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School board to consider baseball program at BHS
November 15, 2000
A group of parents, students and coaches attended Monday night’s school board meeting seeking a varsity and junior varsity baseball program at Baldwin High School this spring and requested to be on the board’s December agenda.
School Board in Brief
November 15, 2000
It’s a city council decision
November 15, 2000
Baker women split games
November 15, 2000
Baker men move record to 2-2
November 15, 2000
Ezell’s name is on ballot
November 15, 2000
Vernon “Monte” Ezell, Baldwin City Recreation Director, has been nominated by his peers in the Kansas Recreation and Parks Association (KRPA) to appear on the ballot to be elected as a Member at Large to represent eastern Kansas in association matters. The election will be held later this year with results posted in January at KRPA’s annual meeting.
Snow geese rest near Baldwin
November 15, 2000
Thousands of snow geese blanketed a field south of Baldwin, near LeLoup, for several days last week, a location flocks return to year after year.
Attune sings swing music for Habitat for Humanity
November 15, 2000
The musical group Attune, which is comprised of singers from Vinland and the surrounding areas, will perform with a 25-piece band from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at Free State High School, Lawrence.
Common questions, answers about proposed park
November 15, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
November 15, 2000
BES students cast votes
November 15, 2000
Three hundred and three Baldwin City Elementary School students participated in last week’s election by voting in the Kansas Student Mock Presidential Election program.
Plan to list school needs
November 15, 2000
Architects delivered a preliminary report of the district’s needs to the school board Monday night, with most of their concerns revolving around space and growth.
Boundaries become new district issue
November 15, 2000
Voters chose to retain the districts they elect board members from in last Tuesday’s election. However, the boundaries of those districts are likely to change in order to distribute the population more evenly and uphold the right of “one person, one vote.”
Century Farms’ span generations
November 15, 2000
The stone foundation of Fred and Margaret Clark’s home was built by hand, without the modern conveniences of machinery or electric power. The stones were quarried on site with the help of a team of horses, then chiseled and squared. A century later, the Clarks had to replace one of those walls and quickly appreciated the manual labor that went into building their foundation.
Trainer mends injuries
November 15, 2000
Cuts, scrapes, broken and fractured bones, bloody noses, dislocations, sprains and twists are all part of the game. In order to be successful in a sport, there are sacrifices. To help mend those sacrifices, there is Gary Stevanus, head athletic trainer at Baldwin High School.
Bowl-bound Baker wins big
November 15, 2000
Baker University made a statement Saturday with its 52-14 blasting of Missouri Valley in the regular-season finale at Liston Stadium. But, it won’t be the last one the Wildcats make this season.
Get involved with city issues
November 15, 2000