Archive for Thursday, July 21, 2011

Also from July 21

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Polls

Have you seen a movie in the theater this summer?

Response Percent
Yes
 
67%
No
 
25%
No, but planning to soon
 
7%
Total 28

All stories

Leadership changes coming to Fort Leavenworth
July 21, 2011
Fort Leavenworth is losing its top commander to the peacekeeping mission in Iraq while his replacement is set to arrive from Colorado.
Willie Nelson to be inducted into the Ag Hall of Fame
July 21, 2011
The face of country music legend Willie Nelson will soon grace the wall of the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame.
City council approves publication of budget with 0.724 mill levy increase
July 21, 2011
Baldwin City will be increasing its mill levy for 2012, but it will by less than 1mill. The a proposed 2012 budget the Baldwin City Council unanimously approved Monday for publication would increase the mill levy 2.23 percent from 32.416 to 33.140 mills.
American Legion baseball keeps improving during summer contests
July 21, 2011
As the summer baseball season winds down, coach Brian Turk likes the progress that his players have made from the high school spring season to the busy summer season.
Baker women’s basketball coach announces recruit signings
July 21, 2011
New Baker University head women’s basketball coach Ben Lister has been busy this summer, announcing on Tuesday the signing of nine student-athletes for the fall season.
U.S. Women’s World Cup gave us reason to like soccer
July 21, 2011
One of the most important moments in American women’s sports came with a result that wasn’t expected and in a sport that has fought to make it into the limelight.
Washburn coach helps BHS, SFT volleyball players at camp
July 21, 2011
Kelly Brown made a major change to her annual Baldwin High School summer volleyball camp. After four long days of volleyball and watching a collegiate coach work with her players, Brown could have been more pleased with her decision.
Pest management needed as summer heat brings out bugs
July 21, 2011
Summer is synonymous with hot weather, snow cones, swimming — and bugs. Yep, those creepy, crawly insects enjoy the outdoors this time of year as much as we do.
LAC exhibit features art from Baldwin City homes
July 21, 2011
Those curious about what art their Baldwin City neighbors have in their homes can get a hint with a visit in the coming weeks of the latest show at the Lumberyard Arts Center.
BHS graduate Thomas learning in halls of Congress
July 21, 2011
Some students decide to take the summer off after graduating from high school and relax before embarking on college life. Colin Thomas is not following in those footsteps by spending the summer on the couch.
Kazoos, cupcakes thrill Art Walk visitors
July 21, 2011
Baldwin City Mayor Ken Wagner couldn’t recall the last time he played a kazoo before Friday evening’s Art Walk. However, once he listened to Sen. Tom Holland and about 100 Baldwin City residents play the children’s musical instrument, his memory came back.