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Continuing King’s dream
February 3, 2005
Baker University students were asked to continue the efforts of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Thursday’s chapel service by the keynote speaker.
Sweet pay-off time for MSES students
February 3, 2005
Marion Springs Elementary School celebrated the awards it received for the 2004 Kansas State Assessment exams on Friday.
Chocolate auction being dedicated to Alice Ann
February 3, 2005
This year’s Chocolate Auction has a special twist. The 17th-annual version of what’s become a staple of the Baldwin arts scene is dedicated to the memory of Alice Ann Callahan-Russell, who started the event back in 1988. Alice Ann died in April, but her legacy to the arts continues. “I think its a great idea, really, in that she started it,” said her husband Tom Russell, a very well known artist. “We brought it back from South Dakota. We were visiting a son and daughter-in-law and they took us to a chocolate auction. We brought it back with us.” The auction has been the Sunday before Valentine’s Day for the last 16 years.
Baldwin Briefs
February 3, 2005
BHS girls lose three straight
February 3, 2005
The Baldwin High School girls basketball team dropped its fifth game out of the last six on against Paola Tuesday night at home.
Paola’s threes down Bulldogs
February 3, 2005
A barrage of three-pointers in the first 11 minutes of the game doomed the Baldwin High School boys basketball team in its 72-67 loss to Paola here Tuesday night.
BHS wrestlers finish fifth at BIT
February 3, 2005
The Baldwin High School Invitational Wrestling Tournament drew a large crowd Saturday to watch many national and state ranked high school wrestlers.
Ruona to sign with Baker
February 3, 2005
Baldwin High School’s Kyle Ruona is following his former teammate, Micah Mason, by signing a letter of intent to play football at Baker University.
It’s all about keeping government open
February 3, 2005
It wasn’t finger-licking good
February 3, 2005
Baldwin cases still in limbo
February 3, 2005
As the changing of the guard continues in the Douglas County District Attorneys office, several high-profile Baldwin cases have still not been decided on.