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There’s a school board race, too
March 21, 2001
With so much attention on the race for Baldwin City’s mayor and city council, it’s easy to overlook the other names on the ballot those people running for school board positions.
Busy slate for council with 46 percent sewer increase
March 21, 2001
During the Baldwin City Council meeting Monday, City Administrator Larry Paine gave City Clerk Peggy Nichols special recognition, approval was given for the appeal of the BPU lawsuit and a 46 percent increase in sewer rates was discussed.
Deaths
March 21, 2001
Six wrestlers qualify for state
March 21, 2001
Six Baldwin City Wrestling Club wrestlers placed in the top four of their brackets at the District Wrestling Tournament at Basehor-Linwood High School Saturday. By placing in the top four, the wrestlers earned qualification to the Kids State Tournament to be at the Topeka Expocenter Saturday and Sunday.
BHS teams counted on unity during winter season
March 21, 2001
As the temperatures climb a little higher each day and the sun shines a little brighter, it’s a sign that the seasons are once again changing. It’s also saying the winter sports are coming to an end and spring sports at Baldwin High School are starting to come in full bloom.
BHS softball set for second season
March 21, 2001
Sunflower seed” season has returned to Baldwin High School as the Bulldog softball team had its first official practice on March 6. The weather had canceled the optional hitting practice previously scheduled. The weather has also had the team practicing indoors in the BHS gymnasium everyday.
Football talk for Bulldogs — ‘No excuses’
March 21, 2001
Seventy hungry beasts crowded into the Baldwin High School gym on March 8. BHS Football coach Mike Berg called a meeting of all freshman, sophomore and juniors interested in playing football.
Hobson’s city visit still making waves
March 21, 2001
A recent visit to City Hall by long-time Baldwin City resident Phyllis Hobson which resulted in an e-mail message from City Administrator Larry Paine to mayoral and city council candidates continues to draw interest.
Mayoral candidates answer questions
March 21, 2001
Candidates for Baldwin City Mayor were asked a series of questions early in the campaign. Listed are the responses from the two candidates, Ken Hayes and Slade Dillon, who advanced from the Feb. 28 primary to the April general election.
Mayor candidates square off at BHS debate
March 21, 2001
It was like old-home week Friday when Baldwin City mayoral candidates Slade Dillon and Ken Hayes returned to their alma mater, Baldwin High School, to debate in front of the student body.
Shenewerk loves the sport of gymnastics
March 21, 2001
We all remember the moment Kerri Strugg sprinting down the stretch of the spring board. She soared through the air with great speed. The question everyone wanted to know was, could she stick her landing? She stuck it all right, but was brought down fast.
Letters to the Editor
March 21, 2001
U.S. 59 accident injures two Baldwin teens
March 21, 2001
Two Baldwin teen-agers were treated and released from Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a wreck south of Lawrence, authorities said last Wednesday.
Principal shuffle unfolds at schools
March 21, 2001
Whether it’s called a changing of the guard or a shuffle of the deck, there will be principals in new positions at both Baldwin High School and Baldwin Junior High School next year. But, there won’t be any new faces.
Baldwin briefs
March 21, 2001
This concerns the ‘essentials’
March 21, 2001
I am amazed at what catches the attention of Corporate America. It seems that every couple of years someone wants to come up with a new management style that is going to revolutionize the working environment. Management by Objective, Total Quality Management, The Marine Corps Management System and a host of others have come and gone each making a momentary impact, then fading into the sunset.
Baldwin on short end of census stick
March 21, 2001
When the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau numbers were released last week, they showed Baldwin City had grown, as expected but not nearly as much as city and school officials believe it has.