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Freshmen fall to Eudora
October 18, 2000
Despite the Bulldogs improvement over the season, the freshmen football team fell short to Eudora 14-8.
Time works against Bulldogs
October 18, 2000
A late rally by the junior varsity football Bulldogs wasn’t enough to stop the Paola Panthers from handing them their third straight loss of the season.
Volleyball team ready for sub-state
October 18, 2000
It’s a whole new season. Baldwin High School varsity volleyball is back in action Saturday where the Bulldogs will be competing in the sub-state competition in Burlington. And regardless of the season’s progress, it is a whole new season with every team having a fair shot at qualifying for state.
Baker dirty, but unbeaten
October 18, 2000
There was just enough lightning to make it interesting and enough rain to cause a good-old fashioned mud bowl Saturday as the Baker University Wildcats sloshed and pounded their way to a 43-19 victory over Culver-Stockton.
BHS girls take fourth straight league title
October 18, 2000
Once again the Baldwin High School girls cross country team has stepped up and shown up all the other teams from the Frontier League.
BHS boys cruise to fifth league crown
October 18, 2000
Continuing its great season, the Baldwin High School boys cross country team won its fifth straight Frontier League title at Rim Rock Thursday.
Art Affair offers photo exhibit
October 18, 2000
Mary Garvin, Melinda Hipple and Shakura Jackson will exhibit works from a joint project they call “Three Visions” at the Art Affair Gallery. The opening reception is from 7-9 p.m. Friday.
Baker to honor distinguished citizens
October 18, 2000
Three prominent Kansas Citians will be honored as Distinguished Citizens for Public Service at Baker University’s 28th Annual Awards Banquet on Friday, Oct. 27, at the Fairmont Kansas City on the Plaza.
Hunting dog knows it’s time
October 18, 2000
Pharmacy chooses downtown location
October 18, 2000
A new business is slated to open in downtown Baldwin City on Nov. 1. The Barker Family Pharmacy will be located at 816 High Street, the former location of the Rebekah Lodge.
Chamber plans year of projects
October 18, 2000
Existing and new projects are on the “to do” list of the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
City puts muffler on noise
October 18, 2000
The Baldwin City Council approved a noise ordinance Monday night following months of discussing the issue.
Baker University Sports Roundup
October 18, 2000
Panthers hand Bulldogs second straight loss
October 18, 2000
PAOLA For the second week in a row, Baldwin High got its Dawgs kicked around. This time the Paola Panthers provided the punishment with a 36-12 victory here Friday.
Tennis teams medal at state
October 18, 2000
Baldwin High School’s action-packed doubles team slammed into Topeka and came home with a third-place medals over the weekend at the Class 4A State tennis meet. Senior Suzie Weege and sophomore Holly Oakleaf battled through a rainstorm and rain postponement and ended their season with an impressive 31-4 record.
Baldwin City administrator explains park
October 18, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
October 18, 2000
Halt put on future subdivisions
October 18, 2000
A moratorium on future subdivisions in Baldwin has been set by the City Council, but city officials don’t expect that to have much of an effect on the current building market.
Festival gives back to community
October 18, 2000
While the Maple Leaf Festival is only a two-day event, its impact lingers 365 days a year. Each year money raised during the festival is used to support numerous local groups and organizations. This year’s festival, which is set for Saturday and Sunday, could mean the difference between a group taking a trip or staying home.