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City council to hear police force appeals
January 2, 2002
In what could be the final round in the ongoing disciplinary situation involving the Baldwin City Police Department, each of the officers will meet with the Baldwin City Council during executive session prior to Monday’s meeting.
Bulldog wrestlers make national mark
January 2, 2002
The Baldwin High School wrestling team made its way into the record books on Dec. 6 at the third annual “Pack the House” night. The Bulldogs took on the Perry-Lecompton Kaws and defeated them with a perfect score of 84-0, scoring the maximum amount of points in every weight class.
Mason chosen for football combine
January 2, 2002
Baldwin High School sophomore Micah Mason has been selected to a prestigious football talent combine put on by the Army in San Antonio today and Thursday. The top 200 juniors and sophomores from across the nation are there to be tested and critiqued by NCAA Division I coaches. “I feel really privileged and lucky I guess,” said Mason. “I expect that it will be a real humbling experience.”
Deaths
January 2, 2002
Local family in need of assistance
January 2, 2002
Marjorie Cornelius, a long-time member of the Baldwin community, is in dire need of help.
Remembering the year Baldwin sports
January 2, 2002
It’s become a Signal tradition, much like the holidays a review of the year in sports.
Holiday lights contest winners announced
January 2, 2002
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission has announced the winners of the Annual Holiday Lights’ Contest.
Mr. Goodcents opens its doors
January 2, 2002
There’s a new place to eat in Baldwin City. Mr. Goodcents, 912 Ames St., opened Saturday in the newly developed FireTree Plaza.
Auditions set for ‘West Side Story’
January 2, 2002
Voices will have to be warmed up a little earlier this year. Auditions begin Saturday, a couple months earlier than they usually are, for the Baldwin City Theatre annual summer production, sponsored by CLEAR, Baldwin’s theater and fine arts education organization.
A year to remember
January 2, 2002
News came calling to Baldwin City in 2001 big time. Whether it was a police scandal, a shooting, elections, weather or the never-ending electrical woes that plague the city, there never was a lack of a headline during the year that just came to a close.
City to survey opinions about services offered
January 2, 2002
So you think there’s a problem with your electricity. Or maybe it’s the cable service you don’t like. Or maybe there are no problems at all and you are pleased with all of your services. Well, the city would like to know.
Building permits down in 2001
January 2, 2002
The number of building permits issued in 2001 are lower than they’ve been in the past few years, but are still holding steady according to city officials.
Black isn’t your average wrestler
January 2, 2002
Baldwin High School has two graduates who are athletes at Neosho County Community College in Chanute. Andy Breedlove (class of 2001) wrestles for the Panthers. Also there is Emily Black (class of ‘00). Black started out on a tennis scholarship and then made an athletic change that was very unexpected and also very unique. While Black was competing in tennis, NCCC canceled the women’s tennis program due to funding, leaving Black without a scholarship. To make up for the loss, NCCC offered her a golf scholarship. “After a few embarrassing golf tournaments, I decided golf was not my sport and would never be my sport,” Black said.
SpeakOut popular site for opinions
January 2, 2002