Archive for Thursday, October 6, 2011

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Have you ever attended an event at the Lumberyard Arts Center?

Response Percent
Yes
 
60%
No
 
39%
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Baker University sports roundup
October 6, 2011
No. 10-ranked Baker University improved to 10-0 with a 3-2 victory over Central Methodist in its men’s soccer conference opener on Sunday in Fayette, Mo.
Baldwin High runners drop times at second home meet
October 6, 2011
For the third consecutive Saturday, the Baldwin High School cross country teams competed against some of the best Class 5A and 6A teams from the state.
Winning streak ends; BHS recovers with 2-0 victory
October 6, 2011
After five-straight victories, the Baldwin High School boys’ soccer team lost Monday afternoon, but got back on the winning track Tuesday.
Baker volleyball coaches reaches 300-victory milestone
October 6, 2011
Baker University’s volleyball team had more on its mind than just a normal win when it hosted Graceland University on Tuesday at the Collins Center.
Bulldogs regain ‘swag’ after Dig Pink Night win
October 6, 2011
Baldwin High School volleyball coach Kelly Brown should consider having her team wear pink jerseys every match after Tuesday’s performance. Her Bulldogs sported the pink jerseys on their annual Breast Cancer fundraiser night. Despite mixed emotions before the match, the Bulldogs earned their first Frontier League win of the season.
LAC board still working toward theater
October 6, 2011
Although a wonderful fall evening helped make Sunday’s Lumberyard Arts Center’s Bluegrass and Barbecue a success, its organizers where thinking about completing a different venue for events with the weather can’t be counted on to cooperate.
Baker University music, theatre department to present ‘The Diviners’
October 6, 2011
Baker University’s Department of Music and Theatre will open the 2011-12 season presenting the Depression-era fable “The Diviners,” written by Jim Leonard Jr., and directed by Tom Heiman, associate chair of the department, on Oct. 6-9 at Rice Auditorium on the Baldwin City campus. Admission is free.
Baker University plans groundbreaking for Mulvane Hall
October 6, 2011
Baker University will celebrate the groundbreaking of the addition to Mulvane Hall on the Baldwin City campus as part of the $10.3 million Mulvane Transformation Project.
Facebook page reconnects current, former Baldwin City residents
October 6, 2011
Past and present Baldwin City residents are using Facebook as a way to reconnect and reminisce with neighbors, classmates and friends.
BHS football beats St. James 35-21
October 6, 2011
ROELAND PARK ― Each time Saint James’ football team scored a touchdown Friday night, the Baldwin High School answered with one of their own.
Bluegrass, BBQ draws record crowd Saturday
October 6, 2011
If anyone wanted barbecue Saturday night in Baldwin City, they needed to arrive at the Lumberyard Arts Center before 7 p.m. or else they were out of luck.
Baldwin High students’ ACT scores remain above state, national average
October 6, 2011
Baldwin High School nearly maintained its composite average on the 2011 ACT exams after its increase from the previous year.