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Leadership chane is desperately needed
December 20, 2000
Council discusses request of district
December 20, 2000
A two-year request by the Baldwin school district for discounted electric rates will have to wait until after the first of the year for an answer.
BU football records fall
December 20, 2000
With the season over, the Baker University Wildcat football team can look back it with pride, not only the 9-2 record and the victory in the KWTO Bowl game, but also for a number of broken records.
Winter pins BHS grapplers
December 20, 2000
The weather wasn’t any kinder to the Baldwin High School wrestling team than it was to their basketball playing brethren. Snow, ice and cold wiped out the scheduled Ray South Invitational Friday and Saturday, too.
Finally, a decision for presidential collection
December 20, 2000
Now that the presidential race has finally been decided, John Forbes knows who he will be sending a Bible to the next president, George W. Bush.
Setting record straight on Vinland Nativity
December 20, 2000
A big thank you for Palmyra workers
December 20, 2000
This is really what winter is
December 20, 2000
Distant Christmas memories
December 20, 2000
The true meaning of Christmas
December 20, 2000
City in Brief
December 20, 2000
Lillian Ann Cornelius
December 20, 2000
Trash days rescheduled
December 20, 2000
The holidays will bring about changes for trash pickup in Baldwin City the next two weeks.
Sewer options debated
December 20, 2000
Baldwin City needs a new wastewater treatment plant. The Baldwin City Council already knew that. On Monday night, the council reviewed and approved a preliminary engineering study on the city’s wastewater needs, and gave the OK for city officials to seek complete engineering for a 900,000-gallon treatment facility anticipated to cost about $3.4 million and expected to meet the community’s needs for at least 20 years.
Vinland Nativity tells quiet Christmas story
December 20, 2000
When the Vinland United Methodist Church organized the Vinland Living Nativity 25 years ago, church members didn’t expect it to become an annual event or a family tradition. Nearly 800 visitors traveled to the rural Vinland farm of Howard and Elizabeth Hemphill that first year. The quiet scene of the Holy Family, shepherds and farm animals hasn’t changed much over the years which is one of the nativity’s attractions.
Games iced, but BHS heats up rankings
December 20, 2000
It was a week of cancellations and rankings for the Baldwin High School basketball teams last week. A wintry mix of ice, snow and lots of cold managed to wipe out all scheduled games, but the Class 4A rankings heated up for both teams.
Town digs out of snow mess
December 20, 2000
Wind nipping at your nose is putting it mildly. This winter wonderland was created by ice, followed by heavy snow, followed by arctic air and more ice and snow. And it’s not even winter yet. The season officially starts Thursday.