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Baldwin police to increase patrols for holiday weekend
September 2, 2004
Unlike a lot of Baldwin residents, local police officers won’t be taking Labor Day weekend off. Baldwin police will be stepping up patrols this weekend, as well as in the coming weeks, in an effort to curb alcohol-related accidents.
Early figures show decline in BU enrollment
September 2, 2004
There aren’t quite as many students at Baker University this year as there were last year. Early figures for 2004-2005 suggest Baker’s enrollment will be a few students less than the 2003-2004 school year.
Police work questioned in Baldwin rape case
September 2, 2004
A 29-year-old Lawrence man was found not guilty Friday of raping a woman in 2003 at her Baldwin apartment, ending a case one juror said was full of holes and lacking conclusive evidence.
Hanging around
September 2, 2004
Baldwin School District students had their first full week of school last week after returning from summer vacation. Students will have a three-day weekend as school is out for the Labor Day holiday Monday.
Intermediate center has first ever all-school student council elections
September 2, 2004
It was apparent it was an election year at Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center. Campaign posters and signs hung along the walls, speeches were made and the votes were tallied.
Deaths
September 2, 2004
Baldwin in brief
September 2, 2004
Plan finalized for downtown revitalization
September 2, 2004
The plans for revitalizing Baldwin’s downtown aren’t quite what they were when they were presented to the public this past spring.
Signal sports line
September 2, 2004
Baker opens Saturday in Grossner’s debut
September 2, 2004
For first-year head coach Mike Grossner, the Baker University football team and its fans, the wait is almost over. Saturday at 7 p.m., the Wildcats will have their season opener at Liston Stadium. It will be a good test, too. Evangel, which finished third in the Heart of America Athletic Conference last year, is the opponent. Evangel is even better this year, Grossner said.
BHS ready to open Berg’s seventh season
September 2, 2004
If Mike Berg’s hunch is right, there should be plenty of hard hitting Friday night when his Baldwin High School football squad opens the season against the Gardner Trailblazers at 7 p.m. in Liston Stadium. “We are very excited about the season opener,” said Berg, who enters his seventh season as the Bulldog boss. “The players are really upset with the coaches because we’re not letting them hit as much as they want.
Baldwin’s rainfall up close and personal
September 2, 2004