Archive for Thursday, September 8, 2011

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Kansas City Renaissance Festival 2011

Have you enjoyed to cooler temperatures during the past week? If so, tell us what you did in the comments.

Response Percent
Yes, loved the fall weather
No, I prefer hot weather
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Baker University sports roundup
September 8, 2011
Baker University welcomed Peru State into the Heart of America Athletic Conference with a commanding 55-12 football victory on Saturday at Liston Stadium for its first 2-0 start since 2000.
History comes alive at Midland Railway’s Labor Day weekend event
September 8, 2011
Train lovers and children alike traveled to Baldwin City over the Labor Day weekend to take a ride through the history during the Midland Railway Railfest 2011.
BHS volleyball squad begins home stand with loss to Spring Hill
September 8, 2011
Baldwin High School volleyball’s first home night of the week was one the players and coaches would like to move on from before its next two home outings this week.
BHS soccer drops pair of one-goal league games
September 8, 2011
Since defeating Paola last week, the Baldwin High School boys’ soccer team has dropped two tightly-contested Frontier League contests. Coach Mark Joslyn and his players believe they should have won both games.
Rodrock Chiropractic sponsoring annual food drive
September 8, 2011
Rodrock Chiropractic is offering free treatment for those who donate to its sixth-annual Community Food Pantry drive.
Baldwin Education Foundation awards 41 teachers with grants
September 8, 2011
Laura Beaulieu was one of more than a dozen teachers who were surprised by the Baldwin Education Foundation “Pawz Patrol” Friday morning.
Panthers bash Bulldogs in opener
September 8, 2011
Baldwin High School’s football team couldn’t find an offensive rhythm while its defense struggled to stop Paola in its opening game of the season. Paola opened up a four-touchdown lead before the Bulldogs found the end zone.
Hartzell leads boys’ team; BHS girls cruise to victory
September 8, 2011
GARNETT — By the time Ethan Hartzell finished the 5-kilometer cross country race here last Thursday, the sun had nearly set and the golf course was almost dark. The only good part for him — he won the race.