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Vote yes on Amendment 1
October 25, 2000
Cup of Java’ was a success
October 25, 2000
A Maple Leaf thank you
October 25, 2000
Festival plan didn’t work
October 25, 2000
Last week I prepared myself for my first Maple Leaf Festival as a Baldwin City resident. I had maps of every street, blueprints of every booth, but in the end, I did not conquer the bustling crowds as I’d hoped to.
Season ends for BHS volleyball
October 25, 2000
Baker-Benedictine showdown is set
October 25, 2000
There will be an old-fashioned football showdown in Liston Stadium Saturday with two unbeaten and nationally ranked teams squaring off when Baker University plays host to Benedictine. Game time is 1:30 p.m.
BHS looks to close out right
October 25, 2000
Don’t write the Baldwin High School Bulldogs off just yet. Despite another loss Friday at Louisburg, the Dawgs still have a chance to deliver something that hasn’t happened for BHS football in a very long time a winning record.
Denora June Edler
October 25, 2000
Mabelle Hutchings
October 25, 2000
Baldwin in Brief
October 25, 2000
School board goes to Nov. 7 vote
October 25, 2000
A question on the Nov. 7 ballot will ask voters in the Baldwin school district if the election method of school board members should be changed to an at-large system.
Haunted train is a sell-out
October 25, 2000
Be afraid, be very afraid, and buy tickets early. The Haunted Halloween Train at Midland Railway sold out all three rides on Saturday night and two of its rides on Friday and organizers of the haunted train expect an even larger crowd this weekend.
Graduation plans go to committee
October 25, 2000
A committee of parents and students will help determine what time and where Baldwin High School graduation will be on May 19.
Festival crowd is up
October 25, 2000
This year the Maple Leaf Festival branched out further than ever before. Cars were backed up to the Zarco filling station on U.S. Highway 59.
Explaining the school board issue
October 25, 2000
Veterans lead Maple Leaf Festival parade
October 25, 2000
A last minute addition to this year’s Maple Leaf Festival parade brought even more meaning to the parade’s theme of “Hometown Heroes.” Clarence Rusk, age 103 and a World War I veteran, joined other Baldwin City veterans to serve as the grand marshals of Saturday’s parade. “My dad just had a blast,” said Nancyelaine Anderson, Rusk’s daughter from Minnesota. Anderson drove her father in the parade in a convertible. “And the people in the crowd were wonderful. I could see people as they read the sign that he was a World War I veteran stand up and applaud for him.”
Why the park land wasn’t purchased
October 25, 2000
In the last issue, I covered the reason why the city is looking at purchasing property for economic development and recreation purposes. The city council chose not to purchase the property outright for several reasons. The top two are deciding whether to exercise the option and the appropriate manner of financing.
Problems with park plan
October 25, 2000
BHS runners statebound again
October 25, 2000
There are two standards for Baldwin in late October the Maple Leaf Festival has seen thousands of people flock to town and the Baldwin High School cross country teams are headed to state.
Veterans lead the parade
October 25, 2000
A last minute addition to this year’s Maple Leaf Festival parade brought even more meaning to the parade’s theme of “Hometown Heroes.” Clarence Rusk, age 103 and a World War I veteran, joined other Baldwin City veterans to serve as the grand marshals of Saturday’s parade.