Archive for Thursday, January 12, 2012

Also from January 12


Are you a superstitious person?

Response Percent
Yes, very much so
No, superstitions are silly
Somewhat, it depends on the superstition.
Total 31

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10 jobs eliminated at Journal-World, weekly newspapers
05:00 p.m., January 12, 2012 Updated 12:00 a.m.
Ten jobs in the news and advertising departments are being eliminated at the Lawrence Journal-World and its sister news operations, managers told employees Thursday.
Montemayor: For teens on the football field, stakes are higher than we imagined
January 12, 2012
More attention being given to football’s effects on the “fragile teenage brain.”
LAC “Un-Juried” exhibit opened Friday evening
January 12, 2012
Dozens of local and area artists attended the opening of an exhibit Friday night at the Lumberyard Arts Center.
Local food, made easy: Feaster’s Bistro aims for effortless farm-to-table dining
January 12, 2012
Sometimes, local food isn’t the most accessible sustenance. Just a strange quirk brought on by a lifetime of grocery trips, mental hurdles and inconsistent supply. But Chris Feaster wants to change all that.
Baldwin Education Foundation helps classrooms stay up with technology
January 12, 2012
Teachers everywhere have the tough task of trying hard to keep up with ever-changing technology that they use in the classrooms and use it for educational purposes.
Baker University sports roundup
January 12, 2012
Baker University jumped to a 16-3 lead and never looked back, cruising to an 83-50 men’s basketball victory over Culver-Stockton College on Saturday at the Collins Center.
BHS girls drop to .500 after home loss to Ottawa
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School’s girls’ basketball team dug itself a deep hole early in Tuesday’s contest and never recovered as it fell to undefeated Ottawa.
Ojeleye ends Bulldogs undefeated start to season
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School became the latest victim of Semi Ojeleye. The Ottawa junior, who is being recruited by NCAA Div. I schools, scored slightly above his average as he led the Cyclones (8-0) to a road win Tuesday night.
BHS wrestlers finished second at Bonner Springs
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School’s wrestling squad began 2012 with its best tournament of the season. The Bulldogs finished second in the 12-team Dick Burns Mat Classic at Bonner Springs High School.
Baker University plans MLK event
January 12, 2012
Devan A. Taylor, senior pastor of Beyond the Four Walls Church International, will speak at Baker University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at 11 a.m., Jan. 26, at the Osborne Chapel on the Baldwin City campus.
Relay For Life of Douglas County to kick off Jan. 24 with sign-up event
January 12, 2012
The annual Relay For Life of Douglas County will kick off Jan. 24 with a sign-up party from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Free State High School’s library, 4700 Overland Drive.
Zuzzio honored with national coaches award
January 12, 2012
It was more than a year ago when Ted Zuzzio received the honor of Kansas Track and Field Coaches Association Class 4A girls track and field coach of the year, so he wasn’t expecting what came Monday.