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Baldwin teen killed in highway accident
September 17, 2003
When Rudy Sudja was notified Sunday night that his 18-year-old son Cliff had been killed in a two-vehicle accident, he experienced every parents’ worst nightmare.
Baker homecoming set for next weekend
September 17, 2003
Baker University’s homecoming Sept. 27 will feature a parade through downtown, the induction of three former student-athletes into the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame, and of course, the best of Wildcat football.
Cup-A-Java part of final Art Walk of summer
September 17, 2003
Friday night won’t just be about art, but coffee and art. Cup-A-Java night marks the final Baldwin Community Arts Council Art Walk of the summer. The annual coffee and art evening runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday in downtown Baldwin.
Students to learn about artists, their art in new school program
September 17, 2003
It will only be a matter of time before Baldwin students will be able to tell the difference between a Monet and a Degas or be able to identify a Mary Cassatt.
An education dedication
September 17, 2003
More than 200 district faculty, parents, students and other patrons attended the dedication of Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center Sunday afternoon. Rep. Tom Holland was the keynote speaker. The new third through fifth-grade building has been open since the start of the school year.
Survey shows town has variety of tree species
September 17, 2003
It’s a fact. Baldwin has a lot of trees. But Baldwin does have more varieties of trees besides the Hard Maple. In fact, Roger Boyd told the Baldwin City Council that Baldwin has at least 86 species of trees.
Water line break leaves BESPC flooded
September 17, 2003
An overnight water leak Thursday flooded Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center, and by the time school faculty and staff reported to work Friday morning, as much as 1 to 2 inches of water covered a majority of the building.
Book challenges rare
September 17, 2003
The recent concern raised over a book being used as instructional material in the Baldwin High School is a rare occurrence. In fact, Supt. James White has never dealt with anyone challenging instructional or media material in the school.
Deaths
September 17, 2003
Baldwin in brief
September 17, 2003
Book’s appropriateness in class questioned
September 17, 2003
Lori Krysztof doesn’t think “We All Fall Down” is appropriate reading material for a freshman orientation class at Baldwin High School. In fact, she would like to see the Robert Cormier novel removed from the curriculum.
We All Fall Down’ in policy, procedure
September 17, 2003
Mistakes doom Bulldogs
September 17, 2003
Coach Mike Berg said heading into Friday’s game against Paola that whichever team made fewer mistakes would win. He was right, but it was his Baldwin High School squad that committed more miscues which resulted in a 28-20 loss.
BHS wins BIT volleyball title
September 17, 2003
With its first-ever Baldwin Invitational Tournament trophy now in its possession, the Baldwin High School Bulldog volleyball team is well on its way, even though it’s still early in the season.
Remembering Cliff from much better times
September 17, 2003