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Mystery Train set to depart
September 26, 2001
A murder has been committed and it’s up to the general public to solve it.
Convocation address challenges races
September 26, 2001
People of all colors still need to work for civil rights.
Athletic club opens doors
September 26, 2001
Baldwin City’s first full-service athletic club is nearing completion.
Baker to induct four into hall of fame
September 26, 2001
The induction of four former Wildcat athletes into the Baker University Athletic Hall of Fame and a reunion for the university’s most successful athletes will highlight Homecoming Day activities on Saturday.
BJHS art becomes timely
September 26, 2001
What started as a contest idea ended up being a theme America was reminded of more than once over the past two weeks. Baldwin Junior High School art students recently completed their projects for the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Their posters, completed without the use of words, communicate the theme “Lighting the path to world peace.” Even though the art project was started at the beginning of the school year, BJHS art teacher Betty Pewtress it was an appropriate project to have been working on after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.“The contest is very symbolic in light of what happened,” Pewtress said. “It shows the children are looking ahead. They are our future.” The projects, which are currently hanging in one of the BJHS halls, took seventh and eighth-grade students in Pewtress’ Art I and yearbook staff classes about four and a half weeks to complete, she said.
Baker finds a way to win
September 26, 2001
It’s getting to be a habit, but it’s a good habit. Baker University’s Wildcats found a way to win again Saturday afternoon in St. Charles, Mo., this time with a 14-7 win over Lindenwood University.
Bulldogs bash Osawatomie
September 26, 2001
If wild was what Baldwin High Bulldog fans wanted for homecoming, they sure got it Friday night in a scorefest 52-34 victory over the Osawatomie Trojans.
Art Walk features ‘Cuppa Java’ night
September 26, 2001
Several events are planned for the 2001 finale of Art Walk, including the popular “Cuppa Java” night, from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, in downtown Baldwin City.
BES raises money to help NYC
September 26, 2001
The top of the can simply read “To our heroes.”
Bulldog tennis team has busy week
September 26, 2001
Baldwin High School’s tennis team has been busy. The Bulldogs played Saturday in the Wichita Collegiate meet and Monday at Lindsborg with varying results.
Boys place all runners in the top 11 spots
September 26, 2001
It was another easy win for the Baldwin High School boys cross country team at the Prairie View meet Thursday. BHS had all of its runners finish in the top 11 places.
Baker grad to perform at homecoming
September 26, 2001
A Baker University graduate will return for two performances during the college’s homecoming festivities.
Chamber sets goals for year
September 26, 2001
The Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce has set its sights on a few goals for the upcoming year.
Baldwin youth deal with tragedy
September 26, 2001
Sara Hemphill is not quite sure what to feel about the recent terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.
Police probe is finished
September 26, 2001
Although criminal allegations leveled at a former Baldwin City Police Officer were proven to be unfounded, civil allegations still remain unresolved in a department that City Administrator Larry Paine termed as “divided,” and said will undergo changes in polices and procedures.
Baldwin in brief
September 26, 2001