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Council approves water rate increase
April 8, 2004
Knowing it had to be done, the Baldwin City Council had little to discuss Monday night about raising the town’s water rates.
Baldwin greenhouses offer variety of plants
April 8, 2004
Deciding which variety of tomato to plant or whether Gerbera Daisies or African Daisies would work better in a flower garden isn’t always easy. But Baldwin gardeners have a bit of an advantage in selecting plants and flowers by living in this area — mainly, the numerous greenhouses from which to choose.
BHS students earn top ratings at music festival
April 8, 2004
Angie Bacon went into her bassoon solo performance Saturday thinking she was prepared. But her nerves got the better of her, and her performance didn’t go as well as she had anticipated.
New officer comfortable with Baldwin’s size
April 8, 2004
Lance Parker is happy to be back in a small town. Baldwin’s newest police officer feels at home after coming from Wichita.
City plans outage to make changes
Power to be cut for a few hours
April 8, 2004
Most of Baldwin will be without electricity for a few hours next week.
Baldwin sets meeting for downtown plan feedback
Response sought from business, property owners about revitalization
April 8, 2004
Baldwin is taking the next step toward sprucing up the downtown area. A downtown revitalization informational meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, at the Baldwin City Public Library.
The hunt for eggs
April 8, 2004
Rainbow Preschool had its annual community-wide egg hunt Saturday on the campus of Baker University. Hundreds of children and their parents attended the egg hunt. In addition to hunting for eggs, children had the opportunity to get their photos taken with the Easter bunny, get their faces painted and participate in a number of games and activities.
Pool receives floor upgrade
April 8, 2004
A new surface on the floor of the Baldwin City Public Pool has Monte Ezell hoping it will improve the pool’s appearance and save money on maintenance at the same time.
Career Day experience wasn’t just for students
April 8, 2004
BHS tennis shows promise
April 8, 2004
Special to the Signal The Baldwin High School tennis team opened up its season with a tournament at Mill Valley Wednesday.
Bulldog baseball falls in opener
April 8, 2004
Special to the Signal The Baldwin High School baseball team opened its season Thursday in Ottawa. The Bulldogs dropped both games. BHS dropped the first game 11-6 and ended up a little short in the second game, losing 3-2.
Bulldog softball squad drops two to Hays
April 8, 2004
Special to the Signal It was a hard opening night for the Baldwin High School softball team. The Bulldogs opened up against the Class 5A state champs, the Hays Indians and lost both games of the doubleheader.
Death
April 8, 2004
BHS girls dominate track opener
April 8, 2004
Special to the Signal The Baldwin High School girls track team dominated the Baldwin Invitational Tournament Friday night. The Bulldogs won the meet with an overwhelming score of 183 points. The second-place team was Eudora with 79, and third was Anderson County with 70.
Board of education agenda
April 8, 2004
Baker sports roundup
April 8, 2004
BHS boys sixth at BIT track meet
April 8, 2004
Special to the Signal The Baldwin High School boys track team competed in its first meet of the season Friday during the Baldwin Invitational Tournament at Baker University’s Liston Stadium, placing sixth overall.
Baldwin in brief
April 8, 2004