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Taco Bell to reopen in Baldwin City
January 30, 2002
Fast-food tacos, burritos and chalupas, and maybe even a talking chihuahua, are going to be making a second appearance in Baldwin City.
BHS girls put an end to Top Gun drought
January 30, 2002
It finally happened. The Baldwin High School girls finally walked away with the championship trophy of the Top Gun Tournament here Saturday night.
Baker in brief
January 30, 2002
City surveys due
January 30, 2002
Baldwin City surveys need to be returned to the city this week.
Dog tags need renewing
January 30, 2002
Baldwin City residents only have two days to renew dog tags before receiving an extra late fee.
Signal price to change to 75 cents
January 30, 2002
Next week’s Baldwin City Signal will cost an extra quarter at news stands and dealers. Single copy price will be 75 cents.
Rural water remains at issue
January 30, 2002
Anyone who has recently tried to gain access to rural water in the area north of Baldwin has found it is no easy task. That is because Rural Water District No. 4 has capped the number of requests for new water meters at 100, and currently will not accept any more applications.
Baldwin City Web site almost ready to view
January 30, 2002
Information about Baldwin City will soon be available at anyone’s fingertips.
Proposal could benefit Baldwin with water line
January 30, 2002
Baldwin City could benefit if the South Lawrence Trafficway is built through the Baker Wetlands.
Theatre’s play ready for run
January 30, 2002
An unusual assortment of people makes a hospital a little crazier and funnier than usual in the Baldwin City Theatre’s spring play. “It Runs in the Family,” by Ray Cooney, is a farce about life, Director Kathy Davis said. “It’s a hospital filled with an epidemic of unbridled lunacy,” Davis said. “They’re dealing with what happens in real life and having to handle it.”
Baker teams in action
January 30, 2002
Baker’s basketball and track and field teams were in action this past week.
Balanced play sends BHS past Wellsville
January 30, 2002
A victory over Wellsville is always sweet, but first-year head coach Jeff Haas was more pleased with the combination that clicked for his Baldwin High School Bulldogs in Friday’s 68-45 whipping of the Eagles.
Wrestlers win BIT debut
January 30, 2002
Thanks to a different scoring format, the first-ever Baldwin Invitational Wrestling Tournament here Saturday turned out to be interesting, as the home-town Baldwin High School Bulldogs held off the Tonganoxie Chieftains to claim the initial championship.
BJHS seventh improves to 4-3 with wins
January 30, 2002
The Baldwin Junior High School seventh graders improved to 4-3 with a 27-27 victory over Louisburg Monday night. BJHS had beaten Paola 40-29 Thursday to even the record at 3-3.
Residents invited to take test
January 30, 2002
Patrons in USD 348 will have the opportunity to experience first hand the high academic expectations established for students during the Take the Test Day Monday at the Baldwin City Library.
Letters to the editor
January 30, 2002
Deaths
January 30, 2002
Baldwin in brief
January 30, 2002
Baker pitches new SLT plan
January 30, 2002
Baker University and the Kansas Department of Transportation are one step closer to finding a solution regarding the South Lawrence Trafficway.