Archive for Wednesday, January 3, 2001

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School board to discuss master plan on Monday
January 3, 2001
The school board will meet early on Monday to discuss a proposal from the Frangkiser Hutchens architectural firm. The board will meet at 6 p.m. at the district office to discuss the proposal for the first time since receiving it, and the regular meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Blaze damages home
January 3, 2001
A rural Baldwin home was damaged by fire early last Wednesday, but the family living in the house was uninjured.
City Lake thrown a lifesaver
January 3, 2001
Is City Lake for sale or not? No, not really … but that isn’t to say it couldn’t happen and a group of Baldwin City residents doesn’t want to take any chances.
Building permits up in 2000
January 3, 2001
The number of building permits issued in 2000 increased over past years, as predicted by city officials who were faced with several growth-related issues last year.
Cold takes its toll
January 3, 2001
The recent deep-freeze conditions that have gripped Baldwin City for the past weeks hasn’t caused any major problems, but pipes have been breaking throughout the city.
Eva Ruth Polk
January 3, 2001
James Bell
January 3, 2001
Harris is happy with wrestlers
January 3, 2001
With the just completed tough pre-Christmas slate of tournaments, etc., out the way, Baldwin High School wrestling coach Kit Harris likes what he’s seeing from his team.
Sports stories shine in 2000
January 3, 2001
What a year 2000 was for sports in Baldwin City. There were numerous gold medal individuals and plenty of top team finishes. There was history made with more possibilities down the road.
Enjoying simple, not electrical
January 3, 2001
Go ahead, try something
January 3, 2001
No more ‘nature’ for me
January 3, 2001
New year brings new contract to Baldwin City administrator
January 3, 2001
A new car and a raise were parts of a contract extension offered to City Administrator Larry Paine on Tuesday night. The Baldwin City Council was expected to approve the new provisions of the contract at Tuesday’s meeting, which was held after The Signal went to press.