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Seven wrestlers qualify for kids state
March 26, 2003
Seven out of the 11 Baldwin youth wrestlers continued their post-season run by placing in the top four at the District One Championships at Ottawa High School Saturday and qualified for this weekend’s Kids State Championships to be held at the Topeka Expocenter on Saturday and Sunday, March 29-30.
Thoughts go to war, soldiers in Middle East
March 26, 2003
Deaths
March 26, 2003
Plans unveiled for bicycle path
March 26, 2003
A new plan for a bicycle path/sidewalk system linking the north end of growing Baldwin City to even more growth to the south has been unveiled. According to those involved with it or who’ve seen the plan, it’s dependent on two items — money and planning.
City readies for election
March 26, 2003
The next few days will be important for Baldwin and the candidates running for city and school positions. The Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring candidate forums for both the Baldwin City Council and Baldwin Board of Education this week, just a few days before Tuesday’s election.
Thieves target Baldwin
March 26, 2003
Baldwin has been hit with a string of thefts and burglaries in the past couple of weeks. Since March 12, the Baldwin City Police Department has filed 10 reports of items stolen from local businesses as well as someone breaking into cars and a house.
Baldwin in brief
March 26, 2003
Letters to the editor
March 26, 2003
Bullock official write-in candidate
March 26, 2003
Not every candidate running for a position on the Baldwin Board of Education will be listed on Tuesday’s election ballot. Betty Bullock is running against school board candidate Stacy Cohen for position No. 6 in District 3, but Bullock’s name will not be printed on the ballot. Those wishing to vote for Bullock will have to write her name in on the ballot.
Baker sports roundup
March 26, 2003
BHS graduate marries before heading to war
March 26, 2003
Myrna Arnote has been riding a ride that mothers everywhere fear. Her son, Cody Fordemwalt, is in the Army and the writing is on the wall that he’ll be headed for the hostilities in Iraq soon. “Never in my life did I think I would go through this,” said Arnote. “That your son would join up and then there would be war. You’re so proud of them, but you’re so scared for them, too. “Cody is not afraid. This what he wants to do,” she said. “He said ‘I can’t see myself anywhere else but to defend our country from this garbage.’”