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What Baldwin City Christmas activities are you attending this year?

Response Percent
I attended the Light Parade and will attend Vespers
None of the above
I attended the Light Parade
I will attend Baker University Vespers
I will attend local school functions
Total 53

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Commuter Forecast for December 3, 2009
December 3, 2009
Expect a very chilly start to the morning along with breezy conditions and reduced speeds along Interstate 70.
New coaches for opening games concern BHS coach
First contest will be Friday at Central Heights
December 3, 2009
Eric Toot isn’t worrying too much about beginning the 2009-2010 season with four games away from home. Baldwin High School’s boys’ basketball coach is more concerned with the unfamiliarity of a trio of new coaches. The Bulldogs start the season with games against Central Heights, Louisburg and Anderson County.
BHS girls hit road early in December
Bulldogs start Friday night at Central Heights
December 3, 2009
Although the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team’s first opponent of the season is a small school, coach Bob Martin knows his squad can’t overlook its challengers. Martin’s Bulldogs open the season at 6 p.m. Friday at Central Heights. A year ago, Baldwin defeated the Vikings 32-24 at home.
Neighbors: Ralph Tanner
December 3, 2009
Name: Ralph Tanner Occupation: Retired
Holiday lights
December 3, 2009
Tammy Michael was depending on Mike Thompson’s forecast Saturday night. Well, he was correct. “We had a beautiful night,” said Michael, event committee member, about the Channel 4 weatherman’s forecast. “Mike Thompson was right.”
BHS wrestlers begin Saturday at Gardner
December 3, 2009
Emotions are running high in the Baldwin High School wrestling gymnasium in anticipation of Saturday’s season-opening tournament. After three weeks of practice, the Bulldogs will begin their 2009-2010 season at the Blazer Invitational. Wrestling will begin at 9 a.m. in Gardner.
Baker Vespers
December 3, 2009
Matthew Potterton, assistant professor of music and new music director, will be conducting his first Baker University Christmas Candlelight Vespers after the retirement of John Buehler, who had been in charge for decades. Potterton answers vespers questions.
District feels budget-cut pinch again
December 3, 2009
With the latest round of budget cuts from the state, the Baldwin School District will lose $359,944 from this year’s budget on top of the $310,000 already lost. Unfortunately, that’s not the worst of it, said Supt. Paul Dorathy.