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BJHS track wins another
April 30, 2003
The Baldwin Junior High School seventh and eighth grader boys both took first at the track meet in Louisburg on April 22. The Bulldogs competed against Louisburg and Eudora.
BJHS girls take first, second
April 30, 2003
The Baldwin Junior High School girls track teams continued their season on Tuesday traveling to Louisburg. Both grades represented the school well. The eighth graders placed first and the seventh graders took home second.
BHS golfers take first at SFT
April 30, 2003
The Baldwin High School golf team swung its way to the top Tuesday afternoon at the Santa Fe Trail golf Invitational. The team was led by seniors Julian Fisher and Wayne Sage, as they recorded the lowest scores on the team with an 83 and 84, respectively.
Baldwin boys take sixth at relays
April 30, 2003
Friday night the Baldwin High School boys track team ran in the Cardinal Relays in Eudora. Baldwin took sixth out of nine teams with 47 points. Tonganoxie won it all with a score of 115 points.
BHS girls first at Cardinal Relays
April 30, 2003
The Baldwin High School girls track team has been on a roll as of late. Friday at Eudora was no exception. The squad took home the Cardinal Relay title with a score of 126 points. That mark outdistanced second place Sabetha’s 113.
BHS tennis take first BIT championship
April 30, 2003
At Saturday’s Baldwin Invitational Tournament, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs did something that had never been done — they won the team title in the always-tough tourney.
Big week for Bulldog softball
April 30, 2003
It was a big week for the Baldwin High School softball team as the Bulldogs racked up three wins, one against Spring Hill and two against Paola.
Deaths
April 30, 2003
Baldwin in brief
April 30, 2003
Relay for Life set for Friday
April 30, 2003
Candles will light the way for walkers during this weekend’s Relay for Life. Hundreds of luminaries will line the track at Liston Stadium, each one symbolizing hope in the fight against cancer while remembering and honoring the people that have and are continuing to battle the disease.
Parking ticket costs to increase
April 30, 2003
Those that park illegally in Baldwin could be in for a shock when they receive traffic tickets. It won’t be the ticket that will come as a surprise, but the cost of the ticket itself that will be the shock.
13 teachers notified contracts not renewed
April 30, 2003
Pushed by a May 1 deadline for notifying teachers of the possibility of nonrenewal of their contracts and the potential of needing to trim around $200,000 from the Baldwin School District budget, school board members voted to send letters of intent of nonrenewal to 13 teachers.
Board hears patrons’ concerns about cuts
April 30, 2003
Impassioned pleas to save programs, a short but lively discussion on a proposal to shut down Marion Springs Elementary School and even a poem intertwined for an interesting public forum on possible school district budget cuts Monday night.
Bulldogs drop pair
April 30, 2003
The Baldwin High School Bulldog baseball team took on the Spring Hill Broncos last Tuesday night at Spring Hill. Losing both ends of the double header, the Bulldogs returned with a record of 2-6 on the season.
School district budget cuts inevitable, but let’s eye options
April 30, 2003
Arts center could find home in lumberyard
April 30, 2003
Where people once went for lumber could soon be a place for them to view an art display or see a play. Plans are underway to convert the Ives Hartley Lumber Co. building, which until recently housed the Baldwin Lumber Co., into a community arts center.
Prom New Orleans style
April 30, 2003
Saturday turned out to be like a night in New Orleans despite the fact that it was actually a night in Lawrence. Saturday night marked the annual Baldwin High School Junior/Senior Prom. The theme was “Night in New Orleans,” and the event was at the University of Kansas ballroom. A new tradition was started this year at the beginning of prom. After leaving their cars with valet parking, which was provided by volunteer parents, the prom-goers then took part in promenade.