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School board meets with architects
May 10, 2000
The school board is interviewing architectural firms to take on capital improvements in the district that will include building additions at Vinland Elementary School, Baldwin Junior High School, Baldwin High School and the district office, and renovation of the Baldwin Elementary School gym.
School board briefs
May 10, 2000
Local men face theft charges
May 10, 2000
Three Baldwin men, including the son of Baldwin City Police Chief Steve Butell, have been charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing three all-terrain vehicles from Heritage Tractor, 915 Industrial Park Road, between March 31 and April 1.
Football at BJHS thrown to public
May 10, 2000
The board will seek public input next month about the addition of football at Baldwin Junior High School in 2001.
Clarence Peter Broadfoot, Jr.
May 10, 2000
On May 5, 2000 Clarence Broadfoot died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He lived in El Cajon, Calif., for 42 years and recently moved to La Mesa, Ariz. He was cremated.
Dana Cavender
May 10, 2000
Services for Dana Pearson Cavender, 98, Wellsville were Tuesday at the Church of Christ, Baldwin City.
News in brief
May 10, 2000
Daily routines of life changed by motherhood
May 10, 2000
I am still amazed how being a mother has changed my life.
What is a Community?
May 10, 2000
We found out this past weekend just what the word community means. The Baldwin businesses, the people that live in Baldwin and their friends came together for one cause.
Lauridsen’s memories fill BJHS halls
May 10, 2000
When Bootsie Lauridsen is not working as a secretary at Baldwin Junior High School, one of the things she likes to do is write. Lauridsen is retiring in June and if she could write a book, it would probably be a love story because she loves the job she has had for 21 years.
LOB increase placed on election ballot
May 10, 2000
The school district’s proposed increase to its local option budget will be on the Aug. 1 primary election ballot. The school board unanimously voted to put the issue before the public following a successful protest of the increase through a petition organized by community members.