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Council goes on fast break
April 7, 2005
There was no wasted time at Monday’s Baldwin City Council meeting. Within minutes — roughly eight or so — all business had been taken care of the meeting was adjourned.
Baldwin Briefs
April 7, 2005
Letters to the Editor
April 7, 2005
Vinland views Operation Wildlife
April 7, 2005
Vinland Elementary School students spent an hour Friday morning watching and learning about owls during its annual Operation Wildlife program.
Pope’s passing observed by Baldwin Catholics
April 7, 2005
Many Baldwin City residents remembered the life of the late Pope John Paul II at Sunday morning services, as he died at his Vatican home on Saturday.
BHS baseball drops one to Osawatomie
April 7, 2005
As the recent weather would no doubt indicate, spring is here. Traditionally, with spring comes a new season of baseball. Not only that, but in Baldwin High School’s case, a new coach comes with the new season.
BHS softball team loses to Paola
April 7, 2005
Improved hitting didn’t mean any more wins for the Baldwin High School softball team on its trip to Paola on Tuesday.
Bulldogs win BIT meet titles
April 7, 2005
The Baldwin High School boys track team dominated its opponents while the girls team squeaked by with a one-point victory at the Baldwin Invitational on Friday.
Another fine festival
April 7, 2005
A few hundred people attended the fourth annual Community Wellness Festival, with many of them participating in the available screenings at Collins Gym on Saturday morning.
Police have eyes on local offenders
April 7, 2005
There are several registered sex offenders currently living in Baldwin City, but there could be more.
Baldwin voters turn out
April 7, 2005
Baldwin City and area voters finally got to speak Tuesday on city council, mayor, school board and the gay-marriage amendment and they spoke loudly and often. Turnout was heavy in the Baldwin area, according to Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew, with 40 percent of the voters showing up at most of the various polls. Those voters brought back four incumbents, but replaced two others.