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Board position No. 4 candidate Doug Mead
February 17, 2005
Board position No. 4 candidate Nathan Feldt
February 17, 2005
Baker mathmaticians headed to Hungary
February 17, 2005
In what is believed to be a first at Baker University, two mathematics students have been accepted into the Budapest Semester in Mathematics program.
Baker celebrates Founder’s Day
February 17, 2005
Baker University, the oldest university in Kansas, marked its 147th year of continual service in higher education Thursday with a Founders Day convocation at Osborne Memorial Chapel.
Letter to the Editor
February 17, 2005
A snowball’s PR chance
February 17, 2005
Bulldog wrestlers win league tourney
February 17, 2005
For the first time in 29 years, the Baldwin High School wrestling team won the Frontier League Tournament on Saturday at Louisburg.
Quilts for Soldiers keeps locals busy
February 17, 2005
Two Baldwin City women are involved in the nation-wide Quilts for Soldiers program, which gives quilts to wounded American soldiers.
Snowball suspensions a hot item for BHS
February 17, 2005
Several Baldwin High School students were suspended from school for throwing snowballs during the last three weeks.
Primary is just around the election corner
February 17, 2005
With the first of two election days just around the corner, voters are anxious to learn about the candidates. To this point, the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce hasn’t scheduled its usual candidate forums, but that’s still a possibility.
Pearson still laughing at 100
February 17, 2005
Raymond Pearson hit a milestone Saturday. The long-time Baldwin-area resident made it to the century mark when he turned 100. But, to listen to him, it was no big deal. “Well, it don’t feel much worse than 90,” said Pearson. “Probably not as bad.” Some Centurions will give secrets to their long life, whether it’s exercise, diet, avoidance of vices or even the occasional propensity to a vice or two along the way. Not Pearson.
Baldwin Briefs
February 17, 2005
Column: Girls rivalry provides another classic game
February 17, 2005
Rivalry week produced some great games around the country, and another classic game between Baldwin High School girls and rival Spring Hill.
BHS girls lose three close league games
February 17, 2005
A busy week for the Baldwin High School girls basketball team concluded with a 41-35 loss at Louisburg on Tuesday night.
Bulldogs have mixed results during week
February 17, 2005
After being blown out by Spring Hill and crushing Prairie View, the Baldwin High School boys basketball team lost a close game at Louisburg on Tuesday night 65-57.
Moving on from BHS
February 17, 2005
Three Baldwin High School faculty members had their resignations accepted at the school board meeting Monday night.
Deaths
February 17, 2005
A century of smiles
February 17, 2005
Board position No. 4 candidate Toby Ebel
February 17, 2005
Board position No. 4 candidate Ruth Barkley
February 17, 2005