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Ford loves selling cars
March 31, 2005
Baldwin City residents will have more choices for buying a car, as a new car dealership has opened at the corner of U.S. Highway 56 and Second street.
It’s time to get out and vote
March 31, 2005
School board forum turnout isn’t much
March 31, 2005
While attendance was light at Tuesday night’s forum for Baldwin School Board candidates, each of the seven candidates on hand still gave the pitch for why they should be voted in to one of the four positions on the April 5 ballot.
Bulldogs drop two to Ottawa
March 31, 2005
Opening day wasn’t kind to the Baldwin High School baseball team, as it dropped its first doubleheader of the season at Ottawa on Tuesday night.
KASB explains its case on school funding
March 31, 2005
Monday’s Kansas Association of School Boards presentation on the 2005 budget helped the Baldwin School District better understand the situation at hand.
Election nears for Baldwin
March 31, 2005
In a matter of days, Baldwin voters will cast their ballots in an election that could reshape the face of both governing bodies, the school board and city council.
Eggcellent’ Easter in Baldwin
March 31, 2005
Baldwin City residents battled cold weather and celebrated Easter with two different egg hunts on Saturday afternoon. The Rainbow Experience Preschool once again put on its egg hunt in the middle of the Baker University campus. Before the actual hunt, there were many activities for the children and parents, like face painting and egg races. The other egg hunt cost Baldwin residents money, but they got to ride on the Midland railway. The railway had three sessions for people to ride to the egg hunt. Despite the cold and cloudy conditions, hundreds of people attended both events.
Letters to the Editor
March 31, 2005
Deaths
March 31, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
March 31, 2005
On the campaign trail IV
March 31, 2005
Column: Spring weather allows time outside
March 31, 2005
Well, it is officially spring time, and this week’s weather has allowed me to finally go outside and enjoy the spring time, like we all should.
BHS softball wins opening games
March 31, 2005
It was a successful opening day for the Baldwin High School softball team, as it defeated Wellsville 5-1 and 4-0 at home on Tuesday to start the season 2-0.
Jones aims to be tennis pro
March 31, 2005
After watching Pete Sampras on television at age eight, Baldwin High School freshman Chloe Jones started her tennis career, which has blossomed into her playing at international meets.