Archive for Thursday, February 17, 2011

Also from February 17

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Where should the school district construct the proposed storage facility?

Response Percent
Near the water tower on Elm Street
 
28%
At the original location west of Bullpup Drive
 
23%
Other location
 
23%
Between the west ballfields east of Bullpup Drive
 
14%
In the northwest corner of the ballfield complex
 
9%
Total 21

All stories

Smith’s four-point play propels BHS girls to victory
February 17, 2011
LOUISBURG — A rare four-point play by Baldwin High School sophomore Kailyn Smith kick started a run to victory here Tuesday night. Combined with two free throws by BHS sophomore Katie Kehl, Smith’s four-point play sparked a 20-3 run by the Bulldogs.
BHS boys hold off Louisburg’s late charge
February 17, 2011
LOUISBURG — Baldwin High School’s boys basketball team nearly let a 13-point fourth quarter lead slip away in the final minutes here Tuesday night. A five-point lead with 15.7 seconds remaining in the game shrunk to just two points after Louisburg’s fourth three-pointer of the quarter
Six Bulldogs win league titles as team finishes runner-up
February 17, 2011
Colton Bonner needed a couple more seconds in his third match and Baldwin High School might be Frontier League wrestling champions. The BHS junior needed a pin to keep the Bulldogs’ hopes alive of remaining undefeated in the league dual format Friday.
USD 348 board debates location of ballfield storage facility
February 17, 2011
Location, location, location. That’s the major factor for the USD 348 Board of Education in deciding whether to move forward with the proposed storage facility near the ball field complex. Location of the building, along with the cost and educational impact, are the major players in this battle.
Vacant school, district property stirs interest from various groups
February 17, 2011
Various groups and businesses are interested in USD 348’s vacant elementary school and the surrounding property, but Superintendent Paul Dorathy doesn’t expect a decision in the near future. The school district property, which runs from Fifth to Eighth streets and from Baker to Chapel streets, has officially been for sale since early November.
Chocolate Auction raises necessary funds for scholarships
February 17, 2011
The Lumberyard Arts Center is downtown Baldwin City was the place to be Sunday for anyone with a chocolat craving. The renovated historic building was the locale for the Baldwin Community Arts Council’s 23rd annual Chocolate Auction.