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BHS girls nab another close pair
January 17, 2001
Baldwin High School’s girls, better known as the “cardiac kids,” were at it again last week, picking up a pair of victories, but only by slim margins.
Bulldogs rebound for revenge against G-E
January 17, 2001
If you believe in numbers, Baldwin High School was 32 points better Friday night when the Bulldogs extracted a good deal of revenge against the Gardner-Edgerton Trailblazers.
Wrestling bash a success
January 17, 2001
BHS wresters have a ‘Bash’
January 17, 2001
It was a night to remember Thursday for the Baldwin High School wrestling team and program. The first-ever “Wrestling Bash” was well attended and raised $2,000 for a new mat, the second-annual “Pack the House Night” drew a large crowd and then the Bulldogs capped the evening with a 49-27 victory over Burlington.
Debaters headed for state
January 17, 2001
Baldwin High School’s debate team accomplished something Saturday that hasn’t happened in more than a decade they won the Class 4A Regional Tournament and advanced to the Class 4A State Tournament in Topeka.
Reactions to the car
January 17, 2001
Congratulations go to debate
January 17, 2001
The ‘Big Chair’ I
January 17, 2001
Something good is coming
January 17, 2001
Marjorie March
January 17, 2001
City discusses car allowance
January 17, 2001
Because of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, the City Council meeting was postponed from its regular meeting night on Monday to Tuesday, after The Signal went to press.
He teaches from start to finish
January 17, 2001
With a musician and band director for a father, Will Cooper grew up surrounded by music. He rode in the family’s Volkswagen bug between a tuba and a string bass, listened as his father and others practiced at home and eventually was a student in his dad’s classroom at school.
Bone marrow drive planned for student
January 17, 2001
A local woman is directing a drive which will eventually help a young Baldwin City boy obtain a bone marrow transplant.
Spelling bee quizzes BES students
January 17, 2001
Twice” would have been a good word for Logan Keener to spell during the Baldwin Elementary School spelling bee on Friday because that’s how many times he has won the school spelling bee.
New filings bring more primaries
January 17, 2001
Two additional candidates filed for city council positions, which forces a primary election Feb. 27 for the three open seats. The mayor’s race was already set for a primary.
Support school needs
January 17, 2001
The ‘Big Chair’ II
January 17, 2001