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Support to be offered to military families
September 30, 2004
Iraq seems like a long way from Baldwin City, but it’s not. There are around 30 people with Baldwin ties involved with military effort and one that’s just getting ready to depart.
From start to finish
September 30, 2004
Between the bus ride and the apple picking and the petting zoo, the field trip to the apple orchard proved to be pretty exciting for kindergartner Sydney Clem. But one part topped everything else as her favorite. “I got to go to the petting zoo,” she said. “My favorite animal was that donkey, small, I mean short. I mean his name was Shorty.” Sydney and the rest of the kindergartners from Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center spent Tuesday morning at Fieldstone Orchard, just east of Overbrook.
Death
September 30, 2004
Theft occurs at Heritage yet again
September 30, 2004
Heritage Tractor was a victim yet again when a lawnmower was stolen from the John Deere dealership over the weekend.
Letters to the editor
September 30, 2004
Baldwin in brief
September 30, 2004
Blues, barbecue event to benefit LAC
September 30, 2004
Sandy Cardens is hoping a combination of music, food and art will bring people downtown Saturday night. The Lumberyard Arts Center Project is sponsoring the first ever Blues & BBQ beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
BHS girls cross country takes first
September 30, 2004
It was another victory in the books for the Baldwin High School girls cross country team Thursday at the Ramsey Invitational in Prairie View. The Bulldogs were once again led by freshman Heather Garcia who took the individual title with a time of 12:21.
BHS boys cross country wins easily
September 30, 2004
Superman himself would have been impressed by the speed of the Baldwin High School varsity boys cross country team at Prairie View Thursday. The 5 kilometer course had no fight for the Bulldogs as they trampled through it. The Bulldogs easily won the race with a perfect score of 15 points. As it has been all season, leading the pack was junior Keith Cowart. He managed to get out quick and maintain his stride throughout the entire race. Cowart won the race with a time of 16:46.
This was a flight to remember
September 30, 2004
Baker falls hard to MidAmerica
September 30, 2004
A host of factors conspired against the Baker University Wildcats Saturday as they fell 61-28 to No. 12-ranked MidAmerica Nazarene in Heart of America Athletic Conference play. In the first half, it was an air show put on by MidAmerica that did most of the damage as the Pioneers passed for 425 yards and 36 second-quarter points. In the second half, turnovers became the plague for Baker.
Bulldogs drop first game of season
September 30, 2004
Ill-timed miscues proved to be the undoing of Baldwin High School’s unbeaten season Friday night at Louisburg. Penalties, fumbles and interceptions led to a 13-12 loss at the hands of the Wildcats. Statistically, BHS was better. The Bulldogs rushed for 225 yards to Louisburg’s 90. But, on too many occasions, BHS would be driving, only to be stalled by a yellow flag or some sort of bobble.
Baker sports roundup
September 30, 2004