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Did you feel any of the aftershocks of the Oklahoma earthquake?

Response Percent
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70%
Yes
 
29%
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Wildcats defeat Ravens in double overtime
November 10, 2011
Whenever Baker and Benedictine get together, it always seems to make for a special game. Wednesday evening in Baldwin City wasn’t any different, as the Baker University men’s soccer team remained unblemished, defeating the Ravens 3-2 to advance to the championship game of the Heart of America Athletic Conference.
Baker volleyball reaches HAAC finals
November 10, 2011
After playing a gut-wrenching back-and-fourth battle first set, the Baker University women’s volleyball team got back on track to defeat Graceland in straight sets Wednesday evening.
Baker University sports roundup
November 10, 2011
Baker’s men’s cross country team won the 2011 HAAC Championship on Saturday in Fayette, Mo., to qualify for the NAIA national meet.
BHS volleyball squad nets three all-league players
November 10, 2011
A trio of Baldwin High School volleyball players were recently honored by the Frontier League for their success this fall.
Baker men begin home stand with victory
November 10, 2011
The Baker University men’s basketball team is off to its best start in five years after defeating Friends University 76-65 Tuesday evening.
De Soto graduate sinks game-winning three for BU women
November 10, 2011
Trailing by 11 points with three minutes in regulation didn’t mean anything to the young Baker Wildcats women’s basketball team as they grabbed their first win of the season over Friends University Tuesday evening.
Turnovers help Wildcats defeat rival Ravens
November 10, 2011
Senior defensive back Madison Morris’ interception with 1:20 left sealed No. 25 Baker University’s 10-7 victory over No. 9 Benedictine College on Saturday at Liston Stadium, keeping the Wildcats’ NAIA football playoff hopes alive.
WWII veteran witnesses history in Japan
November 10, 2011
Although Archer Carlson was a bit late joining the United States’ effort in World War II, the longtime Baldwin City resident witnessed a piece of history. Nearing the end of his second year in the U.S. Army, the 86-year-old Kansas native was one of several soldiers who saw a Japanese general surrender his troops.
City council OKs Santa Fe Market plans
November 10, 2011
Baldwin City Council members have given the go-ahead for improvements at the Santa Fe Market, after the store’s owner agreed to abandon plans for a gravel area at the site and instead landscape it.
No election? No problem at annual Election Day Chicken Noodle Dinner
November 10, 2011
Incentives are always a promising way to increase participation, so the United Methodist Women of Ives Chapel United Methodist Church annually give voters a reason to head to the polls with its annual Election Day Chicken Noodle Dinner.
Self-defense course pays homage to slain Lenexa teen
November 10, 2011
Baldwin City seems to be a relatively safe place to live. Walking outside or to a car late at night isn’t usually frightening. For the 30 people who attended the Ali Kemp T.A.K.E. defense training Saturday at Baldwin Junior High, it is now that much safer.