Archive for Wednesday, April 10, 2002

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It’s time to resolve police issues for good
April 10, 2002
Putting to rest the turmoil at the Baldwin City Police Department is long overdue.
Thomas comes to Baldwin
April 10, 2002
Thomas is coming to town. Thomas the Tank Engine will be at the Midland Railway June 7-9 and 14-16.
Mistrial declared in shooting case
April 10, 2002
A Douglas County jury deliberated for almost eight hours last Wednesday but was unable to reach a verdict in the case of a man charged in the October shooting in Baldwin.
District still looking for ways to save money
April 10, 2002
The Baldwin School District is still looking at ways it can cut back in its budget, but the options currently being considered aren’t as drastic as they once were.
Big day for BU track
April 10, 2002
Baker University placed first in nine different events at the Friends University Invitational Saturday in Wichita and took the top two spots in four of those events.
National honors to wrestlers
April 10, 2002
Two Baldwin youth wrestlers earned All-American honors by placing in the Kids National Folkstyle Wrestling Championships in Topeka Expocentre Saturday and Sunday.
Letter to the editor
April 10, 2002
Deaths
April 10, 2002
Baldwin in brief
April 10, 2002
Vinland airport manufactures parts
April 10, 2002
On the outside, it appears to be just a small country airport that houses a few privately owned planes. But as the saying goes, looks can be deceiving. McFarlane Aviation, located on the Vinland Valley Aerodrome in Vinland, actually manufactures replacement aircraft parts for small Cessna, Piper and Ag-Cat planes around the world. “We started manufacturing parts in ‘89 and it’s just kind of grown,” said owner Dave McFarlane. The Vinland airport was built by Delbert Chaney in the mid 1960s and focused on aerial application, flight instruction, aircraft rental and aircraft repair.
Sports line
April 10, 2002