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School board eyes building options
March 7, 2001
The Baldwin School Board held a special meeting Monday evening. This was a work session open to school administrators and district patrons to discuss issues critical to the school district. The majority of the evening focused on the components of a strategic plan document, followed by a presentation on district building needs by Bill Woodhouse of Frangkiser & Hutchens, architectural consultants.
Sewer project, lawsuit appeal get city council attention
March 7, 2001
Early steps toward an upgraded sewer plant and an appeal of the BPU electrical lawsuit were taken by the Baldwin City Council during Monday’s meeting.
I’m really indecisive … I think
March 7, 2001
I am indecisive. The time has come that I must admit that to myself and seek help. I was at a sandwich shop last weekend, the kind that makes the sandwiches in front of you. By the time I left the restaurant, I was no longer hungry, but fatigued by a lengthy Q and A session. The questioning began with bread type, then meat, and then condiments. I knew that I wanted a turkey sandwich; that part was easy, but when faced with every vegetable in the garden, every sauce known to man, and a slew of spices, I froze. “Tomatoes, no, olives instead.”
This game is no good
March 7, 2001
I did a really stupid thing this past week. I am still wondering what I was thinking about when I did it, but it is done now and I must live with it, I guess. I purchased a war game called “Nam.” I guess I was intrigued by it as it sat there on the shelf. At any rate, I picked it up and bought it.
Bovaird, Breedlove gain wrestling awards
March 7, 2001
Two members of the Baldwin High School wrestling team have received post-season honors from the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association as a reward for their efforts this season. One was a coach and one a wrestler.
Iola spoils state plans for BHS girls
March 7, 2001
Upset pretty much describes what happened to the Baldwin High School girls in Class 4A Sub-State play at home last Wednesday.
Roller-coaster season ends for BHS boys
March 7, 2001
There won’t be a return trip to the Class 4A State Tournament for the Baldwin High School Bulldogs. Louisburg took care of that by downing BHS 55-51 in overtime Thursday in the second round of the Baldwin Sub-State tourney. In the end, BHS coach Bobby Taul summed it up quickly. “It just wasn’t meant to be,” said Taul.
Letters to the editor
March 7, 2001
Baldwin Briefs
March 7, 2001
Baldwin mayor’s race heats up again
March 7, 2001
Following last Tuesday’s election, Mayor Stan Krysztof weighed his options and has decided to continue to seek re-election as a write-in candidate. It was the latest development in the city election that has brought wide-spread interest for months.