Archive for Wednesday, April 16, 2003

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Baker sports roundup
April 16, 2003
BHS girls third at K.T. Woodman
April 16, 2003
The Baldwin High School girls varsity track team had a strong showing at the tough K.T. Woodman track meet in Wichita Friday. “We did awesome and it felt real good finishing in third place out of 23 schools,” said girls track coach Ted Zuzzio.
BHS tennis team wins another tournament
April 16, 2003
The Baldwin High School tennis team gave a strong performance in their quadrangular tournament at Highland Park last Wednesday.
Softball Bulldogs top Hays, 4-3
April 16, 2003
The Baldwin High School softball team opened the season with an exciting 4-3 win on Friday at the BHS diamond. To make it that much sweeter, the game was against Hays which had been undefeated against the Bulldogs since the inaugural season in 1999.
School district cuts deserve close look
April 16, 2003
Pride is no casualty in loss of Butler
April 16, 2003
Deaths
April 16, 2003
Baldwin in brief
April 16, 2003
Signal shines at annual KPA contest
April 16, 2003
The Baldwin City Signal won its third consecutive Sweepstakes Award at Saturday’s Kansas Press Association Annual Convention in Topeka. Sweepstakes signifies that the Signal is the best newspaper in the state in its division.
Back porch, kitchen burn in blaze
April 16, 2003
A fire damaged the kitchen and back porch of a Baldwin house over the weekend. According to Baldwin City Fire Chief Allen Craig, fire broke out at 203 Ninth St. around 5:30 p.m. Sunday causing around $125,000 in damage to the house belonging to Rob and Karen Bayer.
Rural home catches fire
April 16, 2003
Fire caused extensive damage to the interior of a house east of Baldwin last week. Fire broke out in a log house belonging to Steven and Danette Gregg, 454 E. 2100 Road, late Thursday morning. Steven Gregg was home at the time of the fire. No one was injured, but Palmyra Township Fire Chief Randy DeMersseman said the house sustained a lot of damage.
Serach continues for new city administrator
April 16, 2003
The search continues. Baldwin City’s hunt for a new city administrator goes on nearly two months after the position was vacated by the former city administrator, Larry Paine.
VES students plant 1,000 trees as part of environmental study
April 16, 2003
Vinland Elementary School students planted a tree last week. But they didn’t stop with just one tree. By the time they were done planting, 1,000 young trees were sticking out of the ground. For the second year in a row, the school, along with the help of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, spent Friday morning in Lawrence, near Clinton Lake, planting hickories and oaks in a triangle-shaped section of land along Clinton Parkway just south of Sport2Sport.
School board mulls cuts; battles budget
April 16, 2003
Uncertainty in the state budget is leading to uncertainty in the Baldwin School District budget. For more than an hour Monday, the Baldwin Board of Education discussed the possibilities the district could have to face with next year’s budget, including staff and program cuts and activity fee increases.