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Radio show to be broadcast in Baldwin
September 5, 2001
Baldwin City is going to have some radio time this week.
Deaths
September 5, 2001
Mushrooms cropping up
September 5, 2001
No matter how many times Mendy Gilliland mows them over, the ring of white, wild mushrooms in her front yard continue to grow back.
Reclosure’ keeps Baldwin powerless
September 5, 2001
Here we go again. Baldwin City suffered another power outage Friday evening, this time with blue skies above and no out of character usage to blame.
Bulldogs maul Buffaloes
September 5, 2001
What a difference a year makes. Baldwin High School battered Prairie View 44-0 Friday night in the opening game of the 2001 season. Just a year ago, Prairie View’s Buffaloes spoiled the first-ever Bulldog Bash by trampling BHS 52-7. No matter how you count it, that’s more than a 90-point turnaround in a matter of 365 days. But it was during that long year that the difference was made. A lot of hard work and effort, mostly in the weight room, by a dedicated group of Bulldog seniors paved the way to Friday’s payoff. “Oh, yes, that was a wonderful way to start the season,” said coach Mike Berg. “To be honest, I knew we were ready, but I didn’t know we’d blow them out like that.
BHS runners win easily again
September 5, 2001
Baldwin High School’s boys cross country team picked up right where they left off last year winning in dominating fashion. The BHS girls were also convincing in their season opener.
10 twins equal double vision
September 5, 2001
It’s not unusual to find one or two sets of twins in the same grade at school. But this year’s fifth grade at Baldwin Elementary School is a little different. There aren’t just one or two sets of twins. In fact, it doesn’t even stop with three or four. Instead, there are five sets, for a total of 10 twins, in this year’s fifth grade. “For us, that’s very unusual,” BES principal Tom Mundinger said. “I can’t recall that happening in the past.” David and Justin Cook, Tracie and Travis Huffman, Sarah and Emily Johnson, Amanda and Megan Mock, and Kansas and Buffy Woodard go to school, to the same grade, every day with a look-alike sibling.
Letters to the editor
September 5, 2001
Baldwin in Brief
September 5, 2001
Outages draw council concern
September 5, 2001
Baldwin City employees say they are doing the best they can to fix the city’s electricity problems.
Baker offense missing in loss to Evangel
September 5, 2001
It was a case of the offensive uglies for the Baker University Wildcats in their home-opener Saturday.