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Thank you from Maple Leaf Committee
October 23, 2002
Construction of towers delayed
October 23, 2002
The construction of Baldwin’s two new water towers has been put on hold, at least until the next Baldwin City Council meeting.
45th Maple Leaf Festival successful
October 23, 2002
Despite the rain Friday night, the Maple Leaf Festival was anything but a wash out. “The sun came out and so did the people and it was wonderful,” Sharole Prahl, festival committee chair, said. Saturday and Sunday saw the return of thousands of people to the 45th annual Maple Leaf Festival. Prahl said it was hard to judge just how many people turned out for the weekend festival.
BHS JV, freshmen football take wins over Santa Fe Trail
October 23, 2002
Both the Baldwin High School junior varsity and freshmen football teams beat Santa Fe Trail Monday. The BHS JV won 20-8 and the freshmen prevailed 36-16.
BHS volleyball set for substate play
October 23, 2002
It was final tune-up time for the Baldwin High School volleyball team last week as the Bulldogs prepared for Saturday’s Class 4A sub-state in Louisburg.
Cardinals’ big plays flatten Wildcats
October 23, 2002
Big plays on a wet, sloppy Liston Stadium field sunk the Baker University Wildcats Saturday night. Arch-rival William Jewell struck fast with the big plays for the Cardinal’s 23-17 Heart of America Athletic Conference victory.
Dogs jolt unbeaten Chargers
October 23, 2002
It was another chance for the Baldwin High School Bulldogs to play giant killers Friday night against unbeaten Santa Fe Trail. The Bulldogs like that role and for the second straight week put the first blemish on a previously unspoiled record.
Letter to the editor
October 23, 2002
Baldwin in brief
October 23, 2002
Haunted train leaves passengers laughing, but feeling spooked
October 23, 2002
The slightest movement from anyone or anything caused an eruption of screams, and then nervous laughter, from the group of girls seated near the front of the passenger car. But considering there were witches, wizards and other spooks walking the aisles during the evening train ride, the girls’ reaction wasn’t surprising.
Parade now part of Baker’s Homecoming
October 23, 2002
Floats and bands will fill the Baldwin streets for the second time in a week, but this weekend’s parade isn’t a part of the Maple Leaf Festival. Instead, for the first time in many years, Baker University is having a Homecoming parade.