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What is your favorite thing about autumn?

Response Percent
I don’t like it. I prefer the hot summer.
 
27%
All of the above
 
25%
Cool weather
 
18%
Football
 
12%
Maple Leaf Festival
 
11%
Halloween
 
1%
Other
 
1%
Total 54

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Baker University sports roundup
September 15, 2011

Junior Donny George’s goal in the fifth minute lifted Baker University’s men’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Oklahoma City on Saturday in Siloam Springs, Ark., improving the Wildcats’ record to 6-0.
BJHS volleyball teams improving; seventh-grade squad wins trophy
September 15, 2011
The Baldwin Junior High School volleyball teams have posted several wins and a tournament trophy in the past week.
Bulldogs run well at Wamego Invitational
September 15, 2011
Baldwin High School’s cross country teams battled many of the top Class 4A teams at Wamego Saturday and both squads finished in top four.
BHS offense benefits from big plays in 35-20 victory
September 15, 2011
SPRING HILL — Tyler Cawley threw a pair of touchdowns and rushed for another as the Baldwin High football team earned its first victory of the season Friday night.
Bulldogs finish home tournament with four victories
September 15, 2011
After finishing fifth Saturday at its home tournament, the Baldwin High School volleyball team dropped a Tuesday match to Paola. Baldwin dropped its second Frontier League match of the season.
Joslyn brothers lift BHS boys soccer to victory
September 15, 2011
EUDORA — The Joslyn brothers helped the Baldwin High School’s boys’ soccer team end a two-game losing skid here Tuesday. Sophomore Nick Joslyn and senior Louis Joslyn each scored goals in the first half of Tuesday’s Frontier League contest.
Miniatures collection at Baker University ends Sept. 23
September 15, 2011
Baker University Campus Art Coordinator Traci Furan is encouraging the public to carefully observe artwork with the exhibit “Take a Closer Look: Miniatures from the Permanent Collection” in Baker’s Holt Russell Gallery.
KNEA vice president advocates well-rounded education at LAC event
September 15, 2011
Karen Godfrey, Vice President of the Kansas National Education Association, spoke Tuesday night at the Lumberyard Arts Center to educate the public on the education system in Kansas.
Susan Baker leaving chamber of commerce
September 15, 2011
For the first time in more than seven years, there will be a new office manager at the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce in the upcoming weeks.
Art Walk finale to start an hour earlier Friday
September 15, 2011
As the sun continues to set earlier, the Baldwin Community Arts Council changed the time of its final 2011 Art Walk. Friday’s summer finale will be moved up one hour. It will run from 6-8 p.m. instead of the 7-9 time frame that was used for the previous three Art Walk events.
Baker University invites community to Family Weekend
September 15, 2011
Family and friends of students as well as community members are invited to the Baker University campus as the university is the host of its annual Family Weekend, which will have an “Orange Crush” theme.
Moran accepting applications for U.S. service academies
September 15, 2011
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., is now accepting applications for nominations to the U.S. service academies.
Cable TV series to feature 2006 Lansing prison break
September 15, 2011
A much-publicized 2006 prison break from the Lansing Correctional Facility will be featured next week during an episode of the cable television series, “I Escaped: Real Prison Breaks.”