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Bulldog blanket is another must
August 21, 2002
Baldwin Bulldog fans looking for a unique souvenir, a special holiday gift, or simply even something to take off the chill on a brisk fall evening can stop by the Lodge and pick up an official Bash Dawg Blanket.
Council, property owners discuss paving of Chapel
August 21, 2002
A public hearing about the paving of a portion of Chapel Street turned into a 30-minute discussion Monday night between Baldwin City Council Members and Baldwin residents and property owners.
Practices start up at BHS
August 21, 2002
Monday finally rolled around and with it came not only the first day of school for most of Baldwin High School, but also the first day of fall sports practices.
Letters to the editor
August 21, 2002
Deaths
August 21, 2002
Enrollment numbers steady for Baldwin
August 21, 2002
It’s been four days since school began and early enrollment numbers in the Baldwin School District are about what administrators were expecting.
Japanese student shadows local vet
August 21, 2002
With a spiral notebook and pencil in hand and an electronic translator in his pocket, Shigeta Kono has spent the last two weeks learning the ins and outs of American veterinary medicine. Kono, a fourth year veterinary student from Iwate University in Morioka, Japan, will spend a total of three weeks shadowing veterinarian David Nottingham at the Baldwin Junction Veterinary Clinic. “He rides with me and sees what I do,” Nottingham said. “He’s been following me around and taking lots of notes.”
Mini-golf scramble is Sunday
August 21, 2002
The first-ever Bulldog Two-Person Mini-Golf Scramble will be at 1-5 p.m. Sunday at the Lodge Mini Golf Course.
Taking that next step
August 21, 2002
Baldwin in brief
August 21, 2002
Maintenance problems cause Baldwin pool to close doors for summer
August 21, 2002
The Baldwin City Public Pool is closed for the summer three weekends earlier than planned.