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Halloween chills, thrills to abound in Baldwin
October 27, 2005
As in years past, Baldwin City residents will have plenty to do over the weekend in preparation for Halloween, which is Monday.
Officer’s brother dies from injuries in Iraq
October 27, 2005
Baldwin City Police Officer Lance Parker’s brother, Evan Parker, has died as a result of head injuries suffered Sunday when a grenade was tossed in his Army Humvee in Iraq. Officer Parker flew to Germany, along with their parents, and were with him in the hospital when he died.
Crane topples in FireTree
October 27, 2005
Black-box technology” may provide the high-tech answer to a crane accident in Baldwin City Monday morning, but the FireTree Estates neighbors already know what the scene was like to them. “I saw it,” said Betty Steenbock, who lives at 213 Silver Leaf Lane, just across the street from where a Polk Crane toppled over into a house under construction at 212 Silver Leaf Lane. “I couldn’t yell. I couldn’t do anything. It went slow, but it was there and you couldn’t do anything about it.
Shared thoughts on shared ideas
October 27, 2005
Ideas swirled when a group of who’s who of the Baldwin community got together last Thursday at Baker University.
Consultant to be sought for community venture
October 27, 2005
After Wednesday night’s meeting of various community interests — most notably the Baldwin City Council, Baldwin School Board and Baker University — it was decided that any possible project for a community center needed the help of a consultant.
Letters to the Editor
October 27, 2005
Deaths
October 27, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
October 27, 2005
Wildcat basketball teams ready for start of seasons
October 27, 2005
Though fall sports are still winding down, the Baker University basketball teams begin their season next week on the road.
BHS girls adjust to new course at regionals
October 27, 2005
The Baldwin High School girls’ cross country team is state bound after an impressive showing at the Kansas Class 4A Regional meet at Big Hill Lake in Labette County.
BHS boys win by 19 at regionals
October 27, 2005
There was a change of pace this year for returning Baldwin High School boys varsity runners at Labette County. It was a new course from previous regional races held at Tonganoxie.
BHS soccer ends season with overtime loss
October 27, 2005
After winning its “play-in” game Monday for regionals, the Baldwin High School soccer team finished its season with a tough loss to Kansas City Sumner in overtime Tuesday.
BHS beats SFT in preparation for Cardinals
October 27, 2005
A playoff berth and a match-up with undefeated Eudora were awarded to the Baldwin High School football team when it beat Santa Fe Trail 27-8 at Liston Stadium Friday night.
Bulldogs prepare to take gold at state
October 27, 2005
While the Baldwin High School girls’ cross country team will be trying to get back up to first place, the boys’ team is hoping to win its eighth consecutive Class 4A State Championship Saturday at Wamego.
Meeting of the minds’ was just a beginning
October 27, 2005
Wildcats survive thriller at Avila
October 27, 2005
Despite out gaining its opponent by nearly 300 yards and not allowing an offensive touchdown, Baker University squeaked out a 27-24 victory over Avila Saturday in Heart of America Athletic Conference action.
Brown, DeSpain recall 1985 World Series
October 27, 2005
On this day, 20 years ago, the Kansas City Royals won the 1985 World Series, only one day after the controversial call by umpire Don Denkinger in game six.