Archive for Thursday, October 27, 2011

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What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

Response Percent
Nothing, I hate Halloween
Haunted houses
Dressing up in costumes
Carving pumpkins
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Bulldogs fall to Cardinals in district title bout
October 27, 2011
Eudora High School hit on three big running plays, two in the first quarter and one in the fourth, as it won the Class 4A district crown Thursday night in Baldwin City. Baldwin High and Eudora entered the game with 2-0 records in the district, but it was the Cardinals who left with the title.
Column: Time to support the Bulldogs
October 27, 2011
Baldwin High School sports fans: It’s time to get outside and cheer on your Bulldogs tonight, Friday and Saturday. Postseason time is upon us and your Bulldogs need support right now. They have worked hard enough and performed well enough to attract support from the local patrons.
Michels breaks scoreless tie, leads BHS to 2-0 victory
October 27, 2011
Caleb Michels helped his teammates relieve nearly 70 minutes of tension Tuesday afternoon. The Baldwin High School senior broke a scoreless tie with 10:44 remaining in a boys’ soccer playoff game at BHS. Seven minutes later, Michels scored again and locked up the victory.
Wildcat soccer teams defeat rival Benedictine
October 27, 2011
Two first half goals were all the Baker University men’s soccer team needed on Saturday evening to steal the momentum and cruise to a 3-0 victory over rival Benedictine College.
Bulldogs run well at Class 4A regional
October 27, 2011
KANSAS CITY ― Baldwin High School’s cross country teams are once against state bound, but they did it in two entirely different manners on Saturday at the Class 4A regional meet.
New city administrator settling in, looking ahead
October 27, 2011
Chris Lowe hasn’t been in Baldwin City for two months and he has been a busy man with goals for improving the town he calls home. Baldwin City’s new city administrator took over his post in early September.
Breast cancer run/walk helps build awareness of self-examinations
October 27, 2011
Baldwin City resident Errin Steffen had never done a self-breast examination before. While taking a bath, she found a lump on her chest on Oct. 28, 2009. She made a doctor’s appointment and was diagnosed with breast cancer 15 days later on Nov. 12.
Baker banquet serves food for thought on hunger
October 27, 2011
Baker University students, staff and faculty gathered Sunday in Allen Dining Hall for what they thought would be a typical banquet. But instead of a fancy meal, they were given food for thought instead.
Seasoned, young competitors ready for American Royal rodeo
October 27, 2011
Baldwin High senior Austin Jackman doesn’t compete in an activity typical of most teenagers. Neither does his seventh-grade brother Tanner. However the passion, commitment and responsibility required of them surpasses that of many other sports or hobbies.
BHS earns state football playoff berth
October 27, 2011
CARBONDALE ― Baldwin High School’s football team responded to a quick Santa Fe Trail touchdown with 28 unanswered points en route to a 42-28 victory Friday night.