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Council OKs no parking in front of BESPC
March 4, 2004
Dismissal at Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center could take some getting used to, at least for parents. Changes will soon be made to Chapel Street between Sixth and Eighth streets in an effort to ease some of the traffic congestion that clogs the street after school.
City council decides against waiving permit fees for Habitat house
March 4, 2004
Habitat for Humanity won’t be getting any relief from the city on the permit fees for its new house. The Baldwin City Council denied the organization’s request to waive any of the permit and connection fees for Baldwin’s first-ever Habitat house.
Baldwin in brief
March 4, 2004
Just a short glimpse at the Signal’s five years
March 4, 2004
Deaths
March 4, 2004
Baker sports roundup
March 4, 2004
Baker signs QB
March 4, 2004
Logan-Rogersville quarterback Kendall Bradley signed a letter of intent to play football for Baker University Thursday at Logan-Rogersville High School in Rogersville, Mo.
Speeds lowered on county roads
March 4, 2004
Motorists beware. The speed limits north of town along Douglas County Roads 1055 and 12 will soon be lowered.
Four-way stop installed
March 4, 2004
Myra Glover believes Eighth and Dearborn is a dangerous intersection. The Baker University employee has seen first hand a number of close calls and accidents at the intersection on the northwest corner of campus.
Public invited to attend student arts center presentations
March 4, 2004
Sandy Cardens doesn’t want the Baldwin community to be left in the dark on the Lumberyard Arts Center project. To help keep the public better informed, an open invitation has been issued for Saturday’s presentation of possible designs for the future arts center.
Baldwin sued by former city employee
Meter reader says she was humiliated by pornographic materials at work
March 4, 2004
A former city meter reader is suing Baldwin over pornographic playing cards, magazines and calendars in the workplace.
The art of volunteering
VES students complete variety of artwork in class
March 4, 2004
Chinese scroll paintings, African masks and numerous other pieces of artwork line the halls of Vinland Elementary School, making the building resemble more of an art gallery than a school. “We made things like African masks, which is something you don’t usually see around a school,” VES fourth-grader Chesney Buck said.
Bulldogs upset Spring Hill to advance
March 4, 2004
It was one of those late-season thrillers, but when it was all over, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs had the biggest thrill with a 71-70 overtime victory over the Spring Hill Broncos in the first round of sub-state play here Tuesday night.
BHS girls win second league title
March 4, 2004
The Baldwin High School girls basketball team rang up its second straight Frontier League title and advanced to the sub-state semifinals looking like the team to beat.
BHS’s Flory, Lang place at state
March 4, 2004
Derek Lang and Kyle Flory have stood by each other since before kindergarten. Now, as their schooling comes to a close, the two best friends can stand by each other once more, on the award stand.
Letters to the editor
March 4, 2004
Another black eye?
March 4, 2004
Chamber honors community service members with banquet
March 4, 2004
Four of Baldwin City’s finest were honored for their efforts at the annual Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner Friday night at the Lodge.