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Baker sports roundup
October 9, 2002
Baldwin sports briefs
October 9, 2002
Baker pitches second straight shut out
October 9, 2002
For the second week in a row, the Baker defense posted a shut out. And for the first time since 1994, the Wildcats were able to pull off a win at Graceland’s Bruce Jenner Stadium, this time by a 28-0 count.
Letters to the editor
October 9, 2002
Deaths
October 9, 2002
Developers debate over sewer collection system
October 9, 2002
Two local developers are at odds over the Baldwin sewer system. Jerry Donnelly and Michael C. Green can’t agree on sewer system hookups for their developments and have turned to the Baldwin City Council for a solution.
Davis severs ties with CLEAR group
October 9, 2002
After several weeks of controversy, Kathy Davis, founder and long-time executive director of the CLEAR Foundation, has chosen to “cease” her “participation” with the organization.
Baldwin police officer fired for shooting cat
October 9, 2002
An officer with the Baldwin City Police Department was fired last week for shooting an injured cat in downtown Baldwin. Charles Woolsoncroft was fired Thursday after shooting a cat with his .40-caliber service revolver Monday night at Eighth and High streets.
Board of Education agenda
October 9, 2002
Baldwin in brief
October 9, 2002
Signs, walking with parents serve as safety review
October 9, 2002
Red and yellow signs popped up around a few yards last week. In fact, many of the signs could be found at Baldwin Elementary School. But they weren’t in support of any political candidate. Instead, the short yard signs that read “Please slow down. Think … about our children,” promoted children’s safety.
Bulldogs bite Broncos hard
October 9, 2002
After two weeks in which the Bulldog offense sputtered, Baldwin High School took some of its aggression out on the Spring Hill Broncos, winning by a score of 49-20 Friday night to snap a two-game losing streak.
As time goes by
October 9, 2002
The Baldwin Elementary School compiled a time capsule for the new elementary school. The fourth graders, the first class that will graduate from the new school, placed the capsule in a wall on Oct. 1. The time capsule contained a yearbook, newspapers, 2002 and 2000 coins, state quarters and a school key. The capsule is not set to be opened at any certain time.