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City council dicusses revisions to tree ordinance
November 20, 2002
It doesn’t look like it will be too long before Baldwin City has a tree board to accompany a revised tree ordinance.
Baker falls in season finale
November 20, 2002
The No. 4-ranked Benedictine Ravens proved to be too much for Baker University Wildcats here Saturday as Baker fell 27-3 in its season finale.
BU women win, lose in tourney
November 20, 2002
Baker University’s womens basketball team played in the Park University Invitational this past weekend.
Baker men win three out of four
November 20, 2002
Baker University’s mens basketball team played four games in the last week, two of which were in the Baker University Invitational, and one each against McPherson College and St. Mary. When the dust had settled, the Wildcats had won three of those four.
Honors, like titles, roll in for BHS runners
November 20, 2002
Every year about this time, Baldwin High School has another state cross country title and the post-season accolades start piling up like the leaves outside.
Baldwin in brief
November 20, 2002
Deaths
November 20, 2002
Events set mood for holidays
November 20, 2002
There should be a little something for everyone in Baldwin looking to get into the holiday spirit this year.
Couple’s dream project hits snag
November 20, 2002
A dream to bring an art-based bed and breakfast has proven to be a frustrating endeavor for Christy Carlisle and her husband, Paul.
Police chief search nearing completion
November 20, 2002
The search is still on for a new Baldwin City police chief, but the wait shouldn’t be too much longer.
Water tower could delay start to school year
November 20, 2002
It’s a possibility Baldwin schools will start late next year. In fact, classes might not resume for the 2003-2004 school year until after Labor Day.
Back to ‘1776’
November 20, 2002
The lights went dark and a line of Congressmen entered the stage. It was a flash back to 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was first written. In fact, that’s what the Baldwin High School fall musical “1776” was about. The story of America’s independence took place Thursday through Saturday in the junior high auditorium.
Baker soccer is national bound
November 20, 2002
Thanks to a stingy defense that allowed no goals in its final three games, Baker University’s mens soccer team will make its first trip to the NAIA National Tournament this weekend.