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Turnovers doom Bulldogs in 28-21 loss
September 19, 2001
Big plays and turnovers were standard fare here Friday night as the Baldwin High School Bulldogs fell for the first time this season with the Gardner Trailblazers riding five turnovers to a 28-21 win.
Shirts to be sold as fundraiser for New York firefighters, police
September 19, 2001
Baldwin residents will soon have another way of helping those affected by the recent terrorist attacks on the United States.
Therapy Services opens doors in Baldwin City
September 19, 2001
There’s a new business on the block in downtown Baldwin City.
Vesecky says thanks
September 19, 2001
Midland Railway sponsors Railfans Weekend events
September 19, 2001
This weekend has been set aside for railroad and train enthusiasts.
Investigation complete on department
September 19, 2001
At long last, the investigation into the Baldwin City Police Department which was started in July has been completed.
Attacks considered worse than Pearl Harbor
September 19, 2001
The last time the United States experienced any sort of attack on the nation with a magnitude similar to the attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. last week were almost 60 years ago.
Struggling for answers amid terror
September 19, 2001
People haven’t just been turning to President Bush or other high-ranking government officials this past week. Men, women and children have continued to stream into churches, in Baldwin City and across the nation, struggling for answers, searching for peace and trying to understand the terror that has gripped the nation. Last Tuesday’s terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., have left people filling churches and other places of worship trying to comprehend what many thought would never happen in America. “People want to hear that God is still in the midst of everything that’s happening,” Nanette Roberts, pastor of First United Methodist Church, said.
Police probe results ‘preliminary’
September 19, 2001
Although criminal allegations leveled at a former Baldwin City Police Officer were proven to be unfounded, civil allegations still remain unresolved in a department that City Administrator Larry Paine termed as “divided,” and said will undergo changes in polices and procedures. Preliminary results of a two-month investigation into the police department’s policies and procedures, as well as allegations against former officer G.H. Rhea who resigned in July, were presented to the Baldwin City Council Wednesday night. The council met in executive session for more than two-and-a-half hours in City Hall.
BJHS volleyball teams win, lose
September 19, 2001
The Baldwin Junior High School volleyball teams have been busy recently.
Fire breaks out at Baker residence hall
September 19, 2001
A fire broke out at a Baker University residence hall last week.
Baldwin in brief
September 19, 2001
Baker sloshes way to victory
September 19, 2001
Saturday night’s game in Liston Stadium between the Baker University Wildcats and Culver-Stockton was a game even mothers couldn’t love.
Police car is back
September 19, 2001
The Baldwin City Police Department will now have use of another patrol car.