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BHS girls missing numbers early
March 20, 2008
Although March weather has been troublesome so far for sports’ teams, it’s not been the biggest concern for Ted Zuzzio. Readiness and lack of running shape has the Baldwin High School girls’ track coach worried with the first meet only eight days away. Monday will be the first time the entire girls’ team has practiced in nearly three weeks.
Bulldogs move up to third
March 20, 2008
Another Frontier League title is within Baldwin High School’s grasp, but it will take a strong effort by five teams this spring. This championship is the All-League sports standings. It’s the unofficial standings of all eight schools according to how each team finished in the Frontier League.
BHS’s Roger sets sights on national prize
March 20, 2008
Baldwin High School junior Madeline Roger has won the 2008 Kansas State Poetry Out Loud competition and will travel in April to Washington, D.C. to compete in the national finals.
Wellness Festival to run April 5
March 20, 2008
The sixth annual Community Wellness Festival, a free health fair for the Baldwin City community, is set for 9 a.m. to noon April 5 at the Collins Center, Sixth and Fremont streets.
RWD No. 4 lawsuit hits snag
March 20, 2008
The city of Eudora won a small victory against Douglas County Rural Water District No. 4 last Thursday when a federal court granted a motion to dismiss the first count of the water district’s lawsuit.
Easter events set for Saturday
March 20, 2008
When asked about this year’s annual Easter egg hunt, Christie Lund doesn’t want a repeat of last year’s event. Rainbow Experience Preschool was forced to move its annual egg hunt inside a year ago. Gusty winds and temperatures in the 30-40 degree range made the decision a no-brainer.
Young local voters among those at political forefront
March 20, 2008
While young voters are not known for their political involvement, usually voting in lower numbers than any other age bloc, this primary season has seen a surge in youth participation. That includes voters in Baldwin City.
Bulldogs preparing for opening meet
March 20, 2008
With the first meet just eight days away, Baldwin High School boys’ track coach Mike Spielman is trying his best to physically prepare his team.