Archive for Thursday, June 5, 2008

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In case of tornado warning, BJHS gym to be open for storm shelter
June 5, 2008

If there’s a tornado warning issued tonight, Baldwin City residents who need shelter can go to Baldwin Junior High School.

BHS takes second in mythical standings
June 5, 2008
League championships aren’t a necessity to be highly competitive in the world of high school athletics. The Baldwin High School 2007-08 school year is one primary example.
Civil War’s beginnings relived
June 5, 2008
On what Kerry Altenbernd calls sacred ground, the beginnings of the U.S. Civil War can be relived.
Hit-and-run suspect can be tried for murder
June 5, 2008
A Douglas County judge on Tuesday ruled that a woman charged with driving into and killing two highway workers last year can be tried for murder.
Letter to the Editor
June 5, 2008
Loves Baldwin City
Bond numbers are finally set in stone
Our View Editorial
June 5, 2008
We’re glad to finally have a firm number in hand on what the Baldwin School Board will ask for voters to approve for the upcoming bond issue.
Mundinger, Gresnick return to district
June 5, 2008
A pair of decisions came down Monday night affecting the Baldwin School District at the elementary and junior high levels.
City to sell capacity to Gardner
June 5, 2008
For what looks to be the last time, Baldwin City will be selling electrical capacity to Gardner and this year the price tag is higher. It’s also probably the last year it will happen.
Distance running shoes tough to fill
Off the Rim column
June 5, 2008
It’s hard to believe her four years have already come and gone. It seems appropriate to say time flies, especially when watching her fly around a track or cross-country course.
Bond issue price tag: $22.9 million
June 5, 2008
An official price tag was approved by the Baldwin School Board Monday night. The 2008 bond issue is priced at $22.9 million. The cost was approved unanimously at the meeting when the board voted to make a resolution that will be voted on June 23.
Olympian donates to Baker athletics
June 5, 2008
Ken Chertow assisted Baker University in starting a new sport. He made a small donation to Baker last year after the first year of his camp here in Baldwin City ended.
Embarq lends helping hand
June 5, 2008
Diane Niehoff recruited help - lots of it - to help the Lumberyard Arts Center’s facelift project. Her help came from the corporate world.