Archive for Thursday, March 25, 2010

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Lumberyard grand opening is Friday
March 25, 2010
It’s taken seven long years full of hard work and fundraising, but the dream of many for the Lumberyard Arts Center will become official with its grand opening Friday.
Easter Egg Hunt is set for April 3
March 25, 2010
The annual Baldwin City Community Easter Egg Hunt and Silent Auction will begin at 10 a.m. April 3 on the Baker University campus.
BHS baseball ready to begin Friday
March 25, 2010
Brock Hartshorn is tired of his Baldwin High School baseball team using the excuse of being a young team, so he’s putting an end to that this season. During the past two seasons, his Bulldogs’ squad has suffered losing seasons, while starting mostly underclassmen. A year ago, the Bulldogs finished the season 5-15 after going 7-14 in 2008.
Ball field complex won’t be ready for home opener
March 25, 2010
Although Baldwin High School’s baseball and softball teams are scheduled to host their first home games of the 2010 season next week, it’s unlikely the new ball field complex will be ready to use.
Police issue warning about subscription scam
March 25, 2010
Baldwin City police have received reports of door-to-door salespeople whose offer of magazine subscriptions are bogus.
Bake sale for Haiti nets $366
March 25, 2010
Garrett England’s plan to raise money for Haiti with a bake sale was a big success Saturday, despite yet another snow storm that snarled the city.
BHS softball squad anxious to get outdoors
March 25, 2010
If losing six seniors, who all started a year ago, wasn’t enough for Bob Martin, he now has to prepare his team for next week’s season opener without a single outdoor practice.
School board hears budget-cutting numbers
March 25, 2010
On Monday night, numbers were finally presented by the Baldwin School District fact-finding committee’s report. The possible savings on drastic changes — if needed because of additional funding cuts from the state — to the district were released at the special school board work session.
Winter just won’t let go
Around Town column
March 25, 2010
So, you thought the Winter Olympics were over weeks ago, didn’t you? Nope, there was another round of games yet to play when Mother Nature dumped another round of snow and ice on us. Nice.
Wellness Festival organizers hope to dodge storms
March 25, 2010
Ruth Sarna isn’t too concerned about winter weather ruining Saturday’s Community Wellness Festival this year. Last weekend’s snowfall came and went quickly enough that it won’t impact this weekend’s annual wellness festival.
Commuter forecast for March 25, 2010
March 25, 2010
There is a chance for rain early Thursday morning and it might be a bit windy, too. There shouldn’t be any major traffic delays as you make you safe morning drive.