Archive for Thursday, November 18, 2004

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Students audition for ensembles
November 18, 2004
Around 2,000 band and choral students packed Baldwin High School and Baldwin Junior High School Saturday to determine who were the top performers in the northeast district.
Students do math to help hospital
November 18, 2004
Marion Springs Elementary School students recently learned a little math can go a long way in helping others.
Retail open house begins Friday
November 18, 2004
Linda Guss is hoping Baldwin residents remember local businesses when they’re doing their holiday shopping.
Bullying incident at BHS reported to Baldwin police
November 18, 2004
It wasn’t a typical physical fight, but an altercation between a few Baldwin High School boys was serious enough a parent reported it to school officials and police.
City bonds combined to save money
November 18, 2004
Baldwin’s decision to combine a few outstanding electrical revenue bonds could save the city several thousand dollars and provide some extra funding for additional capital improvements.
Deaths
November 18, 2004
Art shows provide holiday gift options
November 18, 2004
Those not sure what to get others this holiday season might want to consider a little art.
A Disney performance
BHS band travels to Orlando
November 18, 2004
Baldwin High School band members recently had a chance to perform for Mickey, Donald, Goofy and some 60,000 of Disney’s friends. About 70 BHS band and pom squad members traveled to Orlando, Fla., Nov. 3-7 for Disney’s Magic Music Days Festival, a bi-annual festival giving students an opportunity to perform at Disney World.
Baldwin in brief
November 18, 2004
Recent events demand heads out of the sand
November 18, 2004
Baker men continue good start
November 18, 2004
OTTAWA — Another second-half scoring burst by the Baker University Wildcats was key in a 76-74 overtime victory against Midland Lutheran College Saturday at the Ottawa Classic.
Baker soccer team tops Cards, heads to nationals
November 18, 2004
Marty Johnston beat William Jewell again as Baker University rallied for a 2-1 overtime victory Saturday and qualified for the NAIA National Championship.
TV’s not necessarily the ‘news’
November 18, 2004
Baker women win pair of games
November 18, 2004
ATCHISON — The Baker University Wildcat women won both of their games by wide margins at the Benedictine Tournament Friday and Saturday in Atchison.
Baker falls to William Jewell in season finale
November 18, 2004
Baker University broke one trend, but couldn’t break another as the Wildcats dropped the season finale 27-17 against arch-rival William Jewell Saturday in Liberty, Mo.