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Column: Sports year was tough on loyal fans
December 29, 2005
As the past 12 months have passed by, I have noticed one particular thing that is common about the different sports teams that I cheer for, and that is they have all underachieved.
Records, coaches highlight year
December 29, 2005
Each and every year certain events or outcomes make that year special, and this year was no exception, as successful coaches resigned, Baldwin High School records were broken and many individuals accomplished great things.
Baldwin man is arrested
December 29, 2005
A 32-year-old Baldwin man was arrested last Wednesday by Baldwin police and is charged with three counts of aggravated indecent liberties with minors as a result of alleged incidents that started in the summer and came to light several weeks ago.
Baldwin approves Sunday alcohol sales
December 29, 2005
It’s official now. Sunday sales of alcohol in package form are legal in Baldwin City. The no votes won by a margin of 19 in last Thursday’s election. Douglas County Commissioners canvassed the vote Tuesday morning. There were four provisional ballots and three were allowed. Those three votes were two no and one yes, which brought the final numbers to 200 no and 181 yes.
Year in review finds many top stories in Baldwin City
December 29, 2005
There was a key word with the top news stories of 2005 in Baldwin City — diversity. Whether it was good news, bad news or a combination of both, every angle of the community — Baldwin City Council, Baldwin School District, Baker University, police, fire, etc. — had its highs and lows, along with everyone else. It made for an impossible task to choose the standard Top 10 stories of the year. So, instead, the Signal looks back at the year remembering the most significant stories of the year, not necessarily by importance. Also in a break from tradition, some of the top stories will be listed in groupings rather than stand alone items.
A look back at sports headlines of 2005
December 29, 2005
The Baldwin City Signal’s annual Year in Review takes a look back at the sports headlines that brought the news every week in 2005. January 6 — Kyle Ruona selected to Shrine Bowl; Baldwin High School games are iced; Baker University women top Southwestern; New Baker fields near completion.
Baldwin ‘05 headlines reveal year that was
December 29, 2005
The Baldwin City Signal’s annual Year in Review takes a look back at the headlines that brought the news every week in 2005. January 6 — Ice hammers Baldwin, Worst storm since 2002; New council locale doesn’t change discussion topics; Interterm is interesting at BU; State court backs education; New Years was busy in Baldwin City.
Letter to the Editor
December 29, 2005
Amon Monroe Jackson
December 29, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
December 29, 2005
Baldwin can be proud of voter turnout
December 29, 2005
December vote was a civics lesson
December 29, 2005