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Council, district to meet
May 4, 2006
There was a glimpse at the old and the new with an agenda that didn’t have much meat at Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting and a third May meeting was scheduled which will bring the council and the Baldwin School Board together.
Spring Hill woman killed at Junction
May 4, 2006
A late-afternoon accident at the Baldwin Junction killed a 20-year-old Spring Hill woman and sent another to a Kansas City area hospital in critical condition.
Collaboration a key to school district
May 4, 2006
In its nearly two years of existence, the collaboration days within the Baldwin School District have brought mixed feelings from the teachers and staff district wide.
Theft ring hits over weekend
May 4, 2006
A series of thefts and burglaries over the weekend has Baldwin City police asking for help from the community. In all, at least 11 vehicles were broken into Friday night or Saturday morning.
Sprucing up history
May 4, 2006
Work crews were busy replacing the roof on the Old Castle Museum Thursday. They took several layers of shingles off the roof, made repairs and put new shingles on. At the left of Old Castle is Kibbee Cabin, the oldest building in Baldwin City. Both buildings are located on the Baker University campus.
Weather causes rare Monday track meet
May 4, 2006
Waiting three days to compete didn’t affect the Baldwin High School track teams at the Girard Invitational. The meet was scheduled for Friday, but the weather pushed the invitational to Monday. After the weekend, Baldwin still took the three-hour bus ride and came home with a girls’ title and a second-place finish by the boys.
BHS baseball rallies back to split doubleheader
May 4, 2006
GARDNER — After being run-ruled in five innings, the Baldwin High School baseball team bounced back to split its doubleheader here Tuesday night. The Bulldogs (9-4) lost to the Trailblazers 12-2 in five innings, before beating them 6-5.
Bulldogs begin busy week 2-0
May 4, 2006
GARDNER — With four games in three days, the Baldwin High School softball team will hope to carry its momentum from the last three games into this busy week. The Bulldogs (8-5, 4-3) beat Louisburg 3-0 last Thursday and swept Gardner, 7-0 and 8-2, here Tuesday.
Lorraine Carlson Gray
May 4, 2006
Time for city, district to talk
May 4, 2006
May flowers … and mumps
May 4, 2006
Baldwin Briefs
May 4, 2006