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Baker Sports Roundup
November 8, 2000
New coach set for BHS wrestling
November 8, 2000
Buffer Week’ hits BHS
November 8, 2000
Baker soccer falls, 4-2
November 8, 2000
For a brief time in Saturday’s Heart of America Athletic Conference post-season tournament championship, it looked like Baker University would show its league mastery again.
Baker manhandled by MANU
November 8, 2000
OLATHE There is a slim glimmer of hope for continuing the season, but it looks more likely that the Baker University Wildcats will be playing their season finale at home this weekend after falling hard to MidAmerica Nazarene here Saturday, 28-2.
The types of businesses to be recruited at park
November 8, 2000
Halloween was spent in the ER
November 8, 2000
Kristofor Randel
November 8, 2000
Kaitlyn Leanne Hulce
November 8, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
November 8, 2000
City sponsors railroad grant
November 8, 2000
A sometimes rocky relationship with Midland Railway was brought up, but did not prevent the Baldwin City Council from sponsoring a grant application that would pay for $230,000 of improvements around the depot.
Septic issue studied
November 8, 2000
The Baldwin City Council on Monday night tabled an ordinance that would restrict the future installation of septic systems within the city limits, and home builder Michael C. Green hopes he and other builders can have some input in the matter.
Veterans provide war answers
November 8, 2000
For decades Sandy Cardens knew little about the death of her father during World War II. She was 2 1/2 and an only child when he died. Her mother remarried, and questions were never asked. “There was a humongous silence after the war,” Cardens said. “If you didn’t talk about it, it didn’t hurt.” Even decades later, when Cardens wanted to learn more, there weren’t many answers.
Baker basketball opens with wins
November 8, 2000
Esther E. Lancaster
November 8, 2000
Proposed park is simply ‘fuzzy logic’
November 8, 2000