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Baldwin City Council agenda for Monday
December 30, 2004
Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting will be at the American Legion Hall instead of its usual location at the Baldwin City Public Library. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m.
Stop sign meeting set
December 30, 2004
Deaths
December 30, 2004
Baldwin Briefs
December 30, 2004
Column: ‘Only the Good Die Young’
December 30, 2004
The recent death of NFL defensive lineman Reggie White made me look at the special people in sports in the country and this community that we have lost in the past year.
BHS racks up titles in 2004
December 30, 2004
The past year has been highlighted by many sporting events in the Baldwin City area. Both Baldwin High School and Baker University provided headlines to remember.
My favorite Christmas present
December 30, 2004
Baldwin police checking for DUI’s
December 30, 2004
Tis the season to be jolly, but be careful just how jolly when driving. That’s the warning from the Baldwin City Police Department. Officers will be keeping an eye out for impaired drivers, those that have had too much to drink.
Post Christmas scene in Baldwin full of activities
December 30, 2004
The Christmas season is over in Baldwin City, but that didn’t stop people from getting out and doing the things they love. With their children on Christmas break, many parents spent time with children the few days after the holiday. Some families already took down their Christmas decorations and placed their tree at the corner of 3rd and Fremont to be recycled. The Baldwin Christmas Bird Count took place Monday, which is a 42-year-old tradition. This year a Trumpeter Swan was one of the more than 26,000 birds spotted. The decorations in downtown Baldwin City still remain hanging to remind everyone of the holiday season.
Year brings plenty of news for Baldwin
December 30, 2004
It was a year full of news in Baldwin City in 2004 and it wasn’t always good. There were untimely deaths, too much crime news, plenty of changes and, yes, good news, such as Habitat for Humanity coming to town and improved test scores in the Baldwin School District.