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Busy slate on tap for Wildcat teams
February 26, 2004
The winter sports season continues in postseason mode and the spring sports season gets closer to being completely underway for Baker University’s Wildcats this week.
BJHS boys wrap up season with big wins
February 26, 2004
The Baldwin Junior High School boys basketball teams ended its seasons with a winning night against the Wellsville Eagles on Monday.
Baker receives Bush Bible
February 26, 2004
Baker University announced today it has received a Bible signed by President George W. Bush, adding to its collection of Bibles signed by every president since Harry S. Truman.
Death
February 26, 2004
City’s water tower project completed under budget
February 26, 2004
Baldwin now has more water storage capacity, higher water pressure and two new water towers, and it all cost less than what the city had anticipated.
Baldwin in brief
February 26, 2004
Library placed on National Register
Coal Creek Library to be rededicated
February 26, 2004
Vinland’s Coal Creek Library won’t just have the distinction of being the oldest library in Kansas. The small library has now been added to the National Register of Historic Places, joining neighboring Grange Hall on the list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.
BESPC, city struggle with traffic
Suggestions made to ease congestion along Chapel
February 26, 2004
To Deb Ehling-Gwin, Chapel Street in front of Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center looks more like a demolition derby arena than a city street during afternoon dismissal.
Former Baldwin officer recertified
February 26, 2004
A former Baldwin police officer who had his certification revoked by the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center has been recertified as an officer.
Bulldogs fall to Broncos
February 26, 2004
For the first half Friday, it looked like the Baldwin High School Bulldogs would give the Spring Hill Broncos all they wanted. But, the wheels fell off in the third quarter and BHS fell hard, 91-68.
BHS falls to No. 1
February 26, 2004
The Baldwin High School girls were just outmatched in an added game on Tuesday night against Pembroke Hill, as it lost 46-22 to the No.1 team in small class Missouri.
BHS girls have mixed bag of results
February 26, 2004
It was the tale of two completely different games for the Baldwin High School girls basketball team, now 15-4 overall and 8-0 in league, as it played Paola Friday and Bishop Ward Monday.
Six Bulldogs qualify for state
February 26, 2004
The Baldwin High School Bulldog wrestling squad took third place at regionals Saturday in Hiawatha and qualified six wrestlers for the state tournament in Wichita. Spring Hill placed first as a team and Lansing was second.
OK, those calves are certainly cute right now, but …
February 26, 2004
Letters to the editor
February 26, 2004
Habitat comes to Baldwin
Family considers house ‘opportunity of a lifetime’
February 26, 2004
Three years ago, Diane Kennedy and her family could have owned their own house in Lawrence. But Kennedy, who has lived in Baldwin most of her life, didn’t want to leave the town where she had been raised, so she chose to wait. Her waiting paid off. After two and a half years of searching, Habitat for Humanity has finally located a lot in town to build Baldwin’s first Habitat home — which will be built specifically for Kennedy and her children, 16-year old Randi, 14-year-old Ryan and 10-year-old Tyler.