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BHS runners take two
September 27, 2000
The Baldwin High School cross country teams won both meets entered during the past week. On Thursday, the BHS boys and girls easily won the Prairie View meet and on Monday pulled the same easy sweep at Anderson County.
Baker sees win slip away
September 27, 2000
LAMONI, Iowa Wet, cold, nasty and a loss were the results of Baker University’s trip to take on Graceland here Saturday night. Graceland survived a last-second scare to walk away with a 24-21 win.
I really am who I am
September 27, 2000
Victor Schlup
September 27, 2000
Gilbert Gilges
September 27, 2000
Homer Schoepflin
September 27, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
September 27, 2000
Main Event’ brings Friday fun
September 27, 2000
There is something to do on Friday night. A Lawrence family with Baldwin ties has revived a Friday night program for local youth. Friday Nite’s Main Event offers music with a live DJ, games, dancing, basketball and other activities at the Baldwin Elementary School gymnasium. The weekly program is for students in grades three through eight.
Baker mourns student’s death
September 27, 2000
An 18-year-old Baker University freshman was killed in a two-vehicle accident late Saturday night in Independence, Mo.
Candidates face issues
September 27, 2000
Fourteen candidates for Douglas County, Kansas and United States offices attended a forum Monday night at the Baldwin City American Legion Hall.
Enrollment continues climb
September 27, 2000
There is yet another sign that Baldwin is growing enrollment in the school district exceeded expectations by 40 students.
Homecoming activities planned for Bulldogs
September 27, 2000
Recently the 2000 Homecoming candidates were announced for Baldwin High School. The six nominated seniors are Ben Cosman, Tyler Craig and Heath Knight as king candidates, and Lisa Gilliland, Erin Wright and Kristen Wessel as queen candidates.
Baldwin storms Osawatomie
September 27, 2000
OSAWATOMIE Lightning was the key phrase here Friday night. First, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs struck like it, then they ducked from it in a weather-shortened 34-14 victory over the Osawatomie Trojans.