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Baldwin native finds her niche in Peace Corps
July 7, 2005
After graduating from college, Baldwin City’s Beth Schild decided to join the Peace Corps, and since then has lived in Senegal for an entire year improving the health awareness in her village. Schild took a liking to the Peace Corps while she attended Baldwin High School, because she can help people while living with them.
Sex offender is arrested
July 7, 2005
A 35-year-old man who has lived in Baldwin the past five months will be in Douglas County District Court Monday to face charges he had sex with a 15-year-old girl in June, just five months after he was convicted of a charge involving a 9-year-old Eudora girl.
Letter to the Editor
July 7, 2005
Officers are on line
July 7, 2005
Baldwin City residents should be able to feel a little safer now since the Baldwin City Police Department increased its number of officers in the last couple weeks.
Deaths
July 7, 2005
Bulldog Days might be start to a comeback
July 7, 2005
Ever since May 2004, when I finished my eligibility at Baker, I have become slightly lazy and have never considered running, until I got a story idea last week.
Golf scramble helps raise money
July 7, 2005
A nine-hole golf scramble raised nearly $900 for the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team on June 25 at the Baldwin City Municipal Golf Course.
Thomas toots back to town
July 7, 2005
Starting Friday Baldwin City will be the place to be for children as Thomas the Tank Engine rolls into town for its fourth straight year.
There was plenty of fireworks fun
July 7, 2005
Baldwin Fourth was wild
July 7, 2005
Baldwin City’s Fourth of July holiday weekend was wet with plenty of wild. Of course there were plenty of fireworks, but Mother Nature’s version Sunday night might have been the most impressive.
Baldwin Briefs
July 7, 2005