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Baker’s defense stuffs Lindenwood, 22-0
October 2, 2002
Baker University made a statement Saturday, especially the defense, in a 22-0 blanking of Lindenwood in a must-win game.
Homecoming not so happy as BHS falls to Lousiburg
October 2, 2002
Mental mistakes and plenty of them doomed the Baldwin High School Bulldogs to a 20-13 homecoming loss to the Louisburg Wildcats Friday night.
Letters to the editor
October 2, 2002
Deaths
October 2, 2002
Baker sports roundup
October 2, 2002
Baldwin in brief
October 2, 2002
City requests traffic study at busy intersection
October 2, 2002
It’s safe to say that since Santa Fe Market and McDonald’s opened on the corner of Sixth Street and U.S. Highway 56 that traffic has not lessened at the intersection. It’s something Baldwin City staff is aware of and has turned to the Kansas Department of Transportation for help.
BCRC, Baldwin City work to resolve pool problems
October 2, 2002
It’s still not known for sure what caused the circulation pump failure at the Baldwin City Public Pool, according to Baldwin City Recreation Commission Director Monte Ezell, but both the city staff and the recreation commission are looking at ways to prevent it from happening again.
McMillen siblings celebrate their lives
October 2, 2002
Letha Myers knows first hand what it’s like growing up being the only girl in the family. “I did just about everything they did,” she said. But that didn’t mean Myers’ three older brothers, Don, Dale and Chet McMillen, didn’t make life a little tough for her sometimes. When the four siblings gathered at Don McMillen’s house recently, Myers recalled several stories about what it was like living with her brothers as children, including the time they tried to get her to eat a poisonous plant. “They told me to eat a wild Indian turnip,” she said. “They told me it was a wild potato.” She turned to Chet laughing, “You tried to get rid of me.”
Baker disputes audit findings
October 2, 2002
Although Federal auditors say Baker University violated financial aid and student recruitment rules in the late 1990s, Baker officials believe the matter will be resolved without potentially steep penalties being paid.