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City council has unusually short meeting
March 6, 2002
It wasn’t a typical Baldwin City Council meeting Monday night. In fact, it could have been the shortest council meeting ever.
Baker sports briefs
March 6, 2002
Several of Baker University’s athletic teams were in action last week.
BHS’s Harris, wrestlers gain honors
March 6, 2002
Post-season accolades are flowing in for the Baldwin High School wrestlers and especially Bulldog coach Kit Harris.
Bulldogs come close against Spring Hill
March 6, 2002
There was a giant killer dressed as a Bulldog Friday night at the Mill Valley Class 4A Sub-state. But, Baldwin High School’s valiant run against No. 1-ranked Spring Hill ended with an official’s whistle and an intentional foul as the Broncos took advantage with 10 seconds left to take a 55-48 win.
Bulldog girls fall just short
March 6, 2002
It was almost and a half for the Baldwin High School girls in the sub-state finals against No. 1-ranked Spring Hill. But, almost slipped away and the Bulldogs fell 54-44 to end the season in Mill Valley Saturday night.
BCPD has new officer on streets
March 6, 2002
The Baldwin City Police Department has a new face on the force. Officer Chris McCaig, who joined the department in October and has spent the last few months training in Yoder, has only been patrolling the city streets since mid-January.
Deaths
March 6, 2002
Baldwin in brief
March 6, 2002
Renovation of Collins still on schedule
March 6, 2002
Collins Library has reached the halfway point. Renovations to Baker University’s library, which began in September of 2001, should be completed in November, said Bonnie Postlethwaite, Baker’s Director of Information Services.
BHS cooks up culinary program
March 6, 2002
It’s now so much more than just powdered biscuits. High school cooking classes aren’t what they used to be, which is evident by Baldwin High School’s newest cooking program the culinary class. “This has been a real transition for us the last couple of years in our culinary department,” said Anita Faddis, BHS family and consumer science teacher. “We’ve gone from a foods lab with aprons to a more professional setting. I think it is so exciting.” The culinary department, which is in its first year at BHS, offers something different from the traditional cooking classes, Faddis said.