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City council will consider quorom change
June 6, 2001
The requirements for a Baldwin City Council quorum could soon be changed. At the city council meeting Monday night, the council members discussed raising the number for a quorum from three to four members.
BHS puts three on all-league team
June 6, 2001
It was pay-off time for the Baldwin High School softball team when the All Frontier League selections were announced last week. As league champions, BHS placed three first teamers and two to the honorable mention team.
School district needs input, too
June 6, 2001
A series of public meetings regarding the Baldwin School Board’s long-range plans has been informative, but not well attended.
City seeks input on electrical issues
June 6, 2001
Out of eight possible energy options being reviewed by the Baldwin City Council, utility director Terry McKinney is recommending one as a solution to the city’s electricity concerns. “I looked at all the options,” McKinney said. “My main motive is finding the most economical and reliable means of providing energy.”
Track club is state bound
June 6, 2001
Forty individuals and seven relay teams from the Baldwin Track Club qualified for the Kansas State AAU meet in Hays during the track club’s annual qualifying meet here Saturday.
Youth football meeting set for parents Monday
June 6, 2001
A parents’ informational meeting will be held Monday at the Baldwin Junior High School gym at 6:30 p.m. for parents who have youngsters interesting in playing in the Baldwin Youth Football Program.
Room still available for wrestling clinic
June 6, 2001
There is still room available for the first-ever Gold Medal Wrestling Clinic to be held at Baldwin High School on June 19-21.
Knight selected to coaches’ all-star game
June 6, 2001
Baldwin High School graduate Heath Knight has been selected to play in the Kansas Basketball Coaches All Star game in Topeka on Aug. 1.
Land purchase is put to rest by council
June 6, 2001
Land was discussed more than once at Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting. The city council made decisions on 160 acres of land southwest of Baldwin City belonging to Jim Faulkner, as well a section of land north of Baldwin City High School belonging to Michael C. Green.
When asked to dance, I will gladly fill my role
June 6, 2001
Deaths
June 6, 2001
Baldwin Briefs
June 6, 2001