Archive for Wednesday, November 25, 2009

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Will Saturday's game against Missouri be Mark Mangino's last as the Kansas University head football coach?

Response Percent
Yes
 
52%
No
 
23%
Depends if KU makes a bowl game
 
23%
Total 68
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Commuter Forecast for November 25, 2009
November 25, 2009
Expect a chilly Wednesday commute with some reduced speeds between Lawrence and Topeka.
Baker gala nets $135,000 in donations
November 25, 2009
Baker University raised more than $135,000 for general scholarships at “The Baker Magic” annual gala and auction on Nov. 14 at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center in Kansas City, Mo.
BHS basketball teams schedule alumni scrimmages
Boys’ team using event as fundraiser
November 25, 2009
Both Baldwin High School basketball teams will be hosting alumni scrimmages next month, but Eric Toot is changing the way he does the boys’ contest this year. Instead of having his boys’ squad scrimmage a handful of recent graduates, the BHS coach wants alumni to play alumni as a fundraiser for the program.
Letters to the Editor
November 25, 2009
To the editor: On behalf of the Baldwin Education Foundation, I would like to thank the sponsors, players and raffle donors for making the third Bunko for BEF a huge success. The event raised more than $1,400 for the foundation.
Neighbors: Mark Dunn
November 25, 2009
Name: Mark Dunn Occupation: Computer Hardware Technician
History lessons
November 25, 2009
Q. In the 1920s the Baldwin City Garden Club created a civic activity that still impacts Baldwin today. What was it?
Santa Claus, Light Parade coming to town tonight
November 25, 2009
For the 10th year, Baldwin City will be starting its Christmas season with lights, dancers, carolers and Santa Claus. While the primary festivities won’t begin until 5:30 p.m. Saturday, the man from the North Pole will be stopping in town during the morning hours.
The Pie Lady’
November 25, 2009
Most of the year, you will find Mary Jane Chubb in a kitchen making and baking pies. It’s been that way for more than 20 years. She does leave the kitchen most days to enjoy her retired life. Unless it’s the holiday season, then she might be stuck in her kitchen for days.
Team Djibouti ‘sandstorms’ Flatland Freezer
Off the Rim column
November 25, 2009
What’s the best way to celebrate one’s first-ever tournament championship in his new-found sport?