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City council agenda
December 2, 2004
Deaths
December 2, 2004
Baldwin in brief
December 2, 2004
New Baldwin police officer to become SRO
December 2, 2004
Baldwin’s newest police officer comes into the department with a variety of law enforcement experience including being a School Resource Officer and part of a SWAT team.
BCPD installs security system
December 2, 2004
The Baldwin City Police Department has some added security. A new security system was installed in the police department earlier this week.
Activities to ready Baldwin for holidays
December 2, 2004
Temperatures are hovering in the low 30s and snow is on the ground — perfect weather for a parade. It’s also perfect weather for an art show, some caroling, some holiday shopping and a visit from Santa Claus.
Battling snow
December 2, 2004
Baldwin was hit twice in one week with snow storms. The first storm, last Tuesday, dumped 5 to 7 inches of snow in the area. The heavy snow caused many limbs and branches to snap under the weight. The second snow at the beginning of this week was not as severe. The snow, which started late Monday evening and lasted through most of Tuesday only dropped about an inch of snow in the area.
Plenty of road time early for BHS squads
December 2, 2004
It’s that time of year again and, no, that’s not in reference to the holidays. It’s time for basketball and wrestling to begin at Baldwin High School. But, there’s not much action at home until after the school year.
Vinland Nativity seeks volunteers
December 2, 2004
As December approaches, the church family of Vinland United Methodist Church gets started preparing for the 29th annual Living Nativity. As usual it will be presented on Dec. 21-23 at the Vinland Fairgrounds from 6 to 9 p.m.
Return of SRO position is great news
December 2, 2004
BHS lands 16 on Frontier All-League squad
December 2, 2004
Baldwin High School won its first Frontier League football title in three decades this year and that accomplishment wasn’t disregarded by league coaches. BHS placed more players on the all-league team than ever before, including eight first teamers.
Baker women rout CMU in HAAC opener
December 2, 2004
Baker University’s women jumped out to a big lead early and never looked back in an 80-46 victory versus Central Methodist University Tuesday night to open Heart of America Athletic Conference play.
Baker men open HAAC play with win
December 2, 2004
The Baker University Wildcats went on an 11-1 run in the final minutes to defeat Central Methodist University 74-64 Tuesday night in the opening game of Heart of America Athletic Conference play.
A Thanksgiving dinner miracle
December 2, 2004