Archive for Thursday, April 8, 2010

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Polls

Will you attend any of the three upcoming school board meetings?

Response Percent
Yes, I plan to attend at least one of the meetings
 
53%
No, I will not attend any of the meetings
 
34%
Yes, I will attend a public input meeting, but not the monthly meeting
 
12%
Total 32
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BHS baseball games postponed
April 8, 2010
Today’s Baldwin High School baseball games against Wellsville have been postponed. BHS Activities Director Gary Stevanus made the announcement this afternoon.
Commuter forecast for April 8, 2010
April 8, 2010
The weather should be cold but decent for the morning drive today. There shouldn’t be any major traffic delays to slow you down so drive safely.
Baker University sports roundup
April 8, 2010
Baker rolled to a 16-4 victory over Benedictine on Monday to salvage a split of a baseball doubleheader in Atchison. The Wildcats dropped the first game 14-4.
Bulldogs pleased with opening meet
April 8, 2010
Mike Spielman was happy about the success of his Baldwin High School boys’ track team at its season opening meet last Thursday. Spielman’s Bulldogs began the season at Liston Stadium with the Baldwin Invitational. They won the 13-team meet with 128 points. Pittsburg finished second with 92.
BHS girls crush competition at home meet
April 8, 2010
Katie Kehl wasted no time in shattering a 21-year old Baldwin High School track and field record. At her first-ever high school meet, the BHS freshman crushed the school shot put record by nearly three feet. Kehl broke Marla McTaggart’s record of 36-9 3/4 that stood since 1989 last week at the Baldwin Invitational.
Letter to the editor
April 8, 2010
To the editor: This is an open letter to the Baldwin School Board and Supt. Paul Dorathy. You people have placed a terrible tax burden on the elderly and rural people by passing the school bond.
BHS artwork next at Lumberyard
April 8, 2010
The Lumberyard Arts Center will host a show by intermediate and beginner Baldwin High School art students.
Black Jack cleanup set for Saturday
April 8, 2010
Volunteers are needed to help spruce up the Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park starting at 9 a.m. Saturday just east of Baldwin City.
City council gives nod to new regulations
April 8, 2010
Tuesday’s Baldwin City Council meeting drew a small crowd and more discussion on changes in subdivision regulations, but it didn’t change much.
Easter egg hunt draws annual large crowd
April 8, 2010
Temperatures in the 70s and blue skies made a perfect Saturday morning on Baker University’s campus for an Easter Egg Hunt. Rainbow Experience Preschool’s annual event, which falls on the day before Easter Sunday, was a popular attraction again this year.
School board seeking public input
01:00 a.m., April 8, 2010 Updated 02:14 p.m.
Baldwin’s School Board will be busy during the next two weeks as it has three meetings planned. A pair of the meetings will be for community input only. The meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. The first one was Thursday and the other is April 20, both at the District Office.
BHS softball home opener ends in loss, rainout
April 8, 2010
Opening day at the new ball field complex didn’t quite go as well as the Baldwin High School softball team hoped it would go Tuesday. However, the Bulldogs have a chance to split the doubleheader on Friday afternoon.
Neighbors: Mary Lou Klein
April 8, 2010
Name: Mary Lou Klein Occupation: Pastor of St. John’s United Church of Christ