Archive for Thursday, April 2, 2009

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New York man sentenced as a result of Baldwin City police online sting
April 2, 2009
Chalk up another online sexual predator conviction for the Baldwin City Police Department.
Callahan headed to another honorary tournament
April 2, 2009
Baldwin High School senior Alan Callahan will complete his high school competitive career by taking part in the NHSCA Senior Nationals Wrestling Tournament in Virginia Beach this weekend.
Shoemaker leads youth wrestlers at state meet
April 2, 2009
Three Baldwin youth wrestlers placed in the Kansas Kids State Wrestling Tournament last weekend at the Topeka Expocenter.
High school baseball, softball games rained out
April 2, 2009
Once again, spring weather has affected high school sports. Today’s baseball and softball games between Baldwin High and De Soto have been rained out.
Commuter forecast, April 2, 2009
April 2, 2009
We’re looking at wet conditions on the roads this morning. We’ll have winds out of the north between 20-30 mph. No construction delays are expected.
It’s time to get out, vote
Our View Editorial
April 2, 2009
It’s finally almost show time. On Tuesday, Baldwin City voters will go to the polls to choose a mayor and two Baldwin City council members. They’ll be joined by rural voters to give the nod for three Baldwin School Board members.
Stormy weather
April 2, 2009
With severe spring weather here again, City Administrator Jeff Dingman answers questions about the warning system for Baldwin City.
Neighbors: Kit Harris
April 2, 2009
Name: Christopher “Kit” Harris Occupation: Administrator, teacher, coach at Baldwin High School
Couple jailed after implicating each other
April 2, 2009
A Baldwin City couple landed in Douglas County Jail Friday after each pointed the finger at the other on nonrelated crimes.
Wellness festival washed out
April 2, 2009
Dire predictions of winter weather dumping 7 to 9 inches of snow on Baldwin City Saturday wiped out the Community Wellness Festival. It was canceled.
BJHS track teams ready to start season Tuesday
April 2, 2009
Once the Baldwin Junior High School track season gets rolling Tuesday, the Bulldogs stay busy for several weeks. They will participate in seven meets during a five-week span, which concludes with the Frontier League meet May 9. The Bulldogs’ season starts at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Eudora.
Bulldogs slip in all-sports standings
April 2, 2009
A less-than-par winter season caused Baldwin High School to drop a spot in the mythical Frontier League all-sports standings. After a fall season that brought home two league cross country titles and a runner-up finish in football, the Bulldogs dropped a notch in the standings. They fell from second to a third-place tie with rival Eudora.
Home meet to kick off BHS track season
April 2, 2009
Expectations are about to become a reality for the Baldwin High School track teams. Both Bulldogs’ squads will once again be starting their seasons at home. On Friday, BHS will host the annual Baldwin Invitational. It will begin at 3:30 p.m. at Baker University’s Liston Stadium.
Howard hits winning halftime shots
April 2, 2009
Allison Howard nearly lost out on winning $500 to her younger sister. She tried to pass the chance off to her sister. In the end, the Baldwin High School sophomore entertained an Allen Fieldhouse crowd.
Community, Boy Scouts fill food pantry
April 2, 2009
Freezing rain and a light snowfall Saturday morning didn’t stop Boy Scout Troop 65 from picking up contributions from the community. On Saturday afternoon, boxes and boxes of food items filled the Community Food Pantry.
Tuesday election draws interest
April 2, 2009
Tuesday’s elections for Baldwin City Council and mayor have caught the eye of Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew. He’s predicting a higher than normal turnout.