Archive for Thursday, February 24, 2005

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1Board position No. 4 candidate Chip Hornberger
February 24, 2005
Board position No. 4 candidate Chip Hornberger
February 24, 2005
On the campaign trail
February 24, 2005
BHS girls fall to rival Cardinals
February 24, 2005
Not even a 14-point halftime lead was enough for the Baldwin High School girls basketball team, as it lost 42-39 at Eudora on Tuesday night.
One forum is set as vote nears
February 24, 2005
As next week’s primary election looms at least one candidate forum has been set, but another remains in limbo.
Electric shock is finally good
February 24, 2005
Although it won’t take affect until April, it looks like city residents and business will see their electric bills go down. That’s no April Fool’s joke, either.
Hungary for Mathematics
February 24, 2005
Baker University students, Tyler Inzer and Nicholas Williamson, are excited about their chance to study mathematics in Hungary next fall.
BJHS’s Sansom casts spell
February 24, 2005
What do the words “zucchini” and “occupancy” have in common? A Baldwin Junior High School eighth-grader correctly spelled both and became a three-time winner Saturday in the Douglas County Spelling Bee. Marianne Sansom had been there and done that, but this year she especially wanted to earn the title of county spelling champ.
Board position No. 5 candidate Bill Busby
February 24, 2005
Perry’s $1 million gift establishes Baker chair
February 24, 2005
A philanthropist with longstanding ties to the Kansas City area has donated a $1 million gift to Baker University to support research and study of the American West, Baker president Daniel M. Lambert announced Monday.
Letter to the Editor
February 24, 2005
Deaths
February 24, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
February 24, 2005
Bulldogs drop games
February 24, 2005
It was the best of times and it was the worst of times for the Baldwin High School boys basketball team during its 64-53 loss at Eudora on Tuesday night.
BHS wrestlers qualify seven
February 24, 2005
Seven Baldwin High School wrestlers qualified for state, as the team took second place at the Class 4A regional meet in Fort Scott on Saturday.
Brecheisen balks at Baker’s complex plans
February 24, 2005
A proposal to the Baldwin City Council by Baker University officials for the continued expansion of the Charlie Richard Sports Complex which would include closing one city street and restricting traffic on another brought a spirited discussion Monday night.