Archive for Thursday, January 20, 2005

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Letters to the Editor
January 20, 2005
Where are the candidates as election filing deadline nears?
January 20, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
January 20, 2005
Bulldog wrestlers victorious
January 20, 2005
The Baldwin High School varsity wrestling team was busy last week winning the Randy Starcher Memorial Invitational at Tonganoxie and the Burlington dual.
BHS girls defeated by rival Ottawa
January 20, 2005
The Baldwin High School girls basketball team dropped its first Frontier League game of the season, as it lost 44-36 to Ottawa Monday night to fall to 6-2 overall, 2-1 in league play.
Boys ‘compete,’ advance in BIT
January 20, 2005
For the first time since 2002, the Baldwin High School boys basketball team won its first-round game of the Baldwin Invitational Tournament. Baldwin was victorious over Frontier League opponent Anderson County 52-49 on Tuesday night, improving BHS’s record to 3-5.
Baldwin City is nominated for national honor
January 20, 2005
Baldwin City will have the chance to be nationally known after it was anonymously nominated for the American Dream Town 2006 competition by someone who put their money where their pride is.
State of Baldwin outlined
January 20, 2005
Citing past progress — most notably a reduction in the mill levy — and an eye towards a future that includes a reduction in the cost of utilities, Baldwin City Mayor Ken Hayes gave the annual state of the city address at Tuesday’s city council meeting.
Parents having fun, too
January 20, 2005
Parent Educators Robyn Elder and Angie Lewis are making the Baldwin Parents as Teachers program a success, by offering free services to district families all-year-round. “I really enjoy it,” Lewis said. “It gives the parents time to play with their children and for the kids to interact with other children.” Elder said she really likes the 12-month program because she gets to watch children grow all-year-round. “You can really get to know people, because they don’t leave in May,” Elder said. “You can really get to know families.” Parents as Teachers took over the old district office building 6 months ago, and have turned turned it into the FRC. They currently serve around 80 children from birth to five-years-old.
2005 State of the City Address
January 20, 2005
As we enter the year 2005 we can look back over the accomplishments of the previous year with pride and a sense of accomplishment. Our city has made strides toward improvement in services on many different levels.
Baker Briefs
January 20, 2005
Baker University sophomores Kyrstan Hubbel and Becky Weaver are spending the spring 2005 semester living and studying in a picturesque British college. Weaver transferred to Baker specifically to take part in the study-abroad program.