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Council joins forces for joint project
November 23, 2005
Baldwin City Council members threw their support — to the tune of $5,200 — behind a feasibility study to determine the needs regarding a possible community building to be jointly funded by several entities.
It’s a time to be thankful
November 23, 2005
BHS boys looking to improve from last year
November 23, 2005
After coming off of a season where the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team broke the school record for team scoring, head coach Heath Cooper, his staff and players are taking a positive lookout for the upcoming season.
Seniors leading BHS wrestling squad
November 23, 2005
This year’s Baldwin High School wrestling team will be led by three returning seniors and their 28 years of combined experience.
Off the Rim
November 23, 2005
Well, it’s been official for over a week now, but I am just now finding time to write about it. I am talking about the fall sports’ season. It ended when the Baker University football team finished its season Nov. 12. I have wanted to write a column for a few weeks now about something, but never found the time. So I decided to sit down and finally write it.
Bulldogs improving on offense
November 23, 2005
With an experience-led team, Baldwin High School girls’ basketball coach Bob Martin hopes to build off last year’s sub-state success in his first year as head coach of the team.
BHS lands 12 on all-league team
November 23, 2005
It was recognition time for the Baldwin High School football team, which was rewarded for its great season as 12 players made the All-Frontier League teams.
Film crew invades Baldwin for ‘Rigged’
November 23, 2005
Brick streets and a small-town atmosphere were just the right mixture for the production crew that worked on the movie “Rigged” Wednesday afternoon in Baldwin City.
School district gives nod, too
November 23, 2005
Two votes to approve a superintendent search and money toward a facility consultant were the highlights of a special meeting of the Baldwin School Board meeting Monday night. The board approved spending up to $5,500 for a facility consultant with a 7-0 vote.
Lake’s plug is pulled
November 23, 2005
Slowly, the 1.007 billion-plus gallons of water that once were Douglas County State Fishing Lake have been draining. Once that is completed, construction will begin to fix the dam and other repairs and improvements will be made at the lake just northeast of Baldwin City. That’s expected to be about Dec. 9, according to Russell LaForce, Engineer for Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
Protest petition forces alcohol election
November 23, 2005
Mark your busy holiday calendars with another important date. Baldwin City residents will be going to the polling places Dec. 22. A protest petition filed by opponents to the city’s ordinance allowing Sunday sales of alcohol was determined to be valid Thursday by the Douglas County Clerk’s office. By statue, an election must be held within 45 days of a protest petition being filed.
Friends, family honor memory of Schmitz
November 23, 2005
A portion of the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center library was dedicated to Elaine Schmitz Thursday night with many of her family members present.
Letter to the Editor
November 23, 2005
Death
November 23, 2005
Cooperation is the key
November 23, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
November 23, 2005