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Bulldogs fall victim again to Spring Hill
February 26, 2003
Baldwin High School had too many things go wrong Friday at Spring Hill to make up. It resulted in a 72-53 loss, although the Bulldogs were in the game until the third quarter.
Bulldogs set for state
February 26, 2003
Behind six state qualifiers — led by Kyle Flory’s 171-pound title — the Baldwin High School wrestling team finished third in the Class 4A Regional meet at Santa Fe Trail Saturday.
BHS girls continue to roll
February 26, 2003
Baldwin High School Bulldog girls put themselves in the driver’s seat down the basketball season stretch with a pair of wins last week. Still, it wasn’t all happy faces after the week concluded. On Feb. 18, BHS knocked off long-time pain Spring Hill with a 58-53 victory at home. The Bulldogs followed that with a 52-49 win over pesky Paola at home to win their 14th straight game and keep their Frontier League record perfect at 9-0.
Letters to the editor
February 26, 2003
It’s cold, but politics is heating up
February 26, 2003
Deaths
February 26, 2003
Baldwin Relay for Life looks for participants
February 26, 2003
It’s not for a couple of months yet, but plans are already underway for the area’s annual Relay for Life. Susan Hoffman, Relay for Life co-chair, said organizers are looking for community support and involvement in the annual cancer fundraiser.
Percussion manufacturer opens its doors
February 26, 2003
Baldwin’s newest business is coming in with a bang. Even though the work on the building is not quite complete, there has already been production going on at Vaughncraft Percussion, 602 High St.
BES to soon house all district offices
February 26, 2003
The upper elementary won’t be the only one in the Baldwin School District moving this fall. The offices from the district office and the district directors center will be moving into the Baldwin Elementary School when the third through fifth grades move to the new elementary school along U.S. Highway 56.
Changes with the chief
McKenna looks to improve police department, community public safety
February 26, 2003
Mike McKenna hasn’t been Baldwin’s police chief long, but he’s already been making changes to improve the police department. “I think we’re making some good progress in the department as far as public safety issues go and being able to provide service to the community,” he said. McKenna, who became Baldwin’s police chief a little more than two months ago, has already focused on improving the police department.
Baldwin in brief
February 26, 2003
Town hall meeting seems to ‘click’ with residents
February 26, 2003
Freshman representative Tom Holland’s first town hall meeting Saturday at the Baldwin Care Center was well attended and provided him and the audience a chance to interact.