Archive for Thursday, February 25, 2010

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Baker’s Weaver to coach home finale tonight
All-time win leader to retire at end of season
February 25, 2010
For the first time in 25 years, Baker University must find a new person to launder its basketball game jerseys.
Commuter Forecast for February 25, 2010
February 25, 2010
The Thursday commute will be very cold. Other than that, no concerns as far as traffic is concerned.
Turnovers doom Bulldogs as they drop sixth straight
February 25, 2010
SPRING HILL — A pair of fourth quarter three-pointers ended Baldwin High School’s boys’ basketball team’s chances of making a comeback here Friday night. Leading 44-38, Spring Hill sank back-to-back threes to build a 12-point lead with 5:30 remaining in the contest. The Broncos went on to win 59-46.
BHS anxious to play Ottawa for share of league title
February 25, 2010
DE SOTO — Taylor Brown may never lead the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball in scoring, but she is almost always good for a timely three-pointer … or two.
Neighbors: Susan Baker
February 25, 2010
Name: Susan Baker Occupation: Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce office manager and VeMMA Brand Partner
Annual supper at Vinland has bonus this year
February 25, 2010
Those people enjoying the food at the annual Whole Hog Sausage and Pancake Supper to benefit the Vinland Fair are invited to spend time looking upward at the new windows in the Exhibition Building on the fairgrounds. The supper is from 5 to 7:30 p.m. March 6.
City council completes work session
February 25, 2010
On Monday, the Baldwin City Council met at the library to resume a work session regarding proposed changes to the city’s zoning and subdivision regulations.
Neighborhood Watch meeting set for Tuesday
February 25, 2010
An informational meeting about starting Neighborhood Watch programs in Baldwin City will be a 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Baldwin High School cafeteria.
Two snow days remain for school district
February 25, 2010
Another round of winter weather hit the Baldwin City area during the weekend, but didn’t cause any school closures in the school district.
Baldwin City resident made goal to be 100
February 25, 2010
During Vivian Courtney’s 100 years, she was described as positive, giving, caring, helpful, always fun loving and up for new adventures. That’s how her children remember her.
State of the District event is March 11
February 25, 2010
The Fourth Annual State of the District Luncheon is at noon March 11 at Stony Point Hall. The community is invited to attend this celebration of education.
City boosts recycling efforts
February 25, 2010
Baldwin City residents now have expanded recycling capabilities with the addition of new bins at the Allen Park location by the Midland Railway Depot. The city has signed a new contract with 12th and Haskell Recycling of Lawrence and East Wilson Recycling of Ottawa, which is the same company.
Baker University sports roundup
February 25, 2010
Baker University men’s basketball coach Rick Weaver will be honored before the Wildcats’ final home game at 7:30 p.m. tonight against MidAmerica Nazarene at the Collins Center.
Letters to the Editor
February 25, 2010
To the editor: I am a conservative-leaning independent; my wife is a democrat. Neither of us could stomach the idea of Sam Brownback as Governor of Kansas: his Washington-style lose-lose partisanship, his politics of “no,” his far right perspective wherein government is subverted to dictate personal values and religious morals for all.
Seven state-bound Bulldogs
February 25, 2010
DE SOTO — After competing short-handed at the Frontier League meet last week, the Baldwin High School wrestling squad regrouped and entered the Class 4A regional tournament here Friday, motivated and with high ambitions.