Archive for Thursday, April 22, 2010

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BHS sports washed out today
April 22, 2010
Baldwin High School’s spring sports scheduled for today have been rained out.
BHS boys’ tennis competes well at BIT
April 22, 2010
The Baldwin High School tennis team was very pleased with its finishes last week at the Bonner Springs Tournament and the Baldwin Invitational Tournament.
BHS baseball loses doubleheader
April 22, 2010
LOUISBURG — After winning the opening game on the new varsity field last week, Baldwin High School baseball’s players left here Tuesday with two losses they’d soon like to forget.
Offense comes alive as BHS sweeps Louisburg
April 22, 2010
LOUISBURG — MacKenzie Flory ended her hitting slump here Tuesday night. Unfortunately, there was a casualty during the play. During the fourth inning of the second game, Flory came to the plate with one runner aboard.
Times continue dropping for Bulldogs
April 22, 2010
Baldwin High School’s track and field teams continued to improve their times last weekend at the prestigious Kansas Relays. Medals and top finishes are hard to come by at the meet, in which many of the best high school and collegiate athletes
Letter to the editor
April 22, 2010
To the editor: To the Baldwin City and Baker University community — “wow” and “thanks!” You are an amazing group of people and I could not have been more proud to live here than I was on Sunday night.
It’s been an adventuresome April
Around Town column
April 22, 2010
I’ve been having an adventuresome April. Some adventures have been good, while others have not. The unpleasant adventure started April 2 when we had a storm-related power outage at work. After the 20 or so minutes in the dark, power returned. It’s not like this hasn’t happened before.
Neighbors: Julie Constantinescu
April 22, 2010
Name: Julie Constantinescu Occupation: Realtor with Stephens Real Estate
Arbor Day celebration are set for Baldwin City
April 22, 2010
This is the week of Arbor Day in Baldwin City. Mayor Ken Wagner has proclaimed Baldwin City Arbor Day as Friday.
Vandals destroy numerous mailboxes
April 22, 2010
Vandals destroyed numerous mailboxes Saturday night in the area around Baldwin City Lake, southeast of the city.
BJHS artists next on display at Lumberyard
April 22, 2010
On Thursday, a new show, Alice in Wonderland, as interpreted by Baldwin Junior High School art students, will open at the Lumberyard Arts Center, 718 High Street, under the direction of art instructor Marsene Feldt. The opening reception will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
BHS No. 1 in state again for restaurant proposal
April 22, 2010
Baldwin High School students aren’t only the best in the state at engineering and designing an airplane. It seems they are also talented at developing a business proposal for a new restaurant concept.
Electrical rates could be increasing 6 to 12 percent
April 22, 2010
A possible electrical rate increase of 6 to 12 percent was discussed by the Baldwin City Council during a work session at its regular meeting Monday. The rate increase has been the elephant in the room since the council approved the 2010 budget in August based on an electrical increase.
Commuter forecast for April 22, 2010
April 22, 2010
There is a chance for showers and storms throughout the day today, which could make for some wet road conditions. Be on the lookout for the same width restrictions and road construction that’s been accompanying your daily commute.