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Baldwin in brief
November 24, 2004
From start to finish
November 24, 2004
The following stories about Sydney and Rebecca are part of a yearlong series. The Signal will continue to follow the kindergartner and senior, highlighting different aspects of the students’ school year.
BU student struck by car; has broken bones
November 24, 2004
Blake Pearson, a senior at Baker University and a member of the football team, was seriously injured Friday when he was struck by a car while crossing a street in Lawrence. Initially in critical condition at the University of Kansas Medical Center, he is now in stable condition.
Discipline outlined in BHS policy
November 24, 2004
Baldwin High School Principal Allen Poplin said the district isn’t trying to be secretive about disciplines that have resulted from recent incidents at the high school. But he said there are things the school can’t disclose to help protect the privacy of the students.
Baldwin First United Methodist Church members re-roof Horton church
November 24, 2004
Members of the Baldwin First United Methodist Church discussed traveling to Honduras or Nicaragua for mission work. In the end, the church members didn’t make it anywhere quite that far. In fact, they didn’t even make it out of the state. But Connie Neuenswander said that didn’t make the work any less important. “If there’s a need locally, we want to do what we can to be able to help,” Neuenswander, a church member, said.
Truck driver gets maximum sentence
November 24, 2004
Cindi Trager used to joke that if she looked out the window of her home and saw a grizzly bear coming she’d probably see her son, Shawn, going out to make conversation.
Injuries, illness hamper Baker University women
November 24, 2004
There were times in the second half on Saturday when Baker University head coach Susan Decker could look at a bench deep in talent and only find two players healthy enough to play.
Baker’s Reeves makes HAAC first team again
November 24, 2004
OLATHE — John Reeves couldn’t reach his own lofty goal of 2,000 yards in 2004, but Heart of America Athletic Conference coaches knew he was still one of the HAAC’s top backs.
Baker soccer team falls in nationals
November 24, 2004
OLATHE — A magical season carried Baker into the second round, but the Wildcats couldn’t pull off another big victory Friday at the NAIA National Championships.
Thanks for explaining school district policy
November 24, 2004
Wall’ can’t stop Lauridsen at NY Marathon
November 24, 2004
Hitting the wall” took on new meaning for Baldwin High School’s Kyle Lauridsen when he recently ran in the New York City Marathon. A series of injuries that occurred during his training for the 26-mile marathon had kept him from running any further than 15 miles at one time before the event. But, he was determined to run the race to accomplish his goal and fulfill his senior project.
Letters to the editor
November 24, 2004
Baker men continue roll with win over Ottawa
November 24, 2004
OTTAWA — David Ward and his Baker teammates are on a roll. Ward, a transfer from Johnson County Community College who also starred at Paola High School, hit five three-pointers and scored 21 points as Baker defeated Ottawa 69-57 Saturday in Wilson Field House. He had three three-pointers and 16 points Thursday when the Wildcats beat Haskell Indian Nations University in overtime.