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BHS soccer game at Ottawa shutout … by rain
September 11, 2008

Today’s Baldwin High School soccer game at Ottawa has been postponed because of rain.

Douglas County included in flood watch
September 11, 2008

Douglas County is included in a flood watch that the National Weather Service issued Thursday morning.

BHS girls place second at first meet
September 11, 2008
The season has officially started for the Baldwin High School varsity cross country girls’ team. After placing second at last week’s Anderson County Invitational, the team is determined to do better.
Weiss, Wright lead boys to easy victory
September 11, 2008
The Baldwin High School varsity boys’ cross country team started its season with a bang by placing first at the Anderson County Invitational on Thursday.
OT penalty kick lifts Bulldogs
September 11, 2008
Nick Barkley found the way to score goals as a defender on the soccer field. It’s simple - be the most confident and reliable penalty kicker on the team.
Trailblazers remain powerful 5A opponent
September 11, 2008
If the Baldwin High School football team wants to begin the season 2-0, it must defeat a school that is nearly double its size. The Bulldogs will also have to defeat a team it hasn’t beat since 2005.
Wildcats ready to start HAAC season
September 11, 2008
After the drubbing his team took against Tennessee-Martin Saturday, Baker University football coach Mike Grossner is ready to start the conference season this weekend.
Bulldogs beat Panthers 21-7
September 11, 2008
For the first time since 2005, the Baldwin High School football team has won its opening game of the season. Led by senior Sam Beecher, the Bulldogs beat the Panthers 21-7 here Friday night.
Habitat House takes another step closer
September 11, 2008
The kickoff for the Habitat for Humanity build in Baldwin City took place Sunday. The lot dedication took place on Sunday for the Habitat lot at the corner of 11th and Fremont streets.
Art classes to benefit LACP again
September 11, 2008
Nationally known artist and teacher Tricia Spencer will return to Baldwin City this month to teach classes again. Proceeds from the classes go to the Lumberyard Arts Center Project.
Cuppa Java set for Friday
September 11, 2008
That’s right, the annual Art Walk finale Cuppa Java is Friday. Ordinarily, the Baldwin Community Arts Council’s Art Walks are on the third Friday of the month. This is the second Friday.
Cancer benefit train is Saturday
September 11, 2008
In recognition of childhood cancer, the Cunningham family of Baldwin City has teamed up with Midland Railway to offer a special train ride via the railway’s historic passenger train. The funds raised at the event will benefit local pediatric cancer treatment at Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics.
School board OKs planning
September 11, 2008
It looks as if the Baldwin School Board is trying to be proactive in its approach to improving the local school district. After months of brief discussion about strategic planning, the school board sat through a presentation by Greenbush, a consulting firm, at Monday’s meeting.
Letters to the Editor
September 11, 2008
One letter for the school district’s bond issue and one against it.
Bond issue outcomes draw discussion
September 11, 2008
So what happens if the 2008 Baldwin School District bond issue doesn’t pass in the November election? It’s not a topic the school board wanted to talk about a few months ago, but Supt. Paul Dorathy forced the issue at Monday’s meeting.