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Fourth quarter dooms BHS to loss
October 29, 2003
It went down to the wire Friday night, but the Baldwin High School Bulldogs saw their five-game winning streak snapped in district play when Topeka-Hayden came up with 12 fourth-quarter points to take a 19-16 win.
BHS set for second volleyball title chase
October 29, 2003
The Baldwin High School volleyball team continued doing what it does best, destroying the competition. The Bulldogs traveled to Spring Hill Saturday to take part in what turned out to be a monstrous event, where the Bulldogs not only won, but did so in convincing fashion in earning their second straight trip to the state championships.
Involvement is important on issues
October 29, 2003
Letters to the editor
October 29, 2003
Terror on the tracks
Halloween to feature haunted train ride
October 29, 2003
There’s one more night of murder and mayhem scheduled at the Midland Railway and it just happens to be on Halloween. Spooky.
Pumpkins, mums, cornstalks traditional decorations for fall
October 29, 2003
Penny Higgins really gets into decorating for fall. Higgins not only decorates practically every inch of the inside of her home at 402 Fremont St. with fall-themed knick-knacks and decorations, but the outside is adorned with mums, cornstalks, pumpkins and other seasonal items.
BHS graduate injured in I-29 accident
October 29, 2003
A 22-year-old Baldwin High School graduate was injured Sunday in a one-car accident on Interstate 29. Rebecca Demarest, who graduated from BHS in 1999 and is currently a student at Kansas University, was southbound on I-29 at the Whiting overpass when her car went off the road, striking a guardrail.
Layers of leaves
Several options available to rid yards of leaves
October 29, 2003
It’s that time of year when lawns and yards start disappearing under carpets of fallen leaves. Bruce Chladny said there are several ways people can choose in deciding how to take care of the leaves, but there is something that shouldn’t be done. “What they should do is not panic,” he said. Chladny, Douglas County horticulture extension agent, said many options are available for people wanting to rid their yards of brown, crunchy leaves, and some are better than others.
Deaths
October 29, 2003
Baldwin in brief
October 29, 2003
Book review committee to be formed again
October 29, 2003
The challenged book is going back to a review committee. The Baldwin Board of Education decided at Monday’s recessed meeting to re-form a committee to review the challenged book “We All Fall Down,” despite not having a new challenged materials policy in place.
Boys seek sixth straight
October 29, 2003
The Baldwin High School boys cross country team is rocketing full speed into the state meet after winning a regional title Saturday at Tonganoxie. The boys finished with a respectable 23 points to second place DeSoto’s 73 points.
Ogle paces BHS girls for state title defense
October 29, 2003
The Baldwin High School girls cross country team was in full stride for the regional competition on Saturday and won the title easily.