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Time for district brooms
January 26, 2006
First quarter shooting helps Bulldogs beat Wildcats
January 26, 2006
After hitting 10 of 12 shots in the first quarter, the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team cooled its shooting down, but never lost its lead as it beat the DeSoto Wildcats 53-42 last Thursday night at home.
BHS girls survive, advance in Top Gun
January 26, 2006
WELLSVILLE — What started out looking like a blowout, soon became a struggle for the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team Tuesday night in the opening round of the Top Gun Tournament here.
BHS wrestling team takes second at Washburn duals
January 26, 2006
The Baldwin High School wrestling team found itself in the finals of the Washburn Rural Championship Duals Saturday, after placing third the past three years. The Bulldogs were the No. 3 seed in the tournament.
Wrestling tourney loaded with talent again
January 26, 2006
This weekend’s Baldwin Invitational Wrestling Tournament will once again be brining some of state’s best wrestlers to Baldwin City, while also bringing a national top 10 school.
Family matters are part of Myers’ draw
January 26, 2006
Northeast Kansas has many draws for Scott Myers, mostly family related, which is why he applied for the superintendent job opening with the Baldwin School District.
Hansen likes area among other qualities
January 26, 2006
A chance to live closer to her children and be part of a growing community was enough for Carol Hansen to apply for the superintendent job opportunity with the Baldwin School District.
Convicted felon still working at Baldwin High
January 26, 2006
A convicted felon hired as the head custodian at Baldwin High School remains on the job as an “at-will” employee until the Baldwin School Board makes a final decision on employment at its Feb. 13 meeting, according to Supt. James White.
Superintendent search underway at district
January 26, 2006
Beginning Monday with the first candidate, the Baldwin Board of Education has begun its interview process with the final applicants for the new superintendent to replace James White, who is retiring. The school board brought in a candidate Monday and Tuesday, but had its candidate for Wednesday cancel after accepting a job elsewhere. Today, the final applicant will be touring the district and being interviewed by the school board. “I think they are going extremely well,” School Board Member Ruth Barkley said of the tours and interactions. “We have managed to get them in every building throughout the district. I think by 9:30 at night, they are extremely tired.”
No, there’s really no reason for depression…really
January 26, 2006
Bulldogs finish fourth at BIT
January 26, 2006
After a tough loss to Ottawa Friday night, Baldwin High School boys’ basketball coach Heath Cooper hoped to see his team bounce back Saturday night and pick up a win. The Bulldogs came within seven seconds of doing just that.
Fate of mobile homes remains in limbo
January 26, 2006
Although the status quo for Baldwin City’s five mobile home parks has been the norm for decades, an end is in sight. Whether that comes from action by the Baldwin City Council or pure and simple economics, the hand writing is on the wall.
BHS grad is final candidate for superintendent
January 26, 2006
Baldwin High School and Baker University alumnus Brad Neuenswander is the third candidate this week to interview for the superintendent job opening with the Baldwin School District.
Harold J. Brohammer
January 26, 2006
Douglas G. Bowen
January 26, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
January 26, 2006