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Council gets look at ECO2
January 18, 2007
For the second time in about a month, committee members of ECO2 came to Baldwin City to present information regarding their efforts to bring a long-range plan to Douglas County designed to make areas of industrial use and green space coincide.
Column: Missing trophies need new home
January 18, 2007
Some are in display cases, while others are in classrooms or cabinets. There are even a few sitting atop a shelf in the copy room. They are brown, wooden and contain a team photo.
Bulldogs rested up for Gardner, Top Gun
January 18, 2007
Friday’s postponement may have dampened some spirits, but it gave the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team a rest before it heads into the final half of the season.
Wanted: A home for BHS state trophies
January 18, 2007
Oh where, oh where have all the trophies gone? That is one question Baldwin High School girls’ track coach and former BHS girls’ basketball coach Ted Zuzzio wants answered. “We just need more trophy space,” Zuzzio said.
Early lead propels BIT victory
January 18, 2007
A speedy 12-2 lead turned into a blowout as 11 players scored points for the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team Tuesday night. BHS made quick work of Topeka Cornerstone in the first round of the Baldwin Invitational Tournament. BHS won 78-46 to advance to the semifinals.
District’s AYP becoming more of a concern
January 18, 2007
It’s happened in Lawrence and it may be happening here in the near future. State schools may reach the standard of excellence rating on the Kansas State Assessment exams, but can fail to meet Adequate Yearly Progress for the same test.
Pip’ provides heartache, thrills
January 18, 2007
This is just a doggone good one. When Ken and Diane Wagner’s Yorkshire Terrier, “Pip,” came up missing Jan. 6 at dog sitter’s Darren and Sherri Zerr’s house, there was wide-scale panic. The dog had gone out to take care of “business,” along with Zerr’s dogs. Pip had stayed there before when the Wagners were out of town, such as this time when the Wagners helped move their oldest son, Jeff, to his first-job out of college in Chicago. Pip was the least of Diane’s worries. “That was the last thing I said to Sherri when we left,” said Diane. “I was a basket case.”
Deadline approaching
January 18, 2007
Baldwin Briefs
January 18, 2007
Congressional briefing: Roberts — Bush reversal on warrantless wiretaps ‘good news’
January 18, 2007
Here are today’s headlines from the Kansas congressional delegation: