Archive for Wednesday, April 2, 2003

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Baker sports roundup
April 2, 2003
Baker University’s softball and baseball teams were in action over the weekend.
Baldwin sports line
April 2, 2003
Find out what sporting events and activities are going on in Baldwin.
Accident involves district bus
April 2, 2003
A Baldwin City school bus carrying 24 students was hit from behind during a stop last week.
Letters to the editor
April 2, 2003
Baldwin in brief
April 2, 2003
Area school revokes open lunch policy
Eudora ends privilege as Baldwin discusses it as possibility
April 2, 2003
Just as the Baldwin Board of Education is considering the possibility of open lunch for Baldwin High School, another area school board revoked its district’s open lunch program.
BJHS classes make move into new addition
April 2, 2003
Baldwin Junior High School is already making use of its new addition. Classrooms and offices were moved into the new south wing of the school during spring break, according to Supt. James White, allowing the construction crew to begin its renovations on the east side, well ahead of schedule.
Fire destroys Baldwin home
April 2, 2003
It took firefighters more than two hours to extinguish a fire that destroyed a Baldwin house over the weekend.
Baldwin resident waits anxiously for son to return from Middle East
April 2, 2003
Patriotic signs of support are popping up around Baldwin City supporting the troops in Iraq. There are flags flying and yellow ribbons around trees. That yellow ribbon at 916 Grove has more meaning than most. That’s where Shirley Bones — whose son, John Bones, is on the front lines in Iraq — lives. The 2002 Baldwin High School graduate is with the Army’s 3rd Infantry, which is shown daily in the thick of fighting. Shirley Bones keeps a close eye on what’s going on and waits for any word.
Deaths
April 2, 2003