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BHS principal search is on back burner
April 6, 2006
Before Baldwin High School can begin to look for its next principal to replace Allen Poplin, the district must follow a few guidelines, according to Supt. James White.
BHS makes capitol appearance
April 6, 2006
The Baldwin High School cross country teams have received many honors and been recognized by many people, but a trip last Thursday was a new experience for everybody. The Bulldogs were invited to spend the day at the state capitol in Topeka and be introduced in front of the Kansas Legislature. State Rep. Tom Holland set the day up for the Bulldogs.
Most city projects get an OK
April 6, 2006
It was three-fourths go, one-fourth hold on the funding for capital projects at Monday night’s Baldwin City Council meeting. All four projects had been lumped together — Downtown Enhancement, Women’s Bridge, Kapelle property and storm drainage improvement on High Street just south of Liston Stadium — for action at Monday’s meeting.
Please just get me to the church on time
April 6, 2006
Natalie Schmidt’s dream day was almost ruined by weather. Fortunately, the Baldwin High School counselor was able to move her wedding to Baker University, after the University of Kansas announced Danforth Chapel would be closed until August. “I was definitely just happy to find a place, but (Osborne Chapel) is really gorgeous and very pretty inside,” Schmidt said. “Going in there made me feel a lot better, with all of the space downstairs.”
Bulldogs battle Hays in slugfest; split games
April 6, 2006
In the first three games of the season, the Baldwin High School softball team has experienced the highs and lows in three vastly different games. The Bulldogs (1-2) split games with Hays on Friday, before losing at Osawatomie Monday.
Garcia, relays pace BHS girls at first meet
April 6, 2006
WELLSVILLE — Despite a third-place finish to De Soto by one point, Baldwin High School girls’ track coach Ted Zuzzio was happy with his team’s performance at the Baldwin Invitational here Friday. The Bulldogs opened their season with their annual home meet, which was held in Wellsville this year because of construction at Liston Stadium. Eudora won the meet with 114 points, while De Soto (81) took second and Baldwin (80) placed third.
June will be jumping with many events
April 6, 2006
June is going to be a busy month in Baldwin City and the city council gave its blessing to two events which will close streets in and around downtown on consecutive weeks.
BHS boys bring home BIT championship
April 6, 2006
WELLSVILLE — Led by six first-place finishes and runners-up, the Baldwin High School boys’ track team started its season off strong as it won the Baldwin Invitational here Friday night. The Bulldogs scored 145 points, which was enough to hold off Pittsburg (127) and crush the rest of the field which only had two of 12 teams score 50 points or more.
Grand slam lifts Bulldogs in opener
April 6, 2006
Baldwin High School’s Ryan Jorgensen started his senior season off with a memorable home run. Down by one run in the seventh inning, Jorgensen cranked a grand slam over the left field wall, giving the Baldwin High School baseball team an 11-8 win over Osawatomie in its season opener Monday.
Letters to the Editor
April 6, 2006
Ruby Louise Brann
April 6, 2006
Rory G. Kennedy
April 6, 2006
Olive Marie Julian
April 6, 2006
More volunteers are needed
April 6, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
April 6, 2006
A bunch of April Fools nonsense
April 6, 2006