Archive for Thursday, April 14, 2005

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Letter to the Editor
April 14, 2005
Death
April 14, 2005
Just a tad of election, taxes, gas
April 14, 2005
Bulldogs bite Indians to keep record at .500
April 14, 2005
It was a tale of two games for the Baldwin High School softball team during its doubleheader against Hays on Friday. The Bulldogs played host to Hays and split the doubleheader to bring their record to 3-3 on the season.
City-Wide Cleanup is back on track for May 7
April 14, 2005
After a two-year hiatus, the City of Baldwin City will return with the City-Wide Cleanup. This year, the cleanup is scheduled for May 7.
Baldwin accidents prove to be minor
April 14, 2005
Within a matter of five days, two separate vehicle accidents on Douglas County roads near Baldwin City occurred which had the potential for disaster, but proved to be fairly minor. One involved a Baldwin School District bus.
School board tangles on budget items
April 14, 2005
Once again, the budget was the hot topic at the Baldwin School Board meeting, but the discussion Monday night was based around the lack of action by the board.
Herpich eyes equation end
April 14, 2005
For 40 years, C.R. Herpich has been teasing high school students with mathematical equations. In his 38 years at Baldwin High School, he could be found teaching, coaching or peering through a magnifying glass in the dark room developing film. This spring, he will retire. Jumping back a few decades, Herpich recalls being a new teacher here at Baldwin. “I had two of the greatest classes ever my first year here,” Herpich said. “My Advanced Math class and my Algebra I classes were exceptional.
Baldwin Briefs
April 14, 2005
BHS competes well at Baker relays
April 14, 2005
One school record was broken as the Baldwin High School track teams placed first and second at the Baker Relays on Tuesday.
Baker dedicates Sauder Field
April 14, 2005
Baker University held a special ceremony to dedicate its new baseball complex, Sauder Field, before the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.