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Baldwin in brief
December 30, 2003
Deaths
December 30, 2003
Dog tags need renewing
December 30, 2003
Dog tags in Baldwin expire Wednesday, which means dog owners have a month to get them renewed.
New downtown Baldwin business to focus on design
December 30, 2003
Mike Langrehr’s talent is design and he’s putting it to use in his new Baldwin business.
Contributions continue for arts center
December 30, 2003
The Lumberyard Arts Center project has experienced the spirit of giving, but it has not just been around the holidays.
Building permits in Baldwin increase
December 30, 2003
Baldwin saw a boom in the construction of houses this past year. The town saw an increase in single and two family dwellings like never before, which can only benefit Baldwin, City Administrator Jeff Dingman said.
Police seize marijuana plants
December 30, 2003
A Baldwin resident was arrested after Baldwin police discovered a number of marijuana plants growing in a house on Chapel Street.
Postmaster and commander
Wilson retires after 10 years as Baldwin postmaster
December 30, 2003
When Sarah Wilson first became postmaster in Baldwin, she was given a tongue lashing by a post office customer for not knowing the customer’s name. Now, 10 years later, Wilson has no problem remembering the names of many of the people in town, as well as their mail route or box numbers.
Sports action to resume in 2004
December 30, 2003
Sports action in Baldwin will return big time after the layoff during the Christmas and New Year break. Baldwin High School’s basketball teams get back on the hard court Friday with home games against Ottawa. Games in both Baldwin Junior High School and Baldwin High School start at 4 p.m.
A look at Baldwin sports 2003 in review
December 30, 2003
When reviewing the past year in sports action for Baldwin, there’s a little bit of everything for highlights. But, leading the way, were the numerous state performances and appearances by Baldwin High School athletes. BHS crowned one individual and two teams as Class 4A champions in 2003. Kyle Flory was the individual with his state title in the 171-pound weight division. As for the team titles, of course it was the BHS cross country teams again. The Bulldog boys won their amazing sixth straight Class 4A championship and the girls turned in their second.