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School board candidates give views at forum
February 22, 2007
A dozen questions were fired at them and all three school board candidates running for the at-large position answered them all Thursday night. Only three days after the city council forum, the school board members took the stage in front of nearly 20 patrons. They answered questions ranging from the district’s budget to drug testing to all-day kindergarten.
City Hall changes are in line for next week
February 22, 2007
Replacing flooring in City Hall will bring changes in city business Monday through Friday of next week. Work crews will be replacing carpet and tile in City Hall. Because of that, residents with business there should go to the north door on the corner of Eighth and High streets instead of the usual Eighth Street entrance.
Council business is routine
February 22, 2007
Retirement, redoing subdivision regulations, updating an electrical contract and a yearly employee review were among the items on a fairly routine Baldwin City Council agenda Monday.
Verhaeghe racks up 53 points in pair of BHS victories
February 22, 2007
After a double overtime loss to Ottawa, the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team has responded with two marginal victories. BHS defeated De Soto 57-50 and Kansas City Turner 53-48, but lost a heartbreaker to the Cyclones 71-63 on Feb. 14.
BHS boys survive OT scare from Wildcats
February 22, 2007
If momentum has anything to do with how a team performs in the postseason, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team looks to be ready for sub-state Monday. The Bulldogs (14-5) added three more wins to their record last week in preparation for Monday’s contest against Tonganoxie at 7 p.m. in the Baldwin Junior High School gym.
Bulldogs regain regional crown
February 22, 2007
Hosting one of the four Class 4A regional tournaments proved to be a success for the Baldwin High School wrestling team. The Bulldogs qualified eight for state, three winners and one team championship after the two-day tournament finished Saturday night.
Triumph overcomes tragedy
February 22, 2007
Josh Wood has experienced more highs and lows in the past three months than most high school seniors will ever face. In light of the tragedy that the Baldwin High School senior went through in November, he has overcome several obstacles in his path to qualifying for the state wrestling tournament.
Tuesday primaries to narrow field to 8
February 22, 2007
It’s down to the wire for 10 candidates seeking four seats on the Baldwin City Council and Baldwin School Board. Primary elections for both are Tuesday.
MSES, BJHS win state-wide awards
February 22, 2007
Gus Wegner and Connie Wright were told to attend the Feb. 12 Board of Education meeting with members of their staff, without knowing why. Supt. Paul Dorathy had a surprise waiting for the two district principals. “I had no idea what to expect,” said Wegner, Marion Spring Elementary School principal. “I had met with Mr. Dorathy the Friday before the meeting and he said he wanted to invite me and my staff to the meeting. I said ‘may I ask why?’ He said ‘I’m not going to tell you.’ That’s all he said.” Early in the school board meeting, the surprise announcement came. Baldwin Junior High School and MSES received the Governor’s Achievement Award for their performances on the 2006 Kansas State Assessments. The Baldwin schools were only two of 74 in the state that received the awards.
City council candidate Ken Wagner
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Ted Brecheisen Jr.
February 22, 2007
Lorelyn K. Smilie
February 22, 2007
Robert P. Howell
February 22, 2007
Baldwin Briefs
February 22, 2007
Applause for district schools is well deserved with awards
February 22, 2007
It’s time to vote for our future
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Kenny Niehoff
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Jason Mock
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Nancy Brown
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Jennifer Hayes
February 22, 2007
City council candidate Tony Brown
February 22, 2007