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Chamber implements Baldwin Dollars
July 10, 2002
The Baldwin Chamber of Commerce wants residents to spend their dollars Baldwin Dollars at local businesses.
Rebels play well at state
July 10, 2002
The Midwest Rebels, a team comprised of baseball players from Eudora, Baldwin and Lawrence, finished 2-2 at the USSSA 14AA state baseball tournament in Salina.
Get the entire picture on our elementary education
July 10, 2002
Baldwin in brief
July 10, 2002
Baldwin tree program to hopefully start next week
July 10, 2002
It’s almost certain that a drive down any street in Baldwin will reveal at least one tree that needs to be trimmed, is diseased or still has damage from the January ice storm. That’s one of the reasons Fadra Andrews Mitchell would like to see a community forestry program complete with a city tree board started.
City fires up generators for first time this summer
July 10, 2002
The temperature has been warm this summer, but not hot enough to cause too many problems with Baldwin City’s electricity, according to City Administrator Larry Paine.
Fun on the fourth
Celebration draws crowd; is successful
July 10, 2002
The annual Baldwin community Fourth of July celebration and fireworks display went off with a bang. Around 1,000 people showed up for the Citizens for Baldwin City-sponsored event Thursday afternoon and evening, CFBC president Dana Robertson said. “It went really well,” Robertson said. “Everybody seemed to have a good time and we had some really good fireworks.” She said the activities and events, like the giant water slide, the games and the face painting, were popular. The band Krazy Kats also drew a big crowd. “The band was a real big hit,” he said. “People came from Kansas City to hear them.”
Meeker returns to court for Baldwin shooting
July 10, 2002
The man accused of shooting his neighbor’s boyfriend in west Baldwin last year will return to court for a second jury trial this morning.
List says two Baldwin schools need improvement
July 10, 2002
Two of the three USD 348 elementary schools have been listed by the U.S. Department of Education as not having made adequate academic progress with some students. While concerned with the listing, district officials maintain it’s a small percentage of students involved and doesn’t reflect on the district’s students as a whole.