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White set to retire from helm
November 17, 2005
After serving for more than six years, Supt. James White announced his retirement Monday night at the conclusion of the school board meeting.
MSES salutes area veterans
November 17, 2005
Patriotic songs and stories filled the air of Marion Springs Elementary School Friday as the MSES students celebrated Veterans Day in a reader’s theater format. Several children took turns reading from “America’s White Table,” written by Margot Theis Raven. “We all felt like we needed to do something for Veterans Day,” MSES librarian Rita Tutschulte said. “I stumbled on to this book and thought it would be perfect for a reader’s theater.”
Wildcats end season, look toward next year
November 17, 2005
As the Baker University football season ended Saturday with a 37-14 loss at Lindenwood University, the team began to look toward next year and how much experience was gained this year. The Wildcats finished the season with a record of 3-8, but had a chance to win many games. “We were good at times early and competed against everybody,” coach Mike Grossner said. “Then the last half we started winning those games and now we are upset if we don’t win, which is good.”
Back to basics, conditioning for Bulldogs
November 17, 2005
Gyms around Baldwin City are busy after school again, and that can only mean one thing, winter sports teams at Baldwin High School have begun practicing.
Pulvers resigns as Baker soccer coach
November 17, 2005
After compiling a record of 126-80-14 in 10 years, Baker University men’s soccer coach Ron Pulvers announced his resignation last Thursday. Pulvers has accepted a position at California State University at San Marcos as director of soccer and head men’s and women’s soccer coach.
Survey shines on district highlights
November 17, 2005
It was recognition time for Baldwin High School teams, the school district and the Baldwin Education Foundation, along with discussion time at Monday’s school board meeting. The board invited Jim Yonally, Jayhawk Consulting Services Inc., back to share the results of the district’s recent telephone survey. “I don’t know if I’ve ever come back to a school with so much positive to say,” Yonally said. “It was extremely positive throughout.”
Cash crops better than expected
November 17, 2005
In a word, farming weather this year was, well — weird. “It was a weird weather year, that’s for sure,” said Dale Bunch, whose been farming for decades around the area. He lives and farms east of Baldwin, but was cutting a field of soybeans south of town Saturday just into Franklin County.
Chanute account doesn’t add up
November 17, 2005
It seems that the claims made by Chanute High School fans that they were targeted by a parking ticket onslaught while attending the Nov. 5 state playoff game here were exaggerated.
Death
November 17, 2005
What’s in community’s future with facilites?
November 17, 2005
Letter to the Editor
November 17, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
November 17, 2005