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BHS girls overcome offensive woes
January 11, 2007
LOUISBURG — Poor shooting from the field and the free throw line didn’t stop the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team from notching a win here Tuesday. Despite only making 14 of 47 (30 percent) shots and 16 of 31 free throws, the Bulldogs (4-2) won their second Frontier League game by defeating Louisburg 48-42.
Final match decides dual champ
January 11, 2007
It came down to the final weight class and Baldwin High School needed a pin from junior heavyweight Cameron Scruggs. The BHS wrestler nearly had his opponent pinned twice, but eventually lost in points as the match went the distance.
Police make several arrests
January 11, 2007
After a New Years weekend without a driving under the influence arrest, Baldwin police notched the first two DUI arrests of 2007 over the weekend. They also had the third arrest of the year for domestic violence.
Decisions ahead
January 11, 2007
School board eyes list of capital needs
January 11, 2007
Now that the financial problems look to have subsided in the Baldwin School District, the Board of Education has a list of capital projects that it wishes to complete.
Architects to outline plans for bond issue
School board to decide between three firms’ ideas
January 11, 2007
A special meeting has been called by the Baldwin Board of Education to help it determine which architect firm it will use for its possible upcoming bond issue.
Board signs dotted line for virtual school
January 11, 2007
High school students in Kansas will have one more option for virtual schools come next fall. A unanimous vote by the Baldwin Board of Education approved the contract with Insight Schools Monday night. The board voted 6-0 to accept the contract.
Helicopter crash causes quite a buzz
January 11, 2007
Ron Hughes is used to hearing helicopters fly over his farm east of Baldwin City. But, last Wednesday, the sound was different. This was a smaller helicopter and something didn’t sound right. It wasn’t. A De Soto couple aboard the home-built copter had mechanical trouble and ended up crashing into Hughes’ pasture, sending cattle running and emergency personnel searching. Jim Dohrman, the 45-year-old pilot, could laugh about it a week later. “I didn’t do it on purpose,” said Dohrman, who has been a pilot for 20 years, but only took up flying helicopters a few years ago. “No, that was the first time I did that.”
Quick start helps BHS boys beat rival Wellsville
January 11, 2007
Unlike its previous game, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team wasted no time in taking the lead Friday night against rival Wellsville. On Jan. 2, the Bulldogs took their first lead of the game with nine seconds remaining in their 44-43 win over Paola. Friday’s contest wasn’t so close.
Bulldogs rout Eagles
January 11, 2007
One way to get over a tough loss is to blow out your next opponent. Just ask the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team. After losing to Paola last week, the Bulldogs bounced back with a 39-point rout of Wellsville. BHS (4-2) beat the Eagles 72-33 at home Friday night.
Second-half rally falls short for Bulldogs
January 11, 2007
LOUISBURG — A late charge that saw the Bulldogs take the lead ended with a desperate three-pointer here Tuesday night. The Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team was unable to complete its rally against its Frontier League opponent.
Baldwin Briefs
January 11, 2007
Barbara Joanne Flanner
January 11, 2007
Othie Eugene Johnson
January 11, 2007
Letters to the Editor
January 11, 2007