Archive for Thursday, September 23, 2004

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Death
September 23, 2004
Phone upgrade to connect city departments
September 23, 2004
Calling a Baldwin city department or staff member should not only get a little easier for residents, but for the city employees as well.
Baldwin PD expands capabilities
September 23, 2004
The Baldwin City Police Department now has a couple of different ways to make officers’ jobs a little easier and provide better service to the community.
Lumberyard Arts Center project anything but quiet
September 23, 2004
Though there might not appear to be much activity taking place at the Lumberyard Arts Center, the summer has been anything but quiet for the arts center project and its committees.
A closer look
Council views plans for downtown project
September 23, 2004
Baldwin City Council members got their first look this week at the finalized plans for downtown revitalization. Now it’s going to be up to them to decide whether to give the plans their stamp of approval in order to apply for a grant to help finance 80 percent of the project.
Far from home
Argentina native to spend year at BU teaching, learning
September 23, 2004
Fernanda Tubio will tell you her English could be better, just as some Baker University students would say their Spanish could use some improvement. But that’s not a problem, because by the end of the year, everyone will have hopefully improved because Tubio is attending Baker this year. Tubio, 24, will use her yearlong stay at Baker working with students as a Spanish teaching assistant. In turn, she plans to improve her English with help from the Baker community.
Baldwin in brief
September 23, 2004
Downtown revitalization plan needs public input
September 23, 2004
BHS volleyball continues to struggle
September 23, 2004
The Baldwin High School varsity volleyball squad had another disappointing night on Tuesday, losing all three matches. The first match of the night pitted BHS against Spring Hill. The Bulldogs came out strong in the first game, staying on top of Spring Hill 27-25. However, serve receive problems left the young squad battling from behind early in the second game before losing 18-25. The final game looked great for the team. Senior Bailey Stuart led the team with 11 points and eight kills. The Bulldogs, however, failed to seal the deal after leading by 11 at one point in the final game of the match.
Baker gambles, turnovers bring victory
September 23, 2004
A gambling, go-for-it all game plan Saturday night by Baker University football coach Mike Grossner paid off as his Wildcats responded with plenty of big plays to pull out a thrilling 21-17 come-back victory over Missouri Valley. “Yes, it was an exciting game,” said Grossner. “It was a very good football game. That was the game plan going in. We had to do that. Our kicking game is suspect right now.
Bulldogs throw shut out at Wellsville
September 23, 2004
With a 27-0 shutout victory over arch-rival Wellsville Friday in the renewal of the long-time battle after a three-year absence, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs find themselves in a position not seen for two decades. “We are excited to be 3-0,” said BHS coach Mike Berg. “The last Baldwin team to be 3-0 was 1981 and that team went 13-0 and was state champion. There have been some pretty good teams since then, like the 1988 team that won its first game, but lost the next two, that went on to the state finals.”
Baker sports roundup
September 23, 2004