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Board position No. 6 candidate Jay Hundley
March 3, 2005
Walbridge is candidate for mayor’s post
March 3, 2005
Going whole hog again
March 3, 2005
The Vinland Fair Whole-Hog Sausage and Pancake Supper, begun more than half a century ago, is set for 5 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 12, at the Vinland Fairgrounds. About 375 are expected to attend the event which benefits the annual fair scheduled for Aug. 11, 12 and 13 this summer.
Baker’s Sarna awarded
March 3, 2005
With a mix of professional skills and a gentle, warm demeanor, Ruth Sarna has been helping members of the Baker University community feel better for 15 years.
Letters to the Editor
March 3, 2005
Deaths
March 3, 2005
It’s basket time again at BJHS
March 3, 2005
With only six days remaining, the organizers for this year’s Fifth Annual Basket Auction are working hard to get all the baskets ready for Wednesday’s auction.
Wright hits game-winning shot to dump Eagles
March 3, 2005
The Baldwin boys varsity basketball team played its final home game against the Wellsville Eagles on Friday night, winning 73-71.
BHS girls win senior night
March 3, 2005
After a five game skid, the Baldwin High school girls basketball team rebounded to take down Wellsville 61-38 during senior night on Friday.
Bulldogs end season with loss at Louisburg
March 3, 2005
A strong first quarter by the Louisburg Wildcats doomed the Baldwin High School boys basketball team in its final game of the season, as the Bulldogs lost 83-65 Monday night in sub-state play.
Callahan lead BHS wrestlers at state
March 3, 2005
Freshman Kevin Callahan capped off his record-breaking season with a fourth-place finish at the state tournament this past weekend, which was the highlight for the Baldwin High School wrestling team.
Bulldogs set to meet Broncos
March 3, 2005
LaCYGNE — Despite not scoring a single point in the first six minutes of the game, the Baldwin High School girls basketball team advanced to the sub-state semifinal round by defeating Prairie View here Tuesday night.
Lumberyard Arts Center gets grant
March 3, 2005
With a $10,000 grant from the Douglas County Community Foundation, the Lumberyard Arts Center Project has taken another step toward reality.
BTK arrest brings relief, closure
March 3, 2005
It’s finally over for thousands of people. Wichita’s BTK has been charged with 10 brutal killings, ending three decades of terror.
Primary vote is light
March 3, 2005
Only 181 Baldwin School District voters turned out Tuesday to vote in the primary election for position No. 4 on the School Board.
BESIC thinks like Jayhawks
March 3, 2005
Comparing the school year to the University of Kansas men’s basketball team has helped the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center prepare for the state assessment exams that started Monday. “We use the analogy of KU basketball,” BESIC Principal Tom Mundinger said. “We even refer to our teachers as coaches. We start talking to the kids in August about taking the state assessment in March.” Mundinger says they start preparing for the assessments in August, just like a team starts training for the season then.
Brown is unopposed for city council post
March 3, 2005
Board position No. 6 candidate Ande Parks
March 3, 2005
Hayes seeks re-election as Baldwin mayor
March 3, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
March 3, 2005