Archive for Thursday, April 10, 2008

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Wellness Festival draws usual crowd
April 10, 2008
Once again, it was another successful year for the annual Community Wellness Festival. Saturday’s event hosted by Baker University saw its average attendance come forth, but with more visitors having their blood work done than ever before.
Streetscape is about to be wrapped up
April 10, 2008
It’s almost over. The Downtown Streetscape Project is nearing completion, the Baldwin City Council was told at Monday’s meeting.
BHS track schedule picks up starting Friday
April 10, 2008
After a two-week hiatus, the Baldwin High School track season is about to speed up quickly. During the next 12 days, the Bulldogs will be participating in five meets.
Championship celebration
April 10, 2008
Lawrence residents weren’t the only ones celebrating Monday night. Many Baldwin City fans headed north after the University of Kansas men’s basketball team won the NCAA championship game.
Trevor’s tournament deadline approaching
April 10, 2008
Once again, co-ed softball teams are needed for an annual Baldwin City benefit tournament. The eighth-annual Trevor’s Tournament and candlelight vigil will be May 10 at the ball fields near Baldwin High School.
Four BJHS records broken
April 10, 2008
Kaitlyn Barnes left her mark on Baldwin Junior High School track last week. It was only the first meet of her career.
Jayhawks Rule
Our View Editorial
April 10, 2008
Like most every Kansan, we were jumping for joy Monday night with the University of Kansas’ thrilling overtime victory over Memphis in the NCAA basketball championship game.
Ball field equipment arrives
April 10, 2008
When future generations of school children use the baseball fields near the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center, they probably won’t think about the work that went into getting the equipment there. But for those who helped in the move, it was an experience they won’t soon forget.
Shoemaker wins third straight Kids’ State title
April 10, 2008
Bryce Shoemaker is becoming a phenom at an early age. He is taking the sport of wrestling by storm. The Baldwin Junior High School seventh grader is dominating the Kansas scene.
Amazing’ Costa Rica trip
April 10, 2008
A nine-day adventure through the Costa Rican rainforest included termite tasting, old-fashioned chocolate, swimming in the Pacific Ocean and games of duck-duck-goose. For 13 Baldwin High School students, it was one experience they won’t soon forget.
Jayhawk game prompts quick council meeting
April 10, 2008
With visions of a national championship dancing in their heads, Baldwin City Council members wasted no time with Monday’s meeting.
Column: 20 years of losses pays off with title
April 10, 2008
Call it a miracle, destiny or lucky if you want. I’m calling it awesome. Monday night capped off an amazing weekend of basketball.
Baker awards five Harter Scholarships
April 10, 2008
Baker University has named five high school seniors as recipients of the Harter Scholarship, the university’s most prestigious academic scholarship.