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Mayor Stan Krysztof delivers State of the City address
January 10, 2001
Girls fall victim to turnovers, poor shooting
January 10, 2001
What’s with this with Auld Lang Sign? Should old acquaintance be forgot? Well, if you ask the Baldwin High School girls, the New Year didn’t get off to a good start, thanks to a couple of old acquaintances. The Bulldogs would like to forget them.
Boys split pair, but find 3-point range
January 10, 2001
Baldwin High School lived by the 3-pointer Saturday and died by the free throw line Friday in splitting games with Anderson County and Paola.
Grappler start off right
January 10, 2001
It didn’t take long for the Baldwin High School wrestlers to benefit in the New Year from the tough pre-Christmas tournament schedule they put in.
Please get involved
January 10, 2001
The life of an English major is …
January 10, 2001
School board filing are empty
January 10, 2001
Three school board member positions are up for election in the spring, and no candidates have filed with the Douglas County Clerk’s office.
District schools graded
January 10, 2001
The Baldwin school district received its own report cards from the Kansas Department of Education last week. School board members expressed a few concerns, but quickly learned that numbers can be deceiving.
Lowell Gish
January 10, 2001
Baseball misses goal, program to begin in 2002
January 10, 2001
There will be a baseball team at Baldwin High School next year.
Plan lacks substance, board says
January 10, 2001
The Baldwin school board wants more out of the $7,500 master plan they received last month from the Frangkiser Hutchens architectural firm.
Mayor, city council filings filling fast
January 10, 2001
Much like the recent weather, Baldwin City’s political climate heated up considerably during the past week. Now there will be a primary election for the mayor’s position and it appears a primary may be necessary for the city council positions as well.
It’s time for a change
January 10, 2001
Just saying thanks
January 10, 2001
Therapy, lots of love help toddler
January 10, 2001
Trevor Leeker has amazed a lot of people in his lifetime. Nearly 20 months old, he has surpassed each life expectancy doctors have given him. He responds to regular physical and occupational therapy by improving. He has battled pneumonia three times and won.