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Maple Leaf Festival schedule 2004
October 7, 2004
Maple Leaf Festival draws near
October 7, 2004
It’s almost that time again. Baldwin City’s famed Maple Leaf Fesitval is just around the corner. This year’s festival will be Oct. 16-17. The Signal will be publishing its annual Maple Leaf Festival issue in the Oct. 14 issue. It will also be included in that day’s Lawrence Journal-World.
Letter to the editor
October 7, 2004
Death
October 7, 2004
Investing in downtown makes good sense
October 7, 2004
BHS volleyball struggling for wins
October 7, 2004
Once again, the Baldwin High School varsity volleyball team had trouble Saturday. The Bulldogs came up short to finish the day 1-3.
Bulldog boys take second at Topeka
October 7, 2004
No one would have thought that the Baldwin High School boys would have been able to trot with Lawrence-Free State Thursday at Topeka. However, after previously being defeated at the Rim Rock Classic by Free State and others, Baldwin flew with the Firebirds for a close second-place finish.
BHS girls win at Hayden cross country
October 7, 2004
The Baldwin High School girls varsity cross country team ran well at Topeka Hayden Thursday. It was a small meet with only four teams competing.
Bulldogs blow past Cyclones
October 7, 2004
Big plays and a healthy dose of defense kept Baker University unbeaten in Liston Stadium this season as the Wildcats handed the Avila Eagles a 28-7 loss Saturday. But, mostly, it was that healthy dose of defense that helped the Wildcats grab the homecoming win in their third start of the season at Liston. BU held Avila to a measly 44 yards on the ground and 45 through the air for a total of 89 yards. The Cats also forced two turnovers.
Doctors join forces at family medicine practice
October 7, 2004
David Jones, long-time practicing D.O. in Baldwin City, joined forces with Dr. Kevin Hughes at the Family Medicine of Baldwin City practice on Friday.
Record harvest looms in Douglas County
October 7, 2004
Thanks to this summer’s abundant rain, Douglas County farmers are poised to have a record corn and soybean harvest this fall.
Help is on the way at Baldwin High
October 7, 2004
Baldwin School District Supt. James White says help is on the way to ease the supervision load at Baldwin High School.
Blues & BBQ
October 7, 2004
Good food and good music combined Saturday night to spell good fortune for the Lumberyard Arts Center Project, which raised around $3,000 from the 250-plus people who attended the first-ever Blues and BBQ event. “I thought it went great,” said Sandy Cardens, arts center steering committee member. “I wish it would have stayed a little warmer a little longer. It got a little chilly when the sun went down. “Toward the end, we started running low on supplies, so that was good,” she said. The crowd started showing up around 5:30 p.m. and was treated to plates of barbecue and all the trimmings. At about 6 p.m. the music started with Glen Stansberry, a 2002 graduate of Baldwin High School, first on stage.
Baker defense keys victory
October 7, 2004
Big plays and a healthy dose of defense kept Baker University unbeaten in Liston Stadium this season as the Wildcats handed the Avila Eagles a 28-7 loss Saturday. But, mostly, it was that healthy dose of defense that helped the Wildcats grab the homecoming win in their third start of the season at Liston. BU held Avila to a measly 44 yards on the ground and 45 through the air for a total of 89 yards. The Cats also forced two turnovers.
Baldwin briefs
October 7, 2004
Baker sports roundup
October 7, 2004
New, old offerings make weekend great
October 7, 2004
Downtown revitalization clears hurdle
October 7, 2004
With a unanimous vote Monday night, the Baldwin City Council took the first step toward a downtown revitalization plan that would change the face of the historic area.