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Baldwin schools make state standard of excellence
May 19, 2005
It was time for all Baldwin School District schools to celebrate Wednesday after discovering every school had made the state’s standard of excellence in at least two exams. Marion Springs Elementary School once again received the standard of excellence on all three tests.
Midland Railway train back on track; High St. open
May 19, 2005
Less than 24 hours after a Midland Railway train left its tracks right at the Midland Railroad Depot, an expert crew arrived and had the train back on track and the street reopened. The railroad crew from Liberty, Mo., arrived in Baldwin at about 9 a.m. Thursday and had the street cleared by noon.
Grants for High Street are welcomed developments
May 19, 2005
Deaths
May 19, 2005
Bulldogs end season in first-round action
May 19, 2005
Despite hitting the ball and reaching base, the Baldwin High School softball team was unable to score any runs in its regional loss to Spring Hill Monday night.
BHS boys track finished third at league
May 19, 2005
Despite an additional three teams and an hour delay for weather, the Baldwin High School boys’ track team managed a third-place finish at the Frontier League Championship here last Thursday.
Column: Individual records up for debate
May 19, 2005
This past weekend, Tiger Woods ended his streak of making the cut at 142 tournaments, leaving the critics to ponder where his streak lies in the sport world.
BHS alumnae take second at nationals
May 19, 2005
Johnson County Community College freshman Jamie Lawrenz and Kalie Harris earned All-American honors at the National Junior College Athletic Association Tennis Tournament last week.
A budding playwright
May 19, 2005
A $500 cash prize was given to nine-year old Aubrey Rinehart for winning the annual Playstages Playwriting contest with her play “The Lucky Penny.”
It’s graduation time
May 19, 2005
It’s time for seniors to bid farewell to their institutions this weekend in Baldwin City as Baldwin High School and Baker University will be celebrating commencements.
Heritage theft with a hook
May 19, 2005
As the book on Heritage Tractor thefts goes, the latest chapter has turned out to be a strange one indeed.
Ball field lighting project ‘candles’ up
May 19, 2005
Baldwin City Council members were updated on the ongoing relighting project at the ball fields north of the Baldwin High School parking lot at Monday’s meeting.
KDOT grants downtown Baldwin wish
May 19, 2005
Revitalization of downtown Baldwin City cleared one of its biggest hurdles Tuesday when the city was awarded grants totaling $2.254 million from the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Baldwin Briefs
May 19, 2005
Fore! BHS golf team state-bound
May 19, 2005
The Baldwin High School golf team brought their best game when it counted, and that was at regionals Monday, as it qualified for the state meet.