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New bar, grill opens; to keep Chester Fried
April 1, 2004
Baldwin has a new bar and grill in town. Puckett’s Bar and Grill opened nearly two weeks ago in the S and J Catering building, 309 Ames St.
Baldwin to soon be home to bakery
April 1, 2004
Baking has been a part of Karen Bayer’s life for as long as she can remember. “In my family, there is a tradition of baking,” she said. “Every Sunday, there were pies, cobblers, homemade breads. I grew up with that.”
Death
April 1, 2004
Cold streak slows spring, planting a bit
April 1, 2004
This week’s minor cold snap has slowed a full arrival of spring, but it sure hasn’t stopped it. It does bring to mind long-standing advice to temper spring fever planting because, well, this is Kansas.
Nail drive set for Habitat house; Saturday work groups forming
April 1, 2004
Diane Kennedy is ready to start work on her new house. “I am getting very anxious,” she said. “I’m excited to get it all started.” Kennedy won’t have to wait much longer.
City employees required to attend training session
Discrimination, sexual harassment in workplace reviewed in meeting
April 1, 2004
City employees spent Tuesday morning reviewing what’s considered appropriate in the workplace.
Baldwin in brief
April 1, 2004
Media focuses attention on police chief
McKenna investigated BTK murders; media turn to him for insight
April 1, 2004
Much of the focus about the Wichita serial killer known as BTK lies in Wichita, which is not surprising. What might be more unexpected is the recent renewal of interest in BTK attracting media attention to Baldwin and its police chief.
I’ve got talent
Panoply raises nearly $800 for arts center
April 1, 2004
A trip to the Sweet 16 by the Kansas University Jayhawks didn’t keep too many Baldwin residents home Friday night. Many took the time to attend the first-ever Panoply Talent Show held at Rice Auditorium. “It was a pretty smooth night,” said Derek Flory, a junior at Baldwin High School who helped orchestrate the event. “It’s really great how everyone showed up to support the arts center.”
Shoemaker tops Baldwin wrestlers
April 1, 2004
Bryce Shoemaker made the most of his first-ever trip to the Kansas Kids State Wrestling Tournament. Shoemaker, in only his second year wrestling, capped off an exciting season by winning the state title in the 8-and-under, 55-pound bracket, winning all four of his matches.
BHS’s Spielman again tabbed as top coach
April 1, 2004
One of Baldwin High School’s most successful coaches has been honored once again. Mike Spielman has been chosen as this year’s Class 4A Coach of the Year by the Kansas Cross Country and Track and Field Coaches Association. Also, he was named the Girls Cross Country Coach of the Year all classes by the Coaches Association.
Letters to the editor
April 1, 2004
Baker sports roundup
April 1, 2004
Baldwin’s Kivett gains honors
April 1, 2004
At tournament time in basketball, players look to elevate their level of play, hoping to make a difference and help their team extend its season. The player that fit that role for the Johnson County Community College womens basketball team this postseason was sophomore guard Colleen Kivett.
A shocking start to mowing season
April 1, 2004