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School Board Agenda
February 10, 2005
Letter to the Editor
February 10, 2005
Watching public dollars
February 10, 2005
Deaths
February 10, 2005
BHS wrestlers win ‘Pack the House’ duals
February 10, 2005
The Baldwin High School wrestling team faced tough opponents at its annual “Pack the House” senior night duals on Thursday.
BHS girls use 20-2 run to get victory
February 10, 2005
GARNETT — It took a late 20-2 run for the Baldwin High School girls basketball team to pick up a Frontier League victory here Friday night. The Bulldogs ended their three-game losing streak with a 14-point victory over Anderson County, 53-39.
Tsunami relief from BJHS
February 10, 2005
In an effort to help tsunami victims, the Frontier League middle schools worked together to raise $11,038.54, which was presented to Heart to Heart International.
A fair amount of science
February 10, 2005
On Thursday night, relatives, friends and others came out to Vinland Elementary School to see the students’ science fair displays.
Local elections just around the corner
February 10, 2005
There are plenty of candidates and even a window of time still open to register to vote for the upcoming primary election for position No. 4 on the Baldwin School Board.
Jail time looms for offenders
February 10, 2005
There will be a new tool in the box for the Baldwin City Police Department in enforcing laws. It’s jail time.
Snow belts Baldwin
February 10, 2005
As huge snowflakes fell Tuesday morning, everyone became believers in yet another strongly forecast winter storm. But, when all was said and done, the four to six inches of snow didn’t cause many problems and didn’t even close schools.
Chocolate Auction: ‘Alice Ann would have loved it’
February 10, 2005
Alice Ann’s auction was awesome. Sunday’s 17th annual Chocolate Auction, staged by the Baldwin Community Arts Council, was dedicated to the memory of the late Alice Ann Callahan-Russell, who started the auction in 1988 and was instrumental in forming the BCAC. She died in April, but her legacy lives on as evident by the auction which totaled a record-breaking $9,036. “Really? That’s great,” said Tom Russell, Alice Ann’s husband, when told of the record fund-raiser. “I’m glad to hear that. I’m sure it had a lot to do with Alice Ann. I think that was the motivation behind it all, with everyone showing their memorium. “It’s a great thing, the chocolate auction,” said Russell. “They’ve always made at least $1,000 since it was started. I doubt they’ll top that ($8,800) in a long time. What they do is great.”
About the arts and that digit
February 10, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
February 10, 2005
Bulldogs beaten in overtime
February 10, 2005
GARNETT — The rematch between the Baldwin High School boys basketball team and Anderson County went down to the wire here Friday, with Baldwin losing 60-58 in overtime.
Thoren promoted at Baker
February 10, 2005
Baker University football coach Jason Thoren was named the Wildcats new defensive coordinator last week, after Brian Boyle left Baker to take a job at Avila University Wednesday.