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BHS beats 5A, 6A schools to win meet
December 8, 2005
The Baldwin High School varsity wrestling team had an exciting start to its season, by winning the title in the ‘Show No Mercy’ dual tournament at Shawnee Mission East High School on Saturday.
Bulldogs to play for third place in tournament
December 8, 2005
EUDORA — After splitting its two games in the Cardinal Invitational here, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team will be playing for third place in its game tonight. The Bulldogs (2-1) play Bishop Ward at 7 p.m. tonight in Eudora, after losing their semifinal game 59-49 to Eudora Tuesday night.
BHS boys drain three-pointers in victory
December 8, 2005
Three-pointers and lay-ups helped propel the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team to its season-opening 72-50 victory over Santa Fe Trail at home Friday.
Bulldogs advance to tourney title game
December 8, 2005
PAOLA — Baldwin High School’s girls’ basketball team has advanced to the title game of the Panther Invitational by defeating rival Eudora 45-42 Tuesday night after beating KC Turner 35-25 Monday.
BHS girls win thrilling opener
December 8, 2005
Baldwin High School senior Ellie Meinen was clutch for the BHS girls’ basketball team in its opening game, as she scored the final six points in its 51-49 victory over Santa Fe Trail Friday night.
Holiday ballots are a real rarity
December 8, 2005
Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew knew that December elections, such as the one to be held in Baldwin City, were rare, but research done in the clerk’s office found out just how rare. It was 33 years ago, Dec. 11, 1972, when Lawrence voters went to the polls to decide a bond issue for the Lawrence Municipal Airport.
Electricity news isn’t shocking
December 8, 2005
Benefits of the new power plant and other electrical items are again playing in Baldwin City’s favor under a new agreement approved at Monday’s city council meeting. The council approved unanimously to join with four other area communities in an Energy Management Project Agreement with the Kansas Municipal Energy Agency (KMEA).
Cold temperatures can’t stop Christmas cheer
December 8, 2005
Despite frigid temperatures Sunday, hundreds of people bundled up to come out and watch the annual Light Parade and Christmas tree lighting in downtown Baldwin City. “I was amazed at all of the people that came out with such cold, frigid weather,” parade coordinator Peach Madl said.
Holiday Homes Tour features a new twist
December 8, 2005
There’s a new twist to the annual Christmas Homes Tour this year. In addition to four homes featuring holiday decorations, the Urishay Room in Baker University’s Collins Library will also be a stop on Sunday’s tour.
Weatherman comes calling for MSES crowd
December 8, 2005
Marion Springs Elementary School students received a lesson in weather and autographs from WDAF’s Don Harman, when he visited the school Thursday morning.
Deaths
December 8, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
December 8, 2005
Letters to the Editor
December 8, 2005