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Council asked to pull license of Baldwin bar
December 3, 2003
The building landlord of a local bar wants the establishment’s recently granted cereal malt beverage license rescinded.
Death
December 3, 2003
Prizes to be given to best light displays
December 3, 2003
It’s time to get out the lights and start decorating the house for next week’s Baldwin City Recreation Commission’s annual holiday lights contest.
Ives Chapel to display nativities
December 3, 2003
It’s rare to see a nativity scene without Mary, but the Ives Chapel nativity display has had one.
Weekend to showcase variety of holiday activities in Baldwin
Art, parade, Santa set for Sunday
December 3, 2003
Baldwin will kick off the holiday season in a big way this weekend beginning with an art show and ending with a visit from Santa with a little bit of caroling in between.
Petition, ACLU raise concerns
School district’s actions questioned
December 3, 2003
Exceptions have been taken to recent action by the Baldwin School Board and a “caution” from the ACLU has been issued to the board concerning alleged actions by Supt. James White.
Among the elite
Kindergarten teacher completes process for national board certification
December 3, 2003
Amy Berg knelt beside kindergartner Megann Lawrenz as the two worked together on a cut and paste project trying to decide whether the picture of a guitar matched the word bar. Once Megann figured out the two weren’t similar, Berg moved on to the next student needing help matching pictures and words. It was an ordinary class project Berg had her students working on, but that Friday was anything but ordinary. That day, less than two weeks ago, the kindergarten teacher at the Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center had just learned that she was one of the state’s newest National Board Certified Teachers.
School board agenda
December 3, 2003
Letters to the editor
December 3, 2003
Baldwin in brief
December 3, 2003