Archive for Thursday, May 20, 2010

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BHS boys finish runner-up at Frontier League track BHS girls place second at league track BHS baseball ousted by Eudora BHS softball eliminated by Ottawa
Polls

Will you attend any of the local commencement ceremonies this weekend?

Response Percent
No, I won’t attend either
 
55%
Yes at Baldwin High
 
25%
Yes, I will attend both
 
11%
Yes at Baker University
 
7%
Total 27
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Drug charges filed against Baldwin City man
May 20, 2010
Joshua Gammill, 29, Baldwin City, made his first appearance in Douglas County Court on Wednesday afternoon. He’s charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of stolen property and driving with a suspended license.
Commuter forecast for May 20, 2010
May 20, 2010
It’s going to be cloudy this morning with a good chance for some showers and storms as the day carries on. The roads will be wet but there shouldn’t be any other delays apart from routine roadwork.
Neighbors: Bonnie Morse
May 20, 2010
Name: Bonnie Morse Occupation: church volunteer Place of birth: Haddonfield, NJ
Bulldogs briefly led Cyclones before losing in regional
May 20, 2010
OTTAWA — For a few minutes, the Baldwin High School softball team led Tuesday’s Class 4A regional contest here against the Cyclones, the favored home team. The Bulldogs came back from an 11-day layoff with a strong start.
BHS baseball team ousted after rally falls short
May 20, 2010
EUDORA — Unlike the first two contests between Frontier League rivals, no late-game magic was on the field here Tuesday night. The first two meetings between Baldwin High School and Eudora’s baseball teams were come-from-behind victories, with each team winning one game.
Final races propel BHS boys to league runners-up
May 20, 2010
GARDNER — Baldwin High School’s boys’ track and field team finished the Frontier League meet here last Thursday in typical fashion — two final victories. A pair of 3,200-meter runners and the 1,600-meter relay team capped off a stellar meet for the Bulldogs, who jumped from fourth place to second in the last two events of the meet.
BHS girls finish second at league track
May 20, 2010
GARDNER — Connor Twombly finished her final Frontier League meet with victories at the beginning and end of her meet here last Thursday. Twombly competed on a pair of relays where the Bulldogs dominated.
Letters to the Editor
May 20, 2010
To the editor: In our city, state and federal governments, our leadership is struggling to preserve our way of life. Tax dollars may no longer provide the basic needs to the general public.
Intermodal could mean growth for Baldwin City
May 20, 2010
With a $35 million grant possible from the recently passed state revenue package, the long-anticipated Kansas City Intermodal Facility in Edgerton should begin construction this year, state officials say.
Long likely to shed Baker graduation tears
May 20, 2010
Baker University President Pat Long hopes she can make it through her keynote address Sunday to her first graduating class. She’s been here for four years and so have they. “It’s unbelievable, time has just flown,” said Long.
School board discusses future of rural schools
May 20, 2010
Although the Baldwin School Board didn’t vote to close any schools last week, it was a hot topic of discussion. After a lengthy public comment portion of the May 10 meeting, where nearly 20 people spoke about the rural elementary schools, the school board had its own discussion on the topic.
There’s a lot of fight in these Dogs
May 20, 2010
As the old adage goes, it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. Saturday’s Baldwin High School graduating class will be one of the smallest in more than a decade, but that doesn’t mean it’s not full of successful students.