Archive for Thursday, March 17, 2005

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School board position No. 2 candidate David Norris
March 17, 2005
School board position No. 2 candidate Lonnie Broers
March 17, 2005
Open gym brings wide variety of community
March 17, 2005
The opening of the Baldwin High School gym that started about seven years ago has blossomed into a community event on Sunday evenings.
An ‘inspiration to everyone’
March 17, 2005
After being born with a birth defect, Baldwin High School senior Andreas Brandenberger has learned to adapt to any situation. Brandenberger was born with phocomelia, a birth defect that caused undeveloped arms and two digits on each hand. “From a young age, I always knew I was going to have to figure things out on my own,” Brandenberger said.
Agreement finally made
March 17, 2005
Next year’s budget and accepting the teacher’s negotiation settlement were among the many topics discussed at Monday’s Baldwin School Board meeting.
A grant over the Rainbow
March 17, 2005
Rainbow Experience Preschool will be offering a scholarship program to families to allow more children into the school, with the help of a grant and corporate sponsor. Less than two weeks ago, Rainbow received a $3,000 grant from the Douglas County Community Foundation. “We were excited,” said Angel Fursman, REP board of directors president.
Some luck with March Madness
March 17, 2005
Death
March 17, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
March 17, 2005
Column: Making my March Madness predictions
March 17, 2005
It’s my favorite time of the year: March Madness. The madness begins today, and I couldn’t be more excited. Of course, I filled out some brackets and entered a pool, even though I never do any good.
Another basket full of money for BJHS
March 17, 2005
It was another successful fundraiser for the Baldwin Junior High School as it raised more than $2,500 at its annual basket auction on March 9.
Registration deadline nears as election looms
March 17, 2005
With the general election just weeks away in which four positions each are open on both the Baldwin City Council and Baldwin School Board, residents and patrons still have time to register to vote.