board members and new less expensive plans didn’t add up to approval for the construction of a storage facility at the new ball field complex.
City council narrows administrator search
July 14, 2011
The Baldwin City Council has narrowed down a field of more than 50 applicants and could be close to finding a successor for former Baldwin City Administrator Jeff Dingman.
BHS wrestlers, coach experience U.S. Olympic Training Center camp
July 14, 2011
Kit Harris joined a trio of his Baldwin High School wrestlers for a week of top-notch learning in scenic Colorado Springs, Colo. Harris and the wrestlers returned Sunday from their stay at a camp, which was held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
BHS volleyball players improving during summer workouts
July 14, 2011
With the final days of summer workouts and its team camp beginning today, the Baldwin High School volleyball team has endured a successful summer, according to coach Kelly Brown. Since the school year ended in late May, the Bulldogs have been busy playing volleyball at least twice a week, while juggling other sports and camps, such as basketball and softball.
Bulldogs endure heat during opening days of annual camp
July 14, 2011
Mike Berg is trying his best to find the coolest time of the day for his annual Baldwin High School football team camp, but it’s been difficult during this heat wave.
NWS warns: Weekend will be hot
July 14, 2011
Temperatures during the weekend heat watch could reach as high as 100 degrees. Factoring in humidity, heat indices will be between 105 and 110 degrees.
Higher food costs: Increases attributed to higher demand
July 14, 2011
Sean Fox, a professor of agricultural economics at Kansas State University, answers questions about rising food prices around the globe.