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School board in Brief
September 13, 2000
Freshmen win
September 13, 2000
After suffering a tough first loss, the Baldwin High School freshmen football team bounced back with a huge win.
BHS tennis takes second
September 13, 2000
For the second time in two weeks, the Baldwin High School tennis team came away with a second-place trophy. This time it was at the DeSoto Invitational Tournament and Baldwin was only one point out of first after sweeping the doubles competition.
Cross country girls compete at Wamego
September 13, 2000
The Baldwin High School cross country girls were involved in a tough race at the Wamego Invitational on Saturday.
Boys runners start strong with second
September 13, 2000
A second-place finish started the year off for the Baldwin High School boys cross country team. After having their first meet postponed due to a heat advisory, the Wamego Invitational took the place of the always unforgettable first meet of the season.
Bulldogs whip Wellsville
September 13, 2000
Baldwin High’s Bulldogs got better, much better, Friday night and it couldn’t have come at a better time. For the second year in a row, the Dawgs handled the arch-rival Wellsville Eagles, this time by a 28-8 count.
Three Sisters Inn wins ‘Yard of th e Week’
September 13, 2000
Welcome to Baldwin City.” This is what the Three Sisters Inn, 1035 Ames St., a Victorian home and yard, seems to say as people drive through our town.
Finally, it was a perfect day for horse ride
September 13, 2000
City in Brief
September 13, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
September 13, 2000
FireTree Estates opens 8th Street entrance
September 13, 2000
It was just a matter of moving some barricades when it came down to it Saturday, but it was a big event at FireTree Estates when the Eighth Street entrance to the development was finally opened.
Need for nurse is ‘emergency’
September 13, 2000
The school district is responding to a medical emergency the need for a second nurse in the district’s five schools. At Monday night’s school board meeting, principals, secretaries and teachers said the medical needs in the district exceed what one person can do.
Needed rain brings hail, strong wind
September 13, 2000
About two inches of needed rain fell in the Baldwin City area Monday night. But it brought with it damaging wind and hail that anybody could have done without.
Audience solves mystery
September 13, 2000
The Baldwin City Theatre is headlining a handful of performances in September and October twice teaming up with the Midland Railway. The first, “Murder on the Midland,” completed a two-day run this weekend aboard the excursion train.
Martin girls shine in academics, activities
September 13, 2000
It is not uncommon for students to get involved with numerous activities during their high school years. Many students see the value of that involvement. But for students to have a lot of success in all their activities, as well as being straight “A” students, is rare. But two Baldwin High School students, and sisters at that, are prime examples of just that.