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Council hears from community center consultant
February 9, 2006
Baldwin City Council members got a first look at the work being done by a consultant to determine if a community center and other recreational items for the community are feasible.
Column: BHS games at Spring Hill should be exciting
February 9, 2006
Although it means, I will have to take back-to-back trips to Spring Hill tonight and Friday, I wouldn’t miss the Baldwin High School girls’ and boys’ basketball games against the Broncos, and neither should you.
Offensive woes hurt BHS girls in league games
February 9, 2006
After surviving a close game against Anderson County Friday night, the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team struggled offensively in its loss to Prairie View Tuesday.
Bulldogs blow out Buffs
February 9, 2006
With a highly anticipated match-up coming Friday against Spring Hill, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team blew out Prairie View 82-42 at home Tuesday night.
Ceremony was special for 1996 Bulldogs
February 9, 2006
Friday night was special for the Baldwin City community members that followed the 1996 Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team and its state championship.
Wild Friday at BHS
February 9, 2006
Baldwin City police were busy Friday with three separate incidents involving Baldwin High School students. First, there was an assault in the BHS cafeteria involving two teenage girls. Then it was reported that “dusting,” the inhaling of compressed air was going on. Finally, after school, the third incident involving BHS students bothering elementary school aged children in FireTree Estates occurred.
Annual chocolate auction set to honor Lamberts
February 9, 2006
Art takes center stage Sunday — along with a heavy dose of chocolate — when the Baldwin Community Arts Council puts on its 18th annual Chocolate Auction just ahead of Valentine’s Day again. The doors open at 1 p.m. Sunday at Baldwin High School for the usual big crowd of art supporters and chocolate lovers. The fund-raising event helps the BCAC to provide scholarships, classes, numerous art-related events and other items throughout the year. “The Chocolate Auction is not just a great way for the Baldwin Community Arts Council to raise money for its scholarships and other efforts to support the arts and it’s not just a tremendously fun event, it’s also a wonderful way to expose our community to all of the wonderful artistic talent that lives here,” said Ande Parks, BCAC board member who is chairman of this year’s event.
Weather aiding stadium construction
February 9, 2006
With the unseasonably warm temperatures, workers at Liston Stadium have been able to get ahead of schedule on the construction portion of Baker University’s final phase of remodeling to the Charlie Richard Sports Complex.
Search is on at district
February 9, 2006
With its first interview in over a week, the Baldwin Board of Education continued its superintendent search Tuesday night. It was the first interview since Carol Hansen accepted the superintendent position Jan. 30 and then declined the job Feb. 1. “We are kind of picking up the loose ends and putting it all back together,” School Board President Lonnie Broers said.
BHS JV, freshman boys add league wins
February 9, 2006
The Baldwin High School junior varsity and freshman boys’ basketball teams each added a win Tuesday, when they both beat Prairie View.
BHS wrestlers lose first league dual in two years
February 9, 2006
The Baldwin High School varsity wrestling team went 1-1 in league duals last Thursday. The Bulldogs won against Louisburg 52-21, but lost its first league dual in two years to Gardner-Edgerton 44-30.
George M. Dodder
February 9, 2006
Don Elton Randel
February 9, 2006
Letter to the editor
February 9, 2006
More unneeded SRO nonsense
February 9, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
February 9, 2006