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BJHS win hikes record
October 3, 2001
It took overtime to do it, but the Baldwin Junior High School eighth graders moved their record to 4-1 with a 12-6 victory over Eudora Saturday morning.
Art Walk with a taste of java
October 3, 2001
The java was pouring onto downtown streets of Baldwin Friday night as the Baldwin Community Arts Council played host to the final Art Walk of 2001 with “Cuppa Java” night.
Baldwin Wildcats hang 24-0 loss on Hurricanes
October 3, 2001
Baldwin’s football roll continued Sunday as the sixth-grade Baldwin Youth Football team topped the Hurricanes, the Lawrence Youth Football League powerhouse, 24-0.
Baker sports roundup
October 3, 2001
Updates on Baker Univeristy mens and womens soccer, womens golf, cross country, volleyball and football.
Baker offense shows in homecoming win
October 3, 2001
Baker University’s much-maligned offense was at its homecoming best Saturday, helping the Wildcats to a 24-21 victory over Graceland University.
Local man starts new business in Baldwin
October 3, 2001
Shawn Smith works in both commercial businesses and residential homes.
CFBC sponsors brick sale to improve parks
October 3, 2001
Bricks are the key to better Baldwin City parks. At least, that’s how Citizens for Baldwin City looked at it last weekend.
Deaths
October 3, 2001
Resolving police issues is vital
October 3, 2001
Berg nominee for Teacher of the Year
October 3, 2001
When Mike Berg was standing on the awards stand at the 2002 Kansas Teacher of the Year District III banquet on Sept. 23, he typically wasn’t thinking of himself, but of those who had put him there.
Officers’ attorney outlines problems to council
October 3, 2001
The Baldwin City Council has the police investigation report, but that doesn’t mean the problems have subsided in the Baldwin City Police Department, as evident by the appearance of an attorney and four Baldwin police officers Monday night at the council meeting.
Fire at BC Market causes little damage
October 3, 2001
A fire broke out at the Baldwin City Market Thursday evening. Owner Jeff Simpson said a fire broke out in a back room of the building at around 7 p.m. There were no injuries.
Sixth St. speeders be aware
October 3, 2001
Now that Sixth Street is finally open and there’s a return to normalcy along the route, there’s a warning from the city slow down.
Mayor says ‘prelimnary report’ was lacking criminal investigation
October 3, 2001
The investigation into criminal allegations against former Baldwin police officer G.H. Rhea is not complete, despite earlier reports that said the investigation had ended, Mayor Ken Hayes said at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Baldwin building is bustling
October 3, 2001
Construction is nearing completion on all of the three newest buildings along U.S. Highway 56. FireTree Plaza, 10th and Ames streets, the Medicine Lodge, Fifth and Ames streets, and the Baldwin City Market, Eighth and Ames streets, which will each house several businesses, should all be finished by the end of the year. Contractor Ron Lawrenz, Lawrenz Construction, said there wasn’t much work left on the Medicine Lodge.
BHS terrific in final tune-up
October 3, 2001
It was final tune-up time for the stretch run ahead here Friday as the Baldwin High School Bulldogs were hitting on all cylinders in thrashing the Anderson County Bulldogs 55-8.
Baldwin in brief
October 3, 2001