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Depth helps BHS girls
February 7, 2001
There was a challenge Friday night by the Prairie View Buffaloes, but the Baldwin High School girls responded and pulled away with a 52-38 win to set the stage for a Winter Sports Royalty sweep.
Vinland students create coloring book
February 7, 2001
The Vinland community has a colorful past now it can literally be colored with crayons. First and third grade students at Vinland Elementary School recently completed “Vinland’s Colorful Past,” a historical coloring book.
Cohen lists issues
February 7, 2001
How about another forum?
February 7, 2001
I’ve found the car of my dreams
February 7, 2001
Register to vote through Monday
February 7, 2001
With the wide-spread interest in the upcoming mayor and city council races, residents are reminded that there’s still time to register to vote before the Feb. 27 primary.
Citizens donate land to city for Media Park
February 7, 2001
The Baldwin City Council has accepted the donation of land to be used for a park. On Monday night, council members graciously accepted eight lots in West Baldwin from Arthur Ziesch, 1715 South. The lots, which are not contiguous, are in the vicinity of the Ives Chapel Methodist Church.
City to pay for power upgrades
February 7, 2001
The Baldwin City Council on Monday night unanimously approved spending nearly $60,000 for upgrades needed to receive power from the Oklahoma-based Grand River Dam Authority, with which it has a 10-year contract.
Forum brings out issues
February 7, 2001
The four candidates for Baldwin City mayor addressed issues of growth, recreation and business in front of a sizable crowd of around 200 people Thursday night. Incumbent Stan Krysztof, Slade Dillon, Michael C. Green and Ken Hayes answered the same eight questions during the public forum sponsored by the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce. The questions were submitted by the public and selected by the chamber board of directors prior to the forum.
Figure reached for car allowance
February 7, 2001
A monthly car allowance has been determined for City Administrator Larry Paine. The Baldwin City Council on Monday night unanimously agreed to pay Paine a $230 monthly car allowance for the length of his contract, which is open-ended. Paine also will be reimbursed for out-of-town business mileage.
Baker men lose two games
February 7, 2001
The Baker University men dropped a pair of games, losing Monday 61-47 to Evangel and Saturday 79-64 Saturday to Missouri Valley.
Bulldog boys find pair of surprises
February 7, 2001
There were a couple of surprises Friday night as the Baldwin High School Bulldogs won their Winter Sports Festival. The first was a very good Prairie View team. The second was sizzling hot free throw shooting by BHS.
For Baldwin wrestlers, League title is within grasp
February 7, 2001
Baldwin High School’s wrestling team has a chance to do something that hasn’t happened in a very long time, if ever, Thursday win a Frontier League title.
Clear message for change
February 7, 2001
Baker women fall twice
February 7, 2001
It was a pair of extremes as the Baker University women lost games Monday and Saturday. On Monday, Evangel put a 88-68 thumping on the Cats, but Saturday’s loss was only by three, 57-54, to Missouri Valley.
City in Brief
February 7, 2001