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Chamber urges local shopping
November 21, 2000
With the holidays here, the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce is reminding residents that Baldwin City has much to offer the holiday shopper.
Drug dog makes BJHS stop
November 21, 2000
Wrestlers have strong outlook
November 21, 2000
The ambition, determination, honor and glory is set to return to Baldwin High School as the wrestlers hit the mats in preparation for the new season. The team is 38 strong, led by six senior wrestlers, head coach Kit Harris and assistant coaches Steve Pierce and Bobby Boviard.
BJHS girls are on a roll
November 21, 2000
The Baldwin Junior High School girls seventh- and eighth-grade teams were in action last week with both teams beating Wellsville and the eighth graders maintaining their unbeaten record with a win over Spring Hill.
Rivalries abound in Frontier League
November 21, 2000
We don’t know how it all came about, but rivalry exists within all of us. Competition. Tradition. Pride. School Spirit. A rival is defined as a person who competes with or tries to outdo another; a person or thing that tries to equal another; to prove to be worthy of one another; to equal one another in match; to be competitive.
Tourney title goes to Baker
November 21, 2000
BLAIR, Neb. A second-half comeback by the Baker University women brought the Wildcats the tournament title in the Dana College Invitational here Saturday.
BU wins pair in Classic play
November 21, 2000
Baker University’s Wildcats swept a pair of games in the Baker Classic over the weekend, moving their record to 4-3 on the young season.
A Thanksgiving ‘no passing zone’ is needed
November 21, 2000
Humor of musical catches cast, crowd
November 21, 2000
Shame on you Mr. Whaley
November 21, 2000
Grinch’ hat and old dogs
November 21, 2000
Auxiliary says thank you
November 21, 2000
Is City Lake Park for sale or not?
November 21, 2000
Developer responds to Whaley
November 21, 2000
Santa is coming to Vinland Elementary School
November 21, 2000
KMEA, BPU suit heard
November 21, 2000
Baldwin City officials could learn today how much weight the city’s case against the Board of Public Utilities holds with Franklin County District Court Judge James Smith. City Administrator Larry Paine said today’s hearing, called a motion of summary judgment, is a critical step in the case against BPU.
Food pantry serves community; Baker students give at holidays
November 21, 2000
The combined efforts of the Baldwin City and Baker University communities are giving local residents much to be thankful for this holiday season. As the temperatures fall, Baldwin City is warming up in hopes that residents in need will fill their plates with what the community has to offer.
Movie alters rural church
November 21, 2000
Last Tuesday the quiet Clearfield United Methodist Church was transformed into the stage upon which the climax of the movie “The Painting” was filmed. The film’s crew filled the quaint sanctuary’s aisle with lights and cameras and wrapped the exterior of the whitewashed church in a web of extension cords and cables. Trailers with stars painted on the doors sat where Clearfield’s congregation members park each Sunday.
I’d love to dance … really
November 21, 2000