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BESIC students work up for Web site screen saver vote
May 5, 2005
Two Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center students are finalists in a state-wide contest called “Show Your Kansas Pride Screen Saver Contest” and votes are being cast now. BESIC fourth graders Kaylee Hurt and Dayton Valentine were chosen as finalists in the contest from 425 entries state-wide. The contest is sponsored by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ office.
Letters to the Editor
May 5, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
May 5, 2005
Front page Baldwin Briefly
May 5, 2005
These are the three briefs that ran on the front page of this week’s Signal.
Cooperation is the key
May 5, 2005
Track: Girard Invitational results
May 5, 2005
The Baldwin High School girls and boys track teams both finished second at the Girard Invitational on Friday. The Bulldogs had to battle cold and rainy weather.
Bulldogs hit six-game skid
May 5, 2005
It was another tough night for the Baldwin High School baseball team as it dropped its doubleheader at home against Gardner-Edgerton on Tuesday night.
Health care discussion ends positively
May 5, 2005
On Saturday the House unanimously passed health care reform legislation closely modeled after Governor Sebelius’ Healthy Kansas initiative. House Republicans rejected the Governor’s health care reorganization plan in March and promised to come up with a plan of their own.
Baker set for three commencements
May 5, 2005
For the first time in its 147-year history, Baker University will hold three separate commencement exercises this spring.
Many former student wish Herpich well
May 5, 2005
Former students and athletes helped C.R. Herpich celebrate his upcoming retirement at a reception at Baldwin High School Saturday afternoon.
Rainbow gains accreditation
May 5, 2005
After trying for several years, the Rainbow Experience Preschool finally received its national accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
City ball fields get ‘light lift’
May 5, 2005
He said let their be lights and there were. Without costing $100,000, the same thing happened for Baldwin City’s ball fields after an agreement reached between the city council, Baldwin School District and Baldwin City Recreation Commission.
Council changes comes
May 5, 2005
It was changing of the guard time at the Baldwin City Council meeting Monday night. Well, sort of, anyway.