Archive for Thursday, March 5, 2009

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Commuter forecast, March 5, 2009
March 5, 2009
There are no adverse conditions affecting this morning’s commute. A south wind could push your car around on the highway, but nothing serious is expected.
Neighbors: Robin Bayer
March 5, 2009
Baldwin City’s Robin Bayer
Education support
March 5, 2009
Kathy Gerstner, executive director of the Baldwin Education Foundation, outlines what the foundation is about, including the upcoming State of the District Breakfast on March 12.
Cooks click at Baldwin High
March 5, 2009
Opening a restaurant in the near future? If so, four Baldwin High School students could help you plan nearly every aspect of your new business. They designed a wood-fired oven pizzeria at the eighth annual Kansas Restaurant and Hospitality Association’s ProStart Student Invitational two weeks ago in Wichita.
Runner-up finish disappoints Callahan
March 5, 2009
SALINA — In lieu of not achieving his ultimate goal, Alan Callahan did leave here Saturday with his best finish ever. For the first time in his four-year career as a Baldwin High School wrestler, Callahan reached the finals of his weight class.
Every Bulldog won a state match
March 5, 2009
SALINA — Day one here was a success — everyone survived. Day two ended quickly with tough losses. In just a matter of 90 minutes, four Baldwin High School wrestlers’ seasons came to a close at the Class 4A state tournament.
Column: Signal celebrates 10th birthday
March 5, 2009
Join with us this morning in singing happy birthday to the Baldwin City Signal. The Signal is 10 years old today. The first issue was printed on March 3, 1999. That was after four months as a special section of the Lawrence Journal-World called the “Baldwin Report.”
Letter to the editor
March 5, 2009
Here’s two votes for Wagner
Council candidate forum set for March 25
March 5, 2009
A candidate forum featuring the eight people running for Baldwin City Council and mayor will be at 6:30 p.m. March 25 on the Baker University campus.
First-round exit shocks Bulldogs
March 5, 2009
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Momentum didn’t roll over from last Thursday to Monday night here for Eric Toot’s Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team. After defeating rival Ottawa on the road, 56-51, in what Toot called their “best game of the year,” the Bulldogs struggled in their opening round sub-state contest.
Thunder’s run dooms BHS girls’ sub-state
March 5, 2009
LENEXA — In the beginning, it was all Bulldogs. In the end, the Bulldogs were barking. However, there was too much Thunder in the middle here Tuesday night.
City council approves annexation of 42 acres of land
March 5, 2009
Baldwin City took the first step to getting bigger Monday at the city council meeting, but it’s not huge growth. The Baldwin City Council approved the annexation of three tracts of land Monday on first reading. Council members will vote again in two weeks for the final stage of bringing the 42 acres of land into the city.
Baker sports roundup
March 5, 2009
Baker University’s women’s basketball team closed the regular season with a 72-61 victory over Graceland on Monday at the Collins Center.