Archive for Wednesday, April 17, 2002

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Citizen demands respect from city
April 17, 2002
Deaths
April 17, 2002
Council approves town’s second electric feed
April 17, 2002
The Baldwin City Council took a step in improving the city’s electricity problems at Monday’s meeting. In a 5-0 vote, the council approved an agreement with Kansas City Power and Light to provide a second electric feed to Baldwin.
Baldwin in brief
April 17, 2002
Shooting case returns to court
April 17, 2002
A man charged in last October’s Baldwin shooting is scheduled to go before a jury for a second time.
Thomas tickets popular in surrounding states
April 17, 2002
Thomas the Tank Engine tickets seem to be a hot item and not just in Kansas. Tickets for Day Out With Thomas June 7-9 and 14-16 at Midland Railway have only been on sale for two weeks and about 5,000 tickets have already been sold to people in 11 states including Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana and Ohio.
Proposal looks to finance land for industrial parks, open space
April 17, 2002
Baldwin City could see an increase in industrial development, as well as a preservation of open space, if a county proposal is approved later this year.
KDOT seeking input at U.S. 59 public hearing
April 17, 2002
After long last, the question of a new U.S. Highway 59 has resurfaced. Kansas Department of Transportation officials have scheduled a public hearing for 5 p.m. April 30 at Baldwin High School to seek input concerning which of two possible routes for the highway.
BHS grad displays art at new LAC
April 17, 2002
They’re just squares of colored glass. Some are red, some are blue and others are green, purple, orange or yellow. But when several thousand squares of glass are arranged a certain way, rather like a jigsaw puzzle, images begin to take shape. The images can easily be seen in Shanna Wagner’s glass wall mosaic featured at the new Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire St. Wagner’s 8-feet-by-8-feet, three-paneled, glass mosaic of a fiery sun over green hills, was selected by a committee of local artists as one that will be displayed permanently at the new arts center. “I’m very proud,” she said.