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Realignment changes school board election
January 15, 2003
Those interested in running for a seat on the Baldwin Board of Education need to take a close look at the board member districts before filing Tuesday.
Baker women continue to improve on record
January 15, 2003
It was up and over the .500 mark for the Baker University Wildcat women Saturday at home. The Wildcats topped Avila 79-72 to improve their record to 9-8 on the season. However, it was back to .500 Monday when the fell 73-54 to Evangel.
Baker wins pair, including one in OT
January 15, 2003
It was a wild one Saturday in the Collins Gym for the Baker University Wildcats. But when the second overtime was over, the Wildcats had a thrilling 104-97 victory against Avila College.
BHS girls keep unbeaten league slate
January 15, 2003
It was nearly as pretty as the game before, but the Baldwin High School Bulldog girls were plenty happy to come away with a 43-38 win over Paola on the road Friday night to remain unbeaten in Frontier League play.
BHS tops Paola for second win
January 15, 2003
For the first time in a long time, Baldwin High School had a complete varsity lineup Jan. 7 at Paola. For the first time this season, the Bulldogs put four quarters together and the combination resulted in a 64-55 victory.
The lights are on at KDOT, but …
January 15, 2003
Deaths
January 15, 2003
Baldwin to get traffic signal
January 15, 2003
Baldwin City finally got what it was looking for. The Kansas Department of Transportation recently notified the city that a traffic signal will be installed at the intersection of U.S. Highway 56 and Sixth Street.
BJHS choir sings anthem for inauguration
January 15, 2003
It was far from a normal day for the Baldwin Junior High School Chansonettes Monday. They sang the Star Spangled Banner for Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ inauguration ceremony on the steps of the State Capitol in Topeka. “It was an exciting day,” said Jodie Eldridge, vocal music teacher at BJHS. “The weather was nice and the girls had a good time I think. They sang well and enjoyed being part of the event. We had a great day.”
Lack of moisture causes county to issue burn ban
January 15, 2003
A county-wide burn ban is in effect until next week. Because of the dry conditions, Douglas County issued a week-long burn ban, which began Monday and runs through next Monday, Jan. 20.
Baldwin police file lawsuits
January 15, 2003
A lawsuit alleging defamation and violations of constitutional rights was filed by four Baldwin police officers last week in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kan. The officers filing the lawsuit were Cpl. Bill Dempsey and officers Eric Garcia, Charles Woolsoncroft and Charles Hensley. Named as defendants were the city of Baldwin, mayor, city administrator and city council. Damages in excess of $75,000 are sought.
School district to look at security measures
January 15, 2003
Recent break-ins to Baldwin school district buildings have school officials taking a closer look at security.
Baldwin in brief
January 15, 2003