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Baldwin students learn about soil conservation
October 31, 2001
As the water begins to flow through the stream model trailer, Patty Ogle points out to the Baldwin Elementary School fourth graders how the banks are affected by the running water.
Russell’s works on display at local gallery
October 31, 2001
A view from Signal Oak, a scene from a local pond and a bunch of iris are just three of the 13 oil paintings done by local artist Tom Russell that are currently lining the walls of Art Affair, 622 High St.
BHS girls take third
October 31, 2001
Baldwin High School’s girls cross country team ran the race of its life to finish third at the Class 4A State Championship in Wamego Saturday.
Toy Bowl win to Wildcats
October 31, 2001
After finishing the regular season 7-0 the Baldwin Youth Football A Team rolled into Haskell stadium ready for the final battle of their season.
Baker blocks kicks, but loses
October 31, 2001
Baker University did one thing right Saturday the Wildcats blocked a record amount of kicks. But, with the offense still missing in action, the Wildcats fell 32-22 to Missouri Valley in Heart of America Athletic Conference play.
Bulldogs will remember the positives
October 31, 2001
Thursday’s 46-43 overtime loss to Spring Hill was an agonizing end to Baldwin High School’s football season. But, coach Mike Berg will remember the positives from this year and the group of seniors that played a huge role in turning the once-dormant football program around.
Bond approval is obvious solution for school district
October 31, 2001
Baldwin School District voters have a chance Tuesday to do something that doesn’t happen very often say yes to a bond issue to build a new elementary school and not raise taxes.
City power plan is put on hold
October 31, 2001
Baldwin City’s option to partner with Western Resources to build a power plant has been put on hold.
Council meeting changes location; to be televised
October 31, 2001
Beginning Monday, Baldwin City Council meetings will be televised.
Noonan among elite with thrid state cross country title
October 31, 2001
When Baldwin High School standout long-distance runner Matt Noonan won his third straight Class 4A individual cross country title Saturday in Wamego, he joined an exclusive running fraternity.
Dogs take fourth title
October 31, 2001
Baldwin High School’s fourth straight Class 4A team title at the State Cross Country meet Saturday in Wamego put the Bulldogs in an elite group collectively, but also put them by themselves.
Charges filed in shooting
October 31, 2001
Three felony charges were brought Friday against Stephen Meeker, the 34-year-old Baldwin man accused of shooting one neighbor and threatening to shoot two others during a dispute Oct. 14.
Voters to decide school bond issue
October 31, 2001
There will only be one question on Tuesday’s ballot. There will only be one oval to darken. It’s just yes or no.
Haunted train thrills audiences once again
October 31, 2001
Collin Kilgore relied on his jack-o’-lantern flashlight to keep his fears, and monsters, at bay. But Kilgore, 2, who came with his parents from Paola, soon found out the flashlight wasn’t enough protection on Terror Tracks 2001, Baldwin’s haunted train, so he turned for comfort to a stuffed monkey belonging to Calamity June, the Ghost of the Prairie, portrayed by Star Novak. After petting the monkey a couple of times, Kilgore gave it a big hug and then hung on for dear life.
Letters
October 31, 2001
Deaths
October 31, 2001
Baldwin in brief
October 31, 2001