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Letters to the editor
March 11, 2004
Death
March 11, 2004
Fundraising efforts begin for Habitat
March 11, 2004
When the Baldwin City Council decided not to waive any permit fees for the town’s first Habitat for Humanity home, Trina Schartz and Stephanie Schimke decided to take matters into their own hands. The owners of Espress Yourself decided to start a change jar in an effort to collect the $4,100 needed for permit fees for the Habitat home.
Woman’s cat thought to be shot, killed by neighbor
Baldwin resident files police report
March 11, 2004
Teja Curry describes her black and white cat, Cloud Dancer, as a very friendly animal who didn’t know a stranger. “She really loved people and she loved kids,” she said. “She was well-known throughout the neighborhood.” Which is why Curry said she’s outraged that her neighbor would shoot and kill her 14-year-old family pet.
Two city staff complete program, pass test to become linemen
March 11, 2004
Two Baldwin City staff employees now have an honor few others can claim. Chris Croucher and Jeff Schmidt recently passed their tests to become Journeyman Linemen, which is considered the top honor in their profession. “This certificate is just like a college degree,” Delbert Breithaupt, Sr., their colleague, said. “This means the city has qualified people to go out and do anything electrical. We’re self sufficient as far as the electrical department is concerned.”
School board seeks new member to fill Cohen’s seat
March 11, 2004
The Baldwin Board of Education is now accepting applications for a new board member.
Baldwin in brief
March 11, 2004
Presentations leave communiy members ‘impressed’
March 11, 2004
Ralph and Judith Tanner left the library Saturday impressed. The Baldwin couple spent part of the day listening to Kansas State University architecture students present their design ideas for the Lumberyard Arts Center. The Tanners were pleased with what they heard.
Baker sports roundup
March 11, 2004
Bulldogs make all-league team
March 11, 2004
By Jeff Myrick Baldwin City Signal Editor Although the seasons didn’t end up as planned, the Baldwin High School basketball teams were well represented on the Frontier League’s all-league teams.
Bulldogs drop sub-state semi
March 11, 2004
By Jeff Myrick Baldwin City Signal Editor After coming up with a huge upset in the opening round of sub-state play earlier in the week, the Baldwin High School Bulldogs saw the season come to a crashing halt with a 72-58 loss to Anderson County in the semifinal round Friday night.
BHS girls fall in sub-state semifinals
March 11, 2004
By Jimmy Gillispie Signal Sports Writer The career of six seniors ended with the conclusion of the Baldwin High School girls basketball team season against Spring Hill for the third consecutive year.
More on Habitat house
March 11, 2004