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Dismissed lawsuits against city appealed
September 16, 2004
Lawsuits filed against the City of Baldwin City which had been dismissed last month by a U.S. District Court Judge have been appealed to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.
Deaths
September 16, 2004
Baker event to explode with many multi-cultural activities
September 16, 2004
Baldwin residents will have an opportunity to experience cultures from around the world this weekend, and not even go any further than Baker University to do it.
Cuppa Java to wrap up final Art Walk
September 16, 2004
For Christy Carlisle, the reason to attend the final Art Walk of the summer is an obvious one. “Very simply, mugs, food and coffee,” she said.
Lack of poles delay city signal another month
September 16, 2004
Baldwin is going to have to wait a little longer for its first traffic signal. The installation of the traffic signal at the U.S. Highway 56 and Sixth Street intersection has been delayed once again, and is now not expected to be in place until sometime in October, according to Baldwin Utility Director Terry McKinney.
Soccer to be added as high school sport
September 16, 2004
It will only be a matter of time before Baldwin High School students are bending it like Beckham. The Baldwin Board of Education approved in a 6-1 vote Monday to add soccer to the district activities offered to students.
Baldwin in brief
September 16, 2004
Field day fun
September 16, 2004
Baldwin School District first and second graders had their annual field day Friday at Marion Springs Elementary School. Events included an obstacle course, tug of war and scooter races. Baldwin High School students from the FCCLA class assisted with the field day.
BHS girls second at Wamego meet
September 16, 2004
It was another fast paced meet for the Baldwin High School girls varsity cross country team. Baldwin placed second in a strong 18-team field Saturday at Wamego.
BHS boys win Wamego cross country meet
September 16, 2004
A blur of purple sped through the finish line as the Baldwin HIgh School boys varsity cross country team easily claimed its second victory of the season at the Wamego Invitational Saturday.
Busy slate for BHS volleyball
September 16, 2004
By Ben Knoll Signal Sports Writer The Baldwin High School volleyball team continued its roller coaster season last week, with a meet on Thursday at Tonganoxie and the Baldwin Invitational Tournament at home on Saturday.
Turnovers doom Baker in loss
September 16, 2004
A nasty bout with turnovers Saturday brought the Baker University football team back to reality from its season-opening win. Central Methodist took advantage of eight Wildcat mistakes for a 30-6 win. First-year head coach Mike Grossner agreed it was a case of whatever could go wrong, did go wrong in the loss.
Bulldogs knock off 5A Paola, too
September 16, 2004
PAOLA — Back-to-back victories over Class 5A schools have Baldwin High School football coach Mike Berg happy. His Bulldogs took a different route here Friday night, but ended up beating the Paola Panthers 28-14. “I’m just very happy with where we’re sitting right now,” said Berg, in his seventh season at the Bulldog helm. “We’ve taken care of business. We haven’t beaten Gardner and Paola in the same year since 1991. Seems like we could only beat one of them each year.”
Cell phones are blessing, curse
September 16, 2004
Baker sports roundup
September 16, 2004