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Council meets in private
Executive session lasts 60 minutes
December 5, 2001
What started out as a 20 minute executive session, ended up lasting longer than the rest of Monday night’s Baldwin City Council meeting.
Baker sports roundup
December 5, 2001
Baker’s athletic teams were in action this past week.
BJHS seventh graders third in tournament
December 5, 2001
After a tough loss in the opening round, the Baldwin Junior High School seventh-grade girls rebounded with a 40-22 victory over Anderson County to claim third place in the Baldwin Tournament Saturday.
BJHS is tourney champion
December 5, 2001
The Baldwin Junior High School eighth-grade girls remained undefeated and claimed the Baldwin Tournament championship Saturday with a 49-15 victory over Paola.
Tourney opener a laugher, too
December 5, 2001
Yikes!!! It was even more lopsided here Monday night as the Baldwin High School girls hammered Kansas City Turner 77-18 in the opening round of the Trailblazer Invitational.
Local harp player releases CD
December 5, 2001
Patricia Dillard’s music can now be heard at work, in the car, at home or anywhere there’s a CD player. The 14-year-old Baldwin City harp player recently released her first CD.
Deaths
December 5, 2001
Dog tags need renewing by January’s end
December 5, 2001
The Baldwin City Police Department would like to remind everyone that all dog tags will expire Dec. 31 and they must be renewed prior to Jan. 31, 2002.
Baldwin holiday home tour set for this weekend
December 5, 2001
Part of the tradition of the holidays is the viewing of decorated houses. Most people only see the decorated houses from the outside. But there will be a chance this weekend to see some homes from the inside as well.
Tree farm tradition for families
December 5, 2001
Some grunts, mixed in with a few grumbles, were the only things that could be heard coming from the pair of legs that stuck out from underneath the 10-foot Scotch Pine tree. As his wife held the tree and his two children offered words of advice, David Rios struggled to work the saw through the tree’s trunk as he attempted to cut it down. After about 10 minutes of sawing, a pine-needle covered Rios emerged from underneath the branches and pushed the tree over, which drew cheers from his son and daughter.
BHS wins in Haas’ first game at helm
December 5, 2001
It was first-year coach Jeff Haas’ first-ever varsity victory here Friday night. But that wasn’t foremost in his mind it was Baldwin High School’s first win of the season and that’s what really mattered most.
BHS Culinary Team third in state
December 5, 2001
Adam Smith, Mikael Elliott, Kortney Voss, Katie Kurtz and Lacey Rockhold, members of the Baldwin High School Culinary Team, were named third in the state and awarded bronze medals during the “Taste of Kansas” culinary competition Friday at Johnson County Community College.
And wins tournament opener at Eudora, too
December 5, 2001
Baldwin High School made it two in a row with a well-played 63-52 win over Kansas City Turner in the opening round of the Cardinal Invitational Tournament here Monday night.
BES third-grader hits ice rink every week
December 5, 2001
Regardless of the time of year, Erin Marie Jansen spends a lot of time on the ice. The Baldwin Elementary School third-grader has been figure skating for a little more than two years.
Christmas time and more pie
December 5, 2001
Title time revisted
It was 20 years ago that BHS had last football title
December 5, 2001
Twenty years ago, legendary Baldwin High School football coach Merle Venable was the happiest man in the city. His team had just won the Class 4A state title, the only football championship in BHS history.
Baldwin in brief
December 5, 2001
BPW offers scholarships
December 5, 2001
The Baldwin Business Professional Women’s organization offers scholarships for a variety of continuing education students.
Another easy win for BHS girls
December 5, 2001
For the second year in a row, Baldwin High School’s girls mopped the floor with Osawatomie to kick off the new season. This time it was a 68-27 win Friday on the road.