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Bulldogs battle Turner, take victory 67-66
January 19, 2006
After falling behind 8-0 in the first two minutes of Friday’s game against Kansas City Turner, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team battled back to win by one point. The Bulldogs (8-1) beat Turner (1-8) 67-66 at home.
BHS girls ready for Top Gun after Turner victory
January 19, 2006
After jumping out to a quick 5-0 lead Friday, the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team never looked back as it beat Kansas City Turner for the second time this season. The Bulldogs improved to 7-1 by defeating the Golden Bears 51-31 at home. The Bulldogs also beat Turner 35-25 at the Panther Invitational Dec. 5.
BHS boys advance to rematch with Cyclones
January 19, 2006
In a first round where three games were decided by a total of seven points, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team survived to advance to the semifinal round of the Baldwin Invitational Tournament.
Bulldogs win dual, take tourney title again
January 19, 2006
In their annual ‘Pack the House’ dual on Thursday, the Baldwin High School varsity wrestling team came off winter break with a victory over the Burlington wildcats. The Bulldogs won nine of 14 total bouts, six of which were by fall, and won with a final score of 47-30.
Baker alum hired as NFL head coach
January 19, 2006
Baker University alumnus Mike McCarthy, who played football for the Wildcats in the mid-1980s was named head coach of the Green Bay Packers Thursday, becoming the first Baker alumnus to lead a major pro sports team.
Friday wreck claims rural woman
January 19, 2006
The victim of Friday’s fatal rollover accident about five miles south of Lawrence was Wanda Broadfoot, 54, of rural Baldwin.
Lumberyard project receives grant
January 19, 2006
With a $25,000 grant from the Ethel and Raymond F. Rice Foundation, the Lumberyard Arts Center Project has taken another big step toward refurbishing the downtown property for a home to Baldwin City’s multi-faceted arts community.
Tasty twists, Broadway top Baker Interterm classes
January 19, 2006
On Friday, another session of sometimes exciting and interesting classes will come to a close at Baker University, as the three-week period known as Interterm will finish up. Baker students are required to take an Interterm class three years. The classes that are available each year differ and also offer students a chance to travel or learn something much different than in a normal classroom. This year Tanya Sieber, Baker University catering coordinator, decided to teach her Interterm class, “You eat what you are,” again.
Fire destroys rural home
January 19, 2006
Rob Harris says if you live in the country and hear sirens, chances are you’re going to look out the window. If the sirens are close enough to be heard, it could be a neighbor is in trouble.
Wilma Broadfoot
January 19, 2006
Candy teens are interviewed; no charges filed
January 19, 2006
Five Baldwin City teenagers used poor judgment, but broke no laws last week when they offered candy to small children from their cars, according to Baldwin Police Chief Mike McKenna.
Baldwin Briefs
January 19, 2006
Letters to the Editor
January 19, 2006