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Council reviews expenses
January 24, 2001
Hot issues” shortened the Baldwin City Council meeting last Tuesday. Two expense items including a $460 monthly car allowance for City Administrator Larry Paine were tabled and sent to the council’s Finance Committee for review.
Baker players are named All-American
January 24, 2001
Six members of Baker University’s KWTO Bowl-championship team received All-American recognition.
Shutout, ‘surprise’ for BHS wrestlers
January 24, 2001
The Baldwin High School Bulldog wrestlers have conquered feats of immense difficulty within the past two weeks. Pride and perseverance occupy the minds and hearts of the wrestlers and their leaders as they shall continue on their streak of victory.
BHS girls open roundtrip route with rout
January 24, 2001
With four games in about a week’s time in Wellsville, the Baldwin High School Bulldog girls started the roundball, round trip saga off right Thursday with a 62-29 win over the Eagles.
Bulldogs fizzle in BIT finals
January 24, 2001
With the first Baldwin Invitational Tournament crown in nine years within their grasp, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs played five of their best quarters of basketball this season.
Soil, wildlife conservation winners are announced
January 24, 2001
Soil conservation methods haven’t changed much in the 50 years since Roy Cropp started teaching vocational agriculture.
Please sign petition
January 24, 2001
Candidate looks forward to race
January 24, 2001
Don’t forget to register to vote
January 24, 2001
Petition for City Lake
January 24, 2001
Lucille Reed
January 24, 2001
Earl Clary
January 24, 2001
Candidates to debate in forums
January 24, 2001
With the interest in the upcoming Baldwin City Council and mayoral races, the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a pair of public forums to help inform residents about candidates and the issues.
Two of three board seats unopposed
January 24, 2001
One position on the Baldwin school board will be placed on the Feb. 27 primary election ballot. Three candidates filed for the Marion Springs position in the past week.
Issues, candidates large in number
January 24, 2001
It came down to the 11th hour on candidate filings, but resulted in a full slate for upcoming elections for mayor and Baldwin City Council members. A primary will be Feb. 27 and the general election is April 3.
Chocolate auction is work of art
January 24, 2001
A heart-shaped sculpture created from eight pounds of milk chocolate and drizzled in white and gold chocolate is one of more than 100 chocolate delicacies to be sold from 2-5 p.m. Feb. 4 during the Baldwin Community Art Council’s 14th annual chocolate auction in the Baldwin High School cafeteria.
Reasons for running
January 24, 2001