Archive for Wednesday, May 9, 2001

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School board eyes land prize
May 9, 2001
Monday’s Baldwin School Board meeting will be packed full of interesting items. Chief among them will be a discussion of a possible land acquisition for the location of a new school.
New council goes quickly to work
May 9, 2001
On Monday evening, the out-going Baldwin City Council dealt with old business, hearing a recreation commission report and, without discussion, unanimously approving the minutes of the last regular meeting and an appropriations ordinance for claims against the city.
Council has changing of the guard
May 9, 2001
Citizens packed the Library Activity Room Monday to witness the seating of the new Baldwin City Council.
Death
May 9, 2001
Just some observations from the ‘corner’
May 9, 2001
Letters to the editor
May 9, 2001
BHS softball squad vying for league title
May 9, 2001
Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the park.” This year’s Baldwin High School softball team has put together a dominant record of 12-2 and have proved they can play hardball. “Our goal this year was to do better than last year,” senior standout Mary Martin said. “We have had a lot of success.”
Baker track teams shine at conference meet
May 9, 2001
Interim head coach Rob Mallinder was named Heart of America Athletic Conference womens coach of the year for track after his team finished second at the conference meet on May 4-5 in Baldwin City.
Black, 4x800 team set records
May 9, 2001
Track season is coming to a close. With only three meets left (league, regionals and state) the Baldwin High School boys track team has high spirits. They have won every meet they have competed in, except the Eudora and Girard Invitationals. Among those wins was the one Friday at the Redbud Classic at Wellsville.
Castle remembers her Baldwin days
May 9, 2001
I never had a doubt as to what I wanted to do with my life,” said Joyce Castle, mezzo-soprano and former Baldwin resident. She performed “The Music of Leonard Bernstein” recently at the Lied Center in Lawrence and will be an artist in residence at her alma mater, the University of Kansas, in the fall as professor of voice. “I always sang and acted,” Castle said. “Mother says I sang a solo in the Louisiana Baptist church when I was three years old.”
Baldwin Briefs
May 9, 2001