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County clerk makes ruling on school board candidate
January 27, 2005
Election officials in the Douglas County Clerk’s office determined that Jay Hundley, who filed to run for the Baldwin School Board Tuesday, is in the district for position No. 6, not No. 4 as originally thought. There was initial confusion, but after a map of the Baldwin districts was sent to the office, it was determined that Hundley, who lives south of U.S. Highway 56, will run for position No. 6 against incumbent Ande Parks.
Thanks candidates
January 27, 2005
Deaths
January 27, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
January 27, 2005
Baker men drop consecutive HAAC games
January 27, 2005
FAYETTE, Mo. — Another freshman set a career-high, but couldn’t keep Baker from losing its fourth straight game.
Robinson dominates in Baker victory
January 27, 2005
FAYETTE, Mo.- Points came from every direction as Baker held off Central Methodist University 70-65 Saturday at CMU’s Puckett Field House.
Column - Boys basketball tourney fun to watch
January 27, 2005
In case you missed it, this year’s Baldwin Invitational Tournament provided the crowd with exciting games and amazing shots.
BHS boys bounce back to take third
January 27, 2005
After a crushing defeat by Lincoln College Prep on Friday night, the Baldwin High School boys basketball team bounced back on Saturday to beat Turner High School for third place at the Baldwin Invitational Tournament.
Wrestling BIT brings talent
January 27, 2005
Saturday’s Baldwin Invitational Wrestling Tournament will feature many good teams, including the 18th ranked team in the country along with two of the top three teams in Class 4A.
Award surprises Lenning
January 27, 2005
When his father died in 1988, LeRoy Lenning briefly considered leaving the family farming business. But his love of the land led him to buy his own farm the next year and to continue the tradition with his family.
Flying tsunami relief
January 27, 2005
A former Baldwin High School graduate and Eudora High School teacher now in the Air Force is flying cargo planes of supplies to tsunami-ravaged areas in southern Asia.
Interterm game time
January 27, 2005
A group of Baker University students now have the knowledge of how to create their own computer games, after taking an Interterm class.
Brooks at Baker for MLK event
January 27, 2005
Kansas City, Mo., City Councilman Alvin Brooks will provide the keynote address as Baker University honors the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with a service at 11 a.m. today at the Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel.
Kelley honored with trail award
January 27, 2005
Local historian Katharine Kelley, one of Baldwin City’s most revered icons, made a little history of her own Saturday.
Candidates finally flock to openings
January 27, 2005
It came down to the wire Tuesday, but when the noon deadline passed to file for eight openings for Baldwin City Council and Baldwin School Board, there was a full slate of 18 candidates to choose from instead of just the three from a week ago.
Cornelius served at Eisenhower’s 1953 inauguration
January 27, 2005
Last week’s presidential inauguration brought back memories for Marvin Cornelius, who worked the first inauguration parade for President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. Cornelius told his friend Jim Borgeson the story of the parade. “I thought this was a great story,” Borgeson said. “When I heard that he had done this, I thought this is pretty cool.” Cornelius helped control the crowd for the presidential inauguration parade, while he was stationed in Washington, D.C., during his service in the U.S. Army.
BHS girls beat Piper, fall to DeSoto
January 27, 2005
The Baldwin High School varsity girls basketball team dropped its second straight game to DeSoto on Friday, but came back to beat Piper on Tuesday to make its record 7-3.