Archive for Wednesday, August 27, 2003

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Deaths
August 27, 2003
Playground equipment to soon be installed at new elementary
August 27, 2003
Students at Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center might not have a structure to climb and play on during recess, but that’s not stopping them from enjoying their time outside.
Baker ranked as top school in Midwest
August 27, 2003
Baker University students started school Monday at one of the top schools in the Midwest.
Baldwin sets records in utility usage
August 27, 2003
Baldwin broke records last week, but they are not necessarily the kind the city should strive to set. Usage of both electricity and water peaked at all-time highs, and Utility Director Terry McKinney said Baldwin can expect to see some of the same numbers this week.
Retiring after 20 years
City job educational experience
August 27, 2003
When Jim Tarwater started working for Baldwin in the public works department, he didn’t want to stay. “The first two years I had no desire to stay here because I was mowing grass and filling chuck holes,” Tarwater said. “It wasn’t until I became more involved in the way the city operates and the needs of the city, that’s when I became more interested in staying here.” And he did stay — for 20 years. Friday marks the inspections and zoning administrator’s final day of work with the city. Tarwater, who has worked for the city since 1983, will retire at the end of this week.
Baldwin in brief
August 27, 2003
Concerns raised about changes to school breakfasts, lunches
August 27, 2003
Anita Faddis believes school meals in the Baldwin School District are the best they have been. Faddis, the district’s nutrition education consultant, said the district has made several improvements to the school breakfasts and lunches this year.
Letter to the editor
August 27, 2003