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Eloise ends long career
April 28, 2005
A friendly smile and a warm hello have been greeting people at the Baldwin State Bank for nearly 30 years, but that face has been missing since the middle of March. After 50 years of working inside Baldwin State Bank, Eloise Craig retired. Craig was not a full-time employee until 1979, but did work part-time before that. “I was perfectly happy there,” Craig said. “They were like family to me. Deaths and other things were hard to take sometimes.”
Front page Baldwin Briefly
April 28, 2005
Here are the three briefs that appeared on the front page of this week’s Signal.
Refugee camp’ gives students an experience
April 28, 2005
Most of their fellow students have never been in a refugee camp and probably never will be. So a group of students at Baker University decided to create one on the campus of the liberal arts college.
Letters to the Editor
April 28, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
April 28, 2005
Deaths
April 28, 2005
Bulldogs winning streak halted
April 28, 2005
After a four-game winning streak, the Baldwin High School baseball team dropped its doubleheader against Spring Hill at home on Tuesday night.
Brown breaks own record
April 28, 2005
University of Arkansas junior Eric Brown broke his own school-record in the javelin with a mark of 248-05 to claim first place at the John McDonnell Invitational on Saturday.
BHS boys track team had busy weekend
April 28, 2005
It was a busy four days for the Baldwin High School boys track team, as it competed in three different meets in Lawrence, Eudora and Spring Hill.
BHS softball run-rules DeSoto
April 28, 2005
Winning one out of two games isn’t always bad, just ask the Baldwin High School softball team.
It’s time for Relay for Life
April 28, 2005
There will be the usual events at Baldwin City’s annual Relay for Life May 6. But, for co-chairman Vicky Mignot, there will be even more.
Budget axe misses
April 28, 2005
As the deadline approaches for the budget, the USD 348 school board decided that it will not look to cut teacher’s jobs at its meeting on Monday night.
Bulldogs endure busy week, cold weather
April 28, 2005
As the week came to an end last Friday, so did the good weather. The temperatures dropped and the storm clouds covered the sky. Despite undesirable conditions, the Baldwin High School girls track team endured it all.