Archive for Thursday, April 29, 2004

Also from April 29

All stories

Habitat is already beginning to make a difference
April 29, 2004
Deaths
April 29, 2004
District to host KASB workshop
April 29, 2004
The Baldwin School District will have a chance to show off its newest school to board members from across the state today. The Kansas Association of School Boards will have its regional workshop at Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center this afternoon.
Relay hopes to raise $25,000 for cancer society
April 29, 2004
Kaylin McCrary has been working since February in preparation for this weekend, but it has been the past couple of weeks that she has really stepped up her efforts. The 11-year-old Baldwin girl has been mailing letters, hanging signs around town and setting out containers in an attempt to raise money for this year’s Relay For Life.
Ives relies on family, tradition for first 100 years
April 29, 2004
The congregation at Ives Chapel United Methodist Church has never been a very large one, but it’s been strong — one based on tradition and family.
School board to mull over budget cuts
Budget decisions depend on funding from state
April 29, 2004
The Baldwin School District is hoping to hear good news from the Kansas Legislature about additional funding for education sometime in the next few days. But until then, the Baldwin Board of Education will prepare for the worst and continue to discuss ways to cut $250,000 from the district’s budget.
Baldwin in brief
April 29, 2004
Hammer time
Rain dampens first nail drive, but not spirits
April 29, 2004
Saturday’s official start, the “nail drive,” for the Habitat for Humanity house being built in west Baldwin City was drenched with rain, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of 40 people on hand. “Exactly,” said Diane Kennedy, whose family will own the home when it’s completed. “It didn’t dampen the spirits of anyone. That’s right.” The nail drive was set for 9 a.m. and weather forecasters had been predicting rain all week for all day Saturday. They weren’t wrong. It did rain most of the morning, at least, but the habitat folks still turned out in droves.
BHS tennis goes to Ottawa
April 29, 2004
Baldwin High School’s tennis team played in Ottawa Monday and Tuesday, starting off with singles the first day and doubles the second.
Baker’s Heffner qualifies for nationals
April 29, 2004
Reaching new heights Saturday at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Invitational, senior Baker University’s Angie Heffner of Baldwin City vaulted herself back to the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship.
Bulldogs still atop all-sports standings
April 29, 2004
The scores have been tallied and after the conclusion of the winter sports season, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs are still in first place in the unofficial Frontier League All Sports standings. After emerging ahead of the pack during the fall season, BHS furthered its lead in the 10 school league with a strong performance in the winter months.
BHS boys second at triangular
April 29, 2004
The Baldwin High School boys track team took second at the Spring Hill Triangular on Monday. Spring Hill won the meet with 89 points to Baldwin’s 64. Osawatomie was third with 36 points. Coach Mike Spielman likes the meet because it gives everyone a chance to compete and try for a medal.
Bulldog baseball sweeps Spring Hill
April 29, 2004
On Monday, the Baldwin High School Bulldog baseball team took on yet another challenge as the Spring Hill Broncos rolled into the lot for a double header, only to leave having been swept by the BHS squad.
BHS girls win Spring Hill meet
April 29, 2004
The Baldwin High School girls track team competed at Spring Hill in a triangular meet against Osawatomie and Spring Hill on Monday. The girls won 10 out of the 18 different events at the meet. They also had seven second-place finishes with eight third-place finishes. The girls took first in the 100-, 200-, 400-, 1,600- and 3200-meter races. They also took first in three different relays, the 400-, 3,200- and 1600-meter races. Along with those, they also won the high jump and 300-meter hurdles.
Letters to the editor
April 29, 2004
BJHS track wins four titles
April 29, 2004
All four Baldwin Junior High School track teams proved once again they are the Top Dogs on April 15 at Baker’s Liston Stadium. The Bulldogs competed against Wellsville, Prairie View and Osawatomie and stomped out any chances of the other teams winning.
Baker sports roundup
April 29, 2004