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Baldwin High School soccer team wins third straight
May 12, 2014
The Baldwin High School girls soccer team continued its late season turnaround on Monday with a 3-1 home victory against Ottawa.
Kansas: Koch brothers’ lobbyist linked to green energy foe
May 12, 2014
A lobbyist says he did a personal favor to aid the formation of a new group opposing a Kansas green-energy requirement for utilities, fueling criticism that a recent postcard campaign against the rule on behalf of seniors was actually orchestrated by the conservative billionaire Koch brothers’ main political organization and the powerful Kansas Chamber of Commerce.
Musing 0515
May 12, 2014
I am enjoying the merry month of May. In the evening I linger longer on the deck reveling in the shade provided by my finally full leafed silver maples. We planted them many years ago because they are fast growing.
Kansas congresswoman Jenkins keeps CPA title despite lapsed permit
May 12, 2014
Kansas regulators have allowed U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins to continue tagging congressional and campaign materials with a CPA label although her state permit to work as a certified public accountant expired nearly two years ago.
Baldwin USD 348 agenda for May 19
May 12, 2014
Board to meet at 6:30 p.m. at BESPC
Baldwin High School softball and baseball games called for weather
May 12, 2014
Baldwin High School activities director Gary Stevanus has announced the Baldwin High School baseball and softball games scheduled for today have been postponed.
Kansas: Corruption charges can be hard to prove, experts say
May 12, 2014
For the past two weeks, reports have been swirling in Kansas that the FBI is investigating allegations of influence peddling and pay-to-play practices involving former officials in Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration.
Class of 2014 grad says Baldwin High School prepared him for challenges ahead
May 12, 2014
Nick Joslyn will graduate Saturday from Baldwin High School with a list of honors and accomplishments that fill two pages. It’s a list that keeps growing as in recent weeks he has be named a 2014 Kansas Governor’s Scholar as one of the top 1 percent of the state’s 2014 class, a Kansas Honor Scholar and a Lawrence Journal-World and Topeka Capital-Journal academic all-star.
Baker online enrollment explodes under President Pat Long’s leadership
May 12, 2014
The presidents of large state universities are usually lucky to get to know even a small fraction of their many thousands of students. On the other side of things, Baker University President Patricia Long estimates she knows about 90 percent of the names of her students graduating this summer.