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Free admission for Baldwin City residents into Baker basketball games tonight
January 20, 2011
Baker University and the Wildcat basketball teams are having their inaugural Baldwin City Community Night.
First-round BIT basketball results
January 20, 2011
BALDWIN CITY — Wellsville outscored Perry-Lecompton 12-2 to take a halftime lead of 28-11 as it ran away with its first-round Baldwin Invitational Tournament game.
Baker University sports roundup
January 20, 2011
Three Wildcats scored in double figures to lead Baker to a 73-60 women’s basketball victory over Missouri Valley on Saturday in Marshall, Mo.
KDOT: Area’s roads improving in wake of snowstorm
January 20, 2011
Nearly 7 inches of snow was reported in the storm that began Wednesday afternoon and continued overnight.
BHS girls drop first Frontier League contest
January 20, 2011
Spring Hill’s quickness and ability to drive to the basket proved too much for the Baldwin High School girls basketball team at home Friday night. The Broncos were the first team all season with guards who could score at will against Baldwin. They also handed Baldwin (6-2) its first Frontier League loss of the 2010-2011 season.
BHS freshman lifts boys to BIT first-round win
January 20, 2011
Chad Berg made the most of his first-ever varsity boys’ basketball start at home Tuesday night. Berg missed early season practices because of an injury he suffered during the football season. Eight games into his freshman season, Berg found his way to the starting lineup.
Four Bulldogs place at Bobcat Classic
January 20, 2011
Baldwin High School’s wrestling squad survived its toughest tournament of the season last weekend. Four of Baldwin’s eight wrestlers at the Bobcat Classic finished in the top eight of their weight class. As a team, Baldwin placed 15th at the end of the two-day event, which is the state’s largest tournament with 34 teams from Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Colorado.
School board considering storage building at ballfield complex
January 20, 2011
A portion of the final dollars from the November 2008 bond issue might soon be spent on the ball field complex near the elementary schools on the west edge of Baldwin City. As construction of the Performing Arts Center continues near Baldwin Junior High School, the USD 348 Board of Education is considering another bond issue project.
USD 348 officials react to possible state budget cuts
January 20, 2011
Paul Dorathy wasn’t shocked with news of the governor recommended state cuts to education for this year or next year. In fact, he feels prepared for the looming budget cuts. The USD 348 superintendent just didn’t know how much might be taken out of the 2010-2011 or 2011-2012 budgets.
BHS winter royalty week concludes with crowning ceremony
January 20, 2011
It was time for the annual winter royalty at Baldwin High School, as it was Kings and Queens of Courts last week.
BHS activities posponed for today
January 20, 2011
Baldwin High School wrestling and girls basketball events that were scheduled for today have been postponed. BHS Activities Director Gary Stevanus made the announcement today.
Eudora school district, city hope to see redevelopment of school site off Kansas Highway 10
January 20, 2011
The city of Eudora and the Eudora school district are trying to catch the attention of Lawrence developers and others. They have what may be a pretty enticing carrot: 15 acres of property along a busy Kansas Highway 10 interchange.