Archive for Wednesday, February 20, 2002

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Council still undecided about electricity
February 20, 2002
The question of whether Baldwin should continue to generate electricity is one the Baldwin City Council always seems to go back to when discussing the city’s electric options.
Baker men win in tourney first round
February 20, 2002
There was a true sports odyssey Monday night in Baker University’s 83-74 victory over Graceland.
BHS girls bounce back after loss
February 20, 2002
With a split in two games last, including a close loss to No. 1-ranked Spring Hill, the Baldwin High School Bulldog girls know where they stand for the upcoming Class 4A sub-state tournament in DeSoto.
Bulldogs fall to top notch teams
February 20, 2002
Baldwin High School’s Bulldog boys went head-long into a pair of ranked teams last week. The result was a pair of losses, one by a lot and the other by not so many.
Seven BHS grapplers to state
February 20, 2002
It was a second-place regional tournament finish for the Baldwin High School wrestling team at Burlington Saturday, although it should have been first. Regardless, the Bulldogs qualified a record-breaking seven grapplers for the Class 4A State Tournament in Wichita.
Letters to the editor
February 20, 2002
Baldwin in brief
February 20, 2002
Construction to begin on new plant
February 20, 2002
A new wastewater treatment plant will be constructed in Baldwin City this next year and even though most people won’t see any phase of the construction project, it is something that will benefit all Baldwin residents.
FEMA to offer financial assistance to those with storm damage expenses
February 20, 2002
The ice storm that hit eastern Kansas, including Baldwin City, a few weeks ago left a lot of people with unexpected out-of-pocket expenses. But the Federal Emergency Management Agency is trying to assist those individuals affected by the storm.
Makin’ music
February 20, 2002
Area high school students gathered for the fourth Honor Band Concert at Baker University Thursday. Students from eight high schools, including Baldwin, practiced all day and then played in a concert that evening. The Baker Symphonic Winds also performed at the concert. More stories and photos of Baldwin’s events and activities can be found in the print edition of this week’s Signal.
Uncertainty surrounds district budget cutbacks
February 20, 2002
Rosemary Murphy is concerned about the future of the elementary art program. Her concern comes after the Baldwin Board of Education reviewed a potential cost saving list at last week’s board meeting. Included on the 27-item list of the possible program, activity and position cuts for the school district is the elimination of elementary art.