Archive for Thursday, May 29, 2008

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Teachers approve new salary proposal
May 29, 2008
Raises and more health insurance money are coming soon for Baldwin School District educators.
Baker University string players
May 29, 2008
The Baker University Lab School String Group made its public debut May 6 performing Suzuki selections and fiddle tunes prior to the Baker University Lab School Spring Recital.
BHS girls enjoy golden relay
May 29, 2008
The highlight of Heather Garcia’s final state track and field meet was helping a trio of her teammates win their first track gold medal at the state level.
Freshman Howard medals at state meet
May 29, 2008
While the Baldwin High School girls’ distance runners scored the majority of points here over the weekend, there was one Bulldog who medaled at her first state track and field meet.
Fantastic finale
Heather Garcia ends career with two golds, one school record
May 29, 2008
Kansas High School Class 4A distance running won’t be the same next year and many girls will be overjoyed. For the first time in four years, there will be a new winner in the two long distances races at the state meet in 2009.
District strives to stay ahead
Technology Timetable part III
May 29, 2008
With the rapid changes in the technology industry and highly-competitive surrounding districts, the Baldwin School District is working hard to stay on the cutting edge.
Black Jack celebration planned
May 29, 2008
On Saturday, Civil War enthusiasts and others will once again be in the Baldwin City area, celebrating the 152nd anniversary of the Battle of Black Jack.
BHS boys end meet with victory
May 29, 2008
It was all about going out in style here Saturday night. That’s exactly what the Baldwin High School boys’ track and field team did.
Another busy June for Baldwin City
01:00 a.m., May 29, 2008 Updated 03:53 p.m.
The first two weekends in June will be packed with the usual assortment of events, including garage sales, Thomas the Tank Engine and Planes, Trains and Automobiles.