Archive for Thursday, December 17, 2009

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Polls

What are your plans for Christmas dinner?

Response Percent
Staying at home
 
40%
Traveling to relative’s house
 
31%
Attending free community feed
 
23%
Other
 
4%
Total 47
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Commuter Forecast for December 17, 2009
December 17, 2009
Today’s commute might include temperatures into the 30s, a pleasant change from the frigid temperatures of the past week.
Patrons want rural schools to be closed
December 17, 2009
Before the Baldwin School Board announced its budget cuts, a pair of district patrons spoke in favor of closing the two rural elementary schools. Both patrons addressed the school board during the public comment portion of Monday night’s meeting.
Time to count birds
December 17, 2009
Roger Boyd, president of the Baldwin Bird Club, among many other titles, answers questions on the upcoming Christmas Bird Count.
Christmas Day feed is set for American Legion Hall
December 17, 2009
For the second year in a row, the Caldwell family will be putting on a Christmas Day feed for the community free of charge.
Pringle airs gripes to school board about bond projects
December 17, 2009
Bob Pringle expressed his feelings about problems with the recently renovated heating and air conditioning system at Baldwin Junior High School Monday night. Pringle’s comments to the Baldwin School Board were refuted by the DLR Group architects and mechanical engineer later in the meeting.
BJHS girls finish first, second at league
December 17, 2009
One Baldwin Junior High School varsity girls’ basketball team avenged a previous loss to Louisburg, while the other suffered a narrow defeat Saturday in the Frontier League tournament.
Hanson breaks Eudora ‘curse’ with championship
December 17, 2009
EUDORA — After years of anguish and struggle, Josh Hanson exorcised his demons here Saturday. In his four previous tournaments in Eudora, the Baldwin High School senior wrestler has left unhappy. Hanson and his coach Kit Harris believe he might have been under a curse.
Six jobs among school district cuts
December 17, 2009
There were many small cuts, including six jobs, made to the 2009-2010 Baldwin School District budget, that were approved by the school board Monday night. However, larger cuts, such as closing buildings, could happen in the near future
Late foul shots seal up BHS girls’ victory
December 17, 2009
When the pressure was high and free throws were needed, five Baldwin High School girls’ basketball players stepped up and helped their team beat Frontier League rival De Soto Tuesday night. The Bulldogs sank 17 of 25 (22 of 34 for the game) free throws in the final quarter to help them beat the Wildcats 51-40.
Third quarter slump wrecks home opener
December 17, 2009
A trio of De Soto three-pointers late in the first half seemed to stun the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team for more than a quarter Tuesday night. After the Wildcats’ sophomore Mason Wedel sank his first three-pointer with 3:10 remaining in the first half, Baldwin only scored 10 points during the next 11 minutes.