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Deaths
October 14, 2004
Baldwin in brief
October 14, 2004
Program to prepare residents for emergencies
October 14, 2004
A series of classes that will soon be offered in Baldwin could come in handy if the community were to ever experience a disaster or emergency.
Interim BHS assistant principal chosen
October 14, 2004
Kit Harris has been named interim assistant principal at Baldwin High School in an in-house move designed to bring help on the administrative side.
Baldwin teen questioned about possible plans to disrupt Maple Leaf Festival
October 14, 2004
Possible plans that involved using pipe bombs and firearms at this weekend’s Maple Leaf Festival were interrupted by Baldwin police last week.
Negotiations deadlock
Teachers, school board unable to reach agreement over contracts
October 14, 2004
It’s two months into the new school year, but the Baldwin teachers are still working under last year’s contract.
Lacking color?
Leaves might not peak in time for Maple Leaf Festival
October 14, 2004
The Maple Leaf Festival might not be as pretty this year as in past years. “I don’t think we’re going to have a lot of red,” said Roger Boyd, Baker University biology professor. Which he said will probably be disappointing to some people. The Maple Leaf Festival is always the third full weekend in October, a time that is supposed to be prime for the fall foliage, especially red Maple leaves.
School board gives OK to BJHS wrestling program
October 14, 2004
The arguments for and against were the same, only the sport had changed. In a manner strikingly similar to last month’s soccer program adoption, the Baldwin Board of Education approved the addition of a junior high wrestling program at Monday’s meeting.
8th and Ames booths
October 14, 2004
Letter to the editor
October 14, 2004
Baker sports roundup
October 14, 2004
BHS girls win Sabetha Invitational
October 14, 2004
It was another big victory for the Baldwin High School girls cross country team Thursday. The girls ran to another victory at the Sabetha Invitational. Leading the way for the Bulldogs was freshman Heather Garcia.
BHS boys run to another title
October 14, 2004
When the gun fired, so did the pistons in the Baldwin High School Bulldogs’ legs. The varsity boys didn’t flinch an inch during the Sabetha Invitational, finishing with a near-perfect score of 18 points.
BHS blasts Prairie View in final tune-up
October 14, 2004
Fresh off crushing Prairie View 48-0 Friday night, Mike Berg’s Baldwin High School Bulldogs can now put their sights on the “real season.” District play starts Friday at Liston Stadium against Spring Hill.
Maple Leaf Festival is rite of fall passage
October 14, 2004
BPW craft booth list
October 14, 2004
As always, there will be plenty of craft booths
October 14, 2004
Sharon Vesecky believes everyone should be able to find at least one craft booth that will interest them at this year’s Maple Leaf Festival. Approximately 400 booths will line the streets of Baldwin, offering a wide variety of items for people to see, eat and buy.
Ballad of Black Jack’ set for 18th performance
October 14, 2004
This year’s “Ballad of Black Jack” will bring together both new and familiar faces as a cast of 49 presents the historical musical for the 18th year, with a cast drawn from 11 towns and cities. Performances are on Maple Leaf Festival weekend, with a Friday show at 7 p.m., Saturday shows at 1:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. and Sunday’s matinee at 1:30 p.m.
Children’s parade is popular, too
October 14, 2004
Consider it the opening act for the grand parade. The Maple Leaf Festival’s annual children’s parade is slated to run again this year in downtown Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. Saturday, just 15 minutes before the start of the grand parade.
Everyone always loves the Maple Leaf parade
October 14, 2004
Lloyd Lam believes, whether it’s the marching bands, the floats or the car clubs, there should be something in the Maple Leaf Festival grand parade to amuse almost everyone. “There’s just a lot of fun stuff,” Lam, parade organizer, said.
Parade to feature Santa Fe Trail
October 14, 2004
The selection of John Jackson as this year’s Grand Marshal for the Maple Leaf Festival seemed obvious to Nancy Crisp. In a year when the festival’s theme is “Celebrating the Santa Fe Trail,” she said it’s appropriate to honor Jackson because of his dedication not only to the Maple Leaf Festival, but to the Santa Fe Historical Society as well.
Downtown area craft booth list
October 14, 2004
Music tents offer tunes for everyone
October 14, 2004
There will be numerous free entertainment options for music lovers at this year’s Maple Leaf Festival. As usual, the familiar country music tent will be in its normal spot on the High Street lot between the post office and the former lumberyard.