Archive for Wednesday, May 16, 2001

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Taul resigns from BHS basketball post
May 16, 2001
Baldwin High School boys basketball coach Bobby Taul announced his resignation during a team meeting Friday.
Leekers say thanks
May 16, 2001
Frontier League Track Meet results
May 16, 2001
BHS girls finish a close second
May 16, 2001
The Baldwin High School girls track squad competed Thursday at the Frontier League competition in Gardner and finished second to Louisburg by just eight points, 115-107.
Baldwin High captures first softball crown
May 16, 2001
In their first chance to win a Frontier League softball title, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs did what they do best took care of business.
School board takes look at bond issues
May 16, 2001
The Baldwin School Board in regular session Monday evening unanimously approved a plan to lease-purchase land for new facilities construction and discussed the district’s facilities master plan. Community feedback on the master plan will be sought. Increases in school fees were also approved and bids will be sought on a mobile classroom unit.
BHS boys soar to Frontier League track title
May 16, 2001
Experience and leadership have brought yet another tremendous victory to the Baldwin High School Bulldogs. The boys track team combined their strength and attitudes and succeeded to bring home another Frontier League championship title as well as two league record-breaking times Thursday at Gardner-Edgerton High.
Graduation weekend set to invade Baldwin
May 16, 2001
There will be plenty of pomp and circumstance in Baldwin City this weekend, with graduation ceremonies planned for both Baldwin High School and Baker University.
Charter school gets part-time reprieve
May 16, 2001
A small, reserved group of charter school students and parents were present at this week’s school board meeting to find out if the board had changed its mind about closing the school for next year. They were pleased to hear that the students’ needs will be met and supported by the district.
Hipple is ‘decidedly different’
May 16, 2001
Melinda Hipple, Baldwin City artist and photographer, will be honored at a “Farewell to Baldwin” retrospective art show on Friday, May 18 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Aardvark Photographix. She has lived in Baldwin for seven years, and has worked at Aardvark for more than five years. Hipple credits company owner Dave Michael for pushing her forward. “Dave gave me film for Christmas to encourage me,” Hipple said. “If it wasn’t for Dave my artwork wouldn’t be marketed.” Hipple, her husband, Robert, and their 14-year-old son will be moving to Nebraska, where Robert will work for the Nebraska Natural Resource District in Imperial. Robert Hipple was head of the environmental program at Baker University.
Executive Title opens downtown
May 16, 2001
Executive Title, Inc., located at 707 High Street offers services to those who deal with titles and abstracts, such as closings for loans, real estate companies, lawyers and banks.
Espress Yourself’ offers coffee, etc.
May 16, 2001
Espress Yourself” is a new coffee shop located at 713 High. Owners are Trina Schartz and Stephanie Schimke. Store hours are Monday through Thursday 7a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and closed Sundays.
Doris Darlene Scraper
May 16, 2001
Watch for rain drops filled with BU knowledge
May 16, 2001
We should be careful about our role models
May 16, 2001
Baldwin Briefs
May 16, 2001