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Another court appearance for Espinales
April 13, 2006
Hinndley Espinales, the Gardner man accused in the March 4 murder of Alvin Sanchez of Olathe while both me were attending a Baldwin City party, made his second appearance Friday in court.
Legislature has district’s hands tied
April 13, 2006
As district personnel choices are being made for next year, the Baldwin Board of Education remains at the hands of the Kansas Legislature and its education funding decision.
Mumps makes its way to Baldwin
April 13, 2006
As Kansas’ mumps outbreak continues to grow, the first reported case in Baldwin is announced at Baker University and Iowa’s outbreak reaches 400, health officials are scrambling to get the word out, including the facts on who can and can’t get it.
Wiseman hire brings BCPD to full strength
April 13, 2006
Although Tom Wiseman is the newest officer on the Baldwin City Police Department, he’s certainly no stranger to the community. “I’ve lived in the county all my life,” said Wiseman, 33, who joined the department Monday. “Basically, I’ve been here.” Wiseman grew up in Vinland and is a 1992 graduate of Baldwin High School. He and his wife, Tammy, have two children, Jessica, 2, and Steven, 1.
Column: spring season to blossom soon
April 13, 2006
Well, in case no one has noticed in the last three weeks, the spring sports season is in full swing all around Baldwin City. It doesn’t seem like very long ago that the Baldwin High School basketball teams were finishing their seasons and winter sports were over. Then March flew by with spring practice and April is nearly half over.
Winter sports help BHS gain all-sports lead
April 13, 2006
After a strong winter sports season, Baldwin High School has taken a slim lead over Paola and Eudora in the Frontier League all-sports standings.
Bulldogs batter Wildcats
April 13, 2006
Having eight days to dwell on its disappointing loss at Osawatomie helped the Baldwin High School softball team rebound for a convincing sweep of De Soto Tuesday at home. The Bulldogs owned the Wildcats in both games, winning 10-0 and 13-4. “It feels really good,” coach Ginny Honomichl said of the sweep. “We needed that. We struggled against Osawatomie and now we have to get prepared for Paola. We needed these wins.”
Baker football releases schedule; begins practice
April 13, 2006
With the announcement of its fall schedule, the Baker University football began its spring practice last Thursday, hoping to improve its young players on the field and in the weight room.
BHS baseball splits twinbill with De Soto
April 13, 2006
In two completely flip-flopped games, the Baldwin High School baseball team split its first doubleheader of the season on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs (2-1) welcomed the De Soto Wildcats for their home opener. The Bulldogs dominated the first game, winning 14-3, but were dismantled in the second game, losing 14-5.
Letter to the Editor
April 13, 2006
Track talk at BHS needs some answers
April 13, 2006
Mary Isabelle Jamison
April 13, 2006
Dorothy E. Shuck
April 13, 2006
Viola V. Shay
April 13, 2006
Track talk is cheap for district
April 13, 2006
Thanks to Baker University, the Baldwin School District might be building a track for a discounted price. Jim Drew, Precision Sports Fields, was hired by Baker to lead the renovations at Liston Stadium this year. Drew attended the Baldwin Board of Education meeting Monday night to give an update on the possibility of a track for the district.
Baldwin Briefs
April 13, 2006