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BHS graduate Roach is proud to serve country
October 6, 2005
A couple weeks at home has been very peaceful for Baldwin City’s Matt Roach, a 2001 Baldwin High School graduate, who has been on a short leave from the war in Iraq. “I’m mostly just trying to relax and take some time off,” Roach said. “It would be like taking a vacation from work for somebody else. It’s kind of what I am trying to do. I am trying to enjoy some time off.”
Maple Leaf Festival 2005 is coming
October 6, 2005
Baldwin City’s famed Maple Leaf Festival is just around the corner. The 48th version of the fall classic is set for Saturday and Sunday.
BHS boys’ cross country battles muddy course
October 6, 2005
The Baldwin High School boys’ cross country teams ran their first-ever home meet on Saturday at the Baldwin Invitational. The varsity boys snagged fourth place while the junior varsity boys followed up with sixth place.
Bulldogs lose another key player for season
October 6, 2005
Another major injury has struck the Baldwin High School soccer team as it has now dropped its last four games and fallen to a 4-6 record.
BHS volleyball struggling to finish matches
October 6, 2005
Despite a bad loss to Eudora, the Baldwin High School volleyball team played its last three opponents close, but only came away with one victory at the Wellsville Invitational Saturday.
Bands set to battle at BHS
October 6, 2005
Local musicians will be showcasing their talents at the Baldwin High School Battle of the Bands, which is being run by BHS senior Emily Garcia for her senior mastery project.
Time to step to Lumberyard Arts Center plate
October 6, 2005
Recreation goes online, council told
October 6, 2005
It’s online time for the Baldwin City Recreation Commission. Monte Ezell, commission director, outlined the new offering to the Baldwin City Council at Monday’s meeting.
Baker enrollment at all-time high
October 6, 2005
Spurred by solid numbers at all three of its schools, Baker University reached an all-time high of 3,261 students for the fall semester.
Wildcats inconsistent, lose on homecoming
October 6, 2005
Several miscues and failures to execute hurt the Baker University football team as it dropped to 0-5 with a 23-18 loss at home to Central Methodist University in a wet, sloppy game.
Passing attack leads Bulldogs
October 6, 2005
OTTAWA — Baldwin High School senior Aaron Hannon was too much for the Ottawa High Cyclones as he helped the Bulldogs beat the Cyclones in convincing fashion, 55-27, here Friday night.
Letters to the Editor
October 6, 2005
Deaths
October 6, 2005
BHS girls’ cross country run tough at home meet
October 6, 2005
With the return of its lead runner, sophomore Heather Garcia, the Baldwin High School girls cross country team eagerly awaits today’s race at Sabetha.
Just a few fall pieces together
October 6, 2005
A bank boost for the arts
October 6, 2005
Heading into the second annual Blues & BBQ Saturday, the Lumberyard Arts Center received a boost from the Baldwin State Bank, which owns the lumberyard building.
Baldwin Briefs
October 6, 2005