Archive for Wednesday, January 14, 2004

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Letter to the editor
January 14, 2004
Signal to change publication day in February
January 14, 2004
Starting the first week in February, the Baldwin City Signal will move its publication date from Wednesdays to Thursdays.
Fire truck accident sent to district court
January 14, 2004
A citation issued in an accident involving a Baldwin fire truck won’t be taken care of in city court to avoid a conflict of interest. Instead, the case is being sent to district court.
Board approves of KASB review of district policy
January 14, 2004
Scott Lauridsen thinks a full board policy audit is in the Baldwin School District’s best interest. “I think it’s worth it,” Lauridsen said. “I think it’s worth it to get us up to the point where we needed to be awhile ago.”
A passion for the job
January 14, 2004
Tina Rakes likes to cook, golf, hike, fish and has an interest in holistic health. But of all of her interests, there’s one that she might favor more than the others. “I have a passion for the building trade,” she said. “It’s been a passion of mine since I was a kid.” Rakes turned her passion into a profession, working as a building official in western Kansas before starting a similar position in Baldwin Jan 5. As the town’s new codes enforcement supervisor, she will be responsible for building inspections, zoning, planning and property maintenance and codes.
Police stop robbery at tractor dealership
Theft suspects caught
January 14, 2004
Two observant citizens helped keep thousands of dollars in farm equipment from being stolen from a Baldwin business over the weekend.
Deaths
January 14, 2004
Baldwin in brief
January 14, 2004
BHS wrestlers blank Wellsville 78-0
January 14, 2004
Special to the Signal The Baldwin High School Bulldog wrestling squad beat the Wellsville Eagles 78-0 Thursday at Wellsville. The Eagles had nine forfeits and Baldwin won the matches that were wrestled. The only weight classes that had matches were the 103-pound, 119-pound, 135-pound, 171-pound, and the 275-pound weight classes.
Maybe changes will help with post-holiday blues
January 14, 2004
BHS girls ‘intense’ in victory over Paola
January 14, 2004
By Jimmy Gillispie Signal Sports Writer The Baldwin High School girls basketball team defeated Paola High School 56-43 by jumping out to an early lead and playing more aggressive at home on Jan. 6. “I thought throughout the game, we had a more consistent effort on intensity,” coach Eric Toot said. “We didn’t have as many down times during the game that we’ve been struggling with.”
Baker sports roundup
January 14, 2004
Bulldogs post win over Paola
January 14, 2004
By Jimmy Gillispie Signal Sports Writer The Baldwin High School boys basketball team picked up its first win since losing senior Andy Hannon, by defeating Paola High School 57-47 at home on Jan. 6, to improve its record to 3-5. “I’m really proud of our players, because basically from start to finish, we did what we set out to do,” coach Jeff Haas said.