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Baker sports roundup
November 14, 2001
A number of Baker University athletic teams competed this past week including cross country, basketball and volleyball.
BJHS teams split with Anderson County
November 14, 2001
The Baldwin Junior High School eighth graders won big and the seventh graders barely fell in basketball action Thursday at home.
BHS volleyball team sets record
November 14, 2001
It was a record-breaking year for the Baldwin High School volleyball team. Along with the best-ever record at 24-14, the Bulldogs also set five individual and team records.
State license plates show Baker pride
November 14, 2001
Baker University alumni, students, parents and fans will soon have a new way to show their school pride and support the university at the same time.
Baker briefs
November 14, 2001
Baldwin in brief
November 14, 2001
Baldwin High set to present ‘Lucky Stiff’
November 14, 2001
It took a large inheritance, with a stipulation attached, but shoe salesman Harry Witherspoon’s life is changed in the Baldwin High School’s musical, “Lucky Stiff.”
Bond passage signals building start
November 14, 2001
It’s been just a week since the $7.9 general obligation bond was passed and already the next phase of construction has begun.
Wildcats fall hard in finale
November 14, 2001
There was an upset in the making during the first half of Saturday’s game between Baker University and No. 6 ranked Benedictine.
10 Bulldogs gain all-league football spots
November 14, 2001
There was plenty to celebrate Thursday when the Baldwin High School football team had its banquet. But the biggest surprise and celebration was the team’s 10 selections to the All-Frontier League team.
Christmas parade set for Dec. 2
November 14, 2001
Santa Claus will be coming into Baldwin City this year followed by a parade.
Sixth Street ‘window’ is now closed
November 14, 2001
That “window” of non-enforcement of the speed limit on Sixth Street is officially closed speeders be aware.
Letters to the editor
November 14, 2001
Englishes’ print collection offers differences
November 14, 2001
The selection pieces of art are all different. Some have bright colors, others are black and white. Some are done by American artists, others by Canadian or Korean artists. Some are small and some are very large. But the art pieces found in the Holt/Russell Gallery in Baker University’s Parmenter Hall do have something in common. They are all original prints.