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School board eyes future building needs
March 8, 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 gets city council attention
March 8, 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.
Fatalities recorded to the east, west
March 8, 2001
It was a weekend that turned fatal both east and west of Baldwin City. Two people died in separate accidents, both on U.S. Highway 56. One of the accidents involved a school bus, but no one was injured aboard it. Friday, a 42-year-old Williamsburg woman, Debra Jo Plank, was killed in a two-vehicle accident at the junction of U.S. 56 and U.S. 59. Saturday, Robert D. Cronin, a 42-year-old Eudora man, was killed when the S-10 Blazer he was driving collided with a DeSoto school bus in the intersection of U.S. 56 and Eudora Road (County Road 1061).
March 8, 2001
WALTER G. KAMPSCHROEDER Services for Walter G. Kampschroeder, 92, Baldwin, were Monday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, Lawrence. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lawrence.
Baldwin mayor’s race heats up again
March 8, 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.