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Council doesn’t have quorum
Meeting reschedules for next week
July 8, 2004
Tuesday’s Baldwin City Council meeting was one of the shortest on record. In fact, to be technical, the meeting didn’t even get underway.
Deaths
July 8, 2004
Baldwin in brief
July 8, 2004
Local bakery opens
July 8, 2004
The Baldwin City Baking Company, 215 N. Sixth St., opened for business last week, and owner Karen Bayer said the response from the community has been good.
Work slated to begin on traffic signal
July 8, 2004
Baldwin is a little closer to getting its promised traffic signal. Work is slated to begin this week at the intersection of Sixth Street and U.S. Highway 56, the site of Baldwin’s first traffic signal.
City employee sent to hospital after shock
July 8, 2004
A Baldwin City employee who was sent to the hospital last week after a work-related accident was back at work Tuesday.
BU professor spends month traveling in Asia
Trip allows Kirk chance to experience new cultures
July 8, 2004
Mark Kirk wasn’t in Tibet any seven years. But he felt fortunate for the opportunity to spend several days in the small country, in addition to other countries including Bhutan and Nepal, experiencing an entirely different culture than the one familiar to him in Baldwin. “It was a cool experience,” Kirk said of his month-long trip to Asia. “I’m going to go back again, I hope.”
Baldwin community celebrates Fourth
July 8, 2004
Fireworks boomed and sparkled and the American flags flew all over town as Baldwin City celebrated its Fourth of July with the usual traditions.