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Paine will be remembered for quality job
February 19, 2003
Holland sets town meeting
February 19, 2003
Baldwin residents will soon get an opportunity to discuss state legislature issues with a representative. Rep. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin, has scheduled a town hall meeting for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Baldwin Care Center.
Can you spell winner?
BJHS student wins county spelling bee for second time
February 19, 2003
Marianne Sansom said her spelling ability doesn’t come naturally, that she has to study. Considering the Baldwin Junior High School sixth grader won the Douglas County Spelling Bee for the second straight year on Feb. 8, her studying skills must be good. “I just memorize words really well,” she said. Sansom, who has been the in county spelling bee every year since the third grade, memorizes a lot from a book containing about 27,000 words. “I like to study off that,” she said.
Bulldgos fall to Cards
February 19, 2003
It was another almost for the Baldwin High School Bulldogs Friday in a Valentine’s Day bout with the Eudora Cardinals. In the end, hearts were broken as BHS fell 56-50.
BHS wrestlers log top league finishes
February 19, 2003
It was a monster week for the Baldwin High School Bulldog wrestling team. After tying for their first Frontier League dual crown since 1976 on Thursday, the Bulldogs turned around with a third-place finish in the league tournament on Saturday.
BHS girls clobber Cardinals
February 19, 2003
Despite having won 11 straight games, Baldwin High School girls basketball coach Eric Toot was concerned with the Bulldogs. That melted away Valentine’s Day as BHS destroyed Eudora 69-22 to run the streak to an even dozen.
Paine honored by city council
February 19, 2003
Monday night’s Baldwin City Council meeting was Larry Paine’s last as city administrator.
Baker men win, women lose
February 19, 2003
Letters to the editor
February 19, 2003
Deaths
February 19, 2003
Baldwin in brief
February 19, 2003
Baldwin judge suspended
February 19, 2003
The Baldwin City Council agreed Monday night to suspend Baldwin’s municipal judge without pay. Judge John Cochran, who is under investigation by the Kansas Supreme Court, has been suspended until the conclusion of the investigation.