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Brown tops Coen for 10th district seat
November 6, 2008
It was a close race for the 10th District House of Representatives race, but Tony Brown, D-Baldwin City, pulled out the victory Tuesday night.
Ground game leads Bulldogs past Stags
November 6, 2008
ROELAND PARK — Baldwin High School’s football team demonstrated its ability to have a short memory when it comes to losses here Tuesday night. For the second time this season, the Bulldogs (8-2) bounced back from a defeat in just a few days. This time, the Bulldogs’ victory kept their season alive.
Holland defeats Pine for senate seat
November 6, 2008
Democrat Tom Holland unseated incumbent Republican Roger Pine in the state Senate’s 3rd District during Tuesday’s general election.
These times they are a changin’
November 6, 2008
When I awoke early Tuesday morning, way too early, I noticed something right away. It was the wind blowing hard. I thought at the time that it was the wind of change. Turns out, it was.
City council gives nod to first responders
November 6, 2008
Baldwin City moved a step closer to an agreement with Douglas County to provide first responders at Monday’s city council meeting.
BHS boys haul home 13th straight state trophy
November 6, 2008
WAMEGO — For the first time in 12 years, the Baldwin High School boys’ cross country team didn’t leave here with gold or silver. In hindsight, BHS did earn its 13th consecutive Class 4A state trophy.
Baker rallies for upset victory
November 6, 2008
No more will Baker University football players grouse about the monotony of the two-minute drill during practice sessions. Not after the Wildcats staged a dramatic comeback in the last 91 seconds to overhaul Missouri Valley, 26-22, on Saturday afternoon at Liston Stadium.
BJHS basketball teams off to hot start
November 6, 2008
The Baldwin Junior High School girls’ basketball teams are off and running in 2008, while bringing home three wins on opening night last Thursday.
Bulldogs lose to Eudora, stay alive for playoffs
November 6, 2008
Baldwin High School football coach Mike Berg had about 90 seconds to make a season-changing decision here Thursday night. After his Bulldogs scored the final touchdown of the game with 21 seconds remaining in the contest, Berg had two choices.
Recipe for repeat success
November 6, 2008
Winning a state championship is every high school team’s ultimate accomplishment. In fact, having the chance to win back-to-back state titles — which happened Saturday at Wamego — would seem twice as hard as winning the first.
BHS girls win fifth state championship
November 6, 2008
WAMEGO — Several members of the Baldwin High School girls’ cross country team had their best races of the season here Saturday. That culminated in the Bulldogs’ fifth Class 4A state championship in seven years.