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October 28, 2004
BCPD receives grant to enforce traffic safety
October 28, 2004
A grant awarded to the Baldwin City Police Department will enable officers to spend more time enforcing traffic safety.
Traffic signal in place
October 28, 2004
At long last, the traffic signal at the intersection of U.S. Highway 56 and Sixth Street is finally becoming a reality.
No decision yet for 15-year-old
October 28, 2004
No decision has been made by the Douglas County District Attorney’s office on whether charges are warranted against a 15-year-old Baldwin boy for his threats on an Internet Web site.
Holland touts first-term record in House
October 28, 2004
Rep. Tom Holland is using his record in an effort to be re-elected to his second term in the Kansas House.
Halloween fun is just around the corner
Baldwin residents don’t have to go far for Halloween activities
October 28, 2004
Those who like to scare and to be scared have to look no further than Baldwin for Halloween activities this weekend. From a train of terror to a scary hay ride to a traditional haunted house, Baldwin has multiple opportunities for those who want to do something in addition to trick or treat for Halloween.
Race heats up after candidate talks at church
October 28, 2004
While 10th District House of Representative candidate Rich Lorenzo says he “misspoke,” there’s no doubt the “hot button” was pushed in the heated race against incumbent Tom Holland.
Lorenzo looks at health care, education
October 28, 2004
Rich Lorenzo might be new to the political scene, but he knows he possesses the skills needed to represent the 10th District.
Baldwin in brief
October 28, 2004
Baldwin students to head to polls for Kids Voting
October 28, 2004
When Baldwin City’s students go to the polls for the first time in the Kids Voting Kansas program Tuesday, they won’t all be getting the same ballot.
Baker sports roundup
October 28, 2004
Baker basketball ready to roll
October 28, 2004
With a roster dominated by freshmen and sophomores, many from the immediate area, the Baker Wildcats are working hard in preparation for the Tuesday opener against Haskell University.
BHS volleyball season comes to an end
October 28, 2004
The Baldwin High School volleyball team’s season came to an end Saturday at the regional tournament with a two-game loss to Tonganoxie, 16-25 and 8-25. It was a merciful end to a long season for the Bulldogs, who had a disappointing season following last year’s team that finished second at state.
Now it’s time to get out and vote
October 28, 2004
BHS girls win regionals again
October 28, 2004
It could not have gone better for the Baldwin High School girls cross country team and freshman Heather Garcia Saturday. At the Class 4A regional meet in Tonganoxie, Garcia broke a course record and led the Bulldogs to another regional championship. Garcia recorded a time of 11:47, three seconds faster than the previous record.
BHS boys run to regional title
October 28, 2004
The Baldwin High School boys varsity cross country team was able to pull off an easy win at the Class 4A regional cross country meet Saturday in Tonganoxie. The unchallenging course lacked hills, allowing many of the boys to run their fastest times this year.
Bulldogs top Eudora to claim district title
October 28, 2004
EUDORA — Baldwin High School’s defense came through yet again Thursday night as the Bulldogs forced three turnovers, which paved the way for a 14-6 victory and the district title for the first time in years. The victory means the Bulldogs will play host to a first-round Class 4A State playoff game Tuesday night at Liston Stadium and capped an 8-1 regular season finish. “It was a great game,” said coach Mike Berg. “Our defense really came through like they have all year.”
Letters to the editor
October 28, 2004
First half dooms Baker on Richard’s day
October 28, 2004
A 28-0 hole that Baker University dug for itself in the first half Saturday against No. 8-ranked Lindenwood was too much for the Wildcats to overcome. But, they gave it a shot. With the stadium full and the players wearing the old black and orange uniforms in honor of Charlie Richard Day, the Wildcats fought back in the second half, but fell short 35-21.
Bulldogs dominate Santa Fe Trail
October 28, 2004
It’s been a big year for Baldwin High School football and it will continue as the Bulldogs shoot for their first district title tonight against Eudora. Regardless of the outcome, BHS has qualified for the first round of Class 4A state playoffs Tuesday for the third straight year. But, there’s been another first for the BHS program under seven-year head coach Mike Berg.