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Flower pots offer welcome
September 1, 2005
Those involved with downtown Baldwin City have received many positive comments about the beautification process which started with the large pots of colorful flowers being planted on the corners of High Street. Sandy Cardens, chamber of commerce office manager, and Alan Stevens, director of Kansas State University’s Horticulture Research Center near Edgerton, helped plant the large pots June 3. Cardens said the pots make the downtown look better to visitors. “It makes downtown look welcoming to people,” Cardens said.
Baker launches hurricane relief effort
September 1, 2005
Students, faculty and staff at Baker University’s main campus have launched a campaign to provide aid to Hurricane Katrina victims.
Death
September 1, 2005
BHS volleyball struggles in opener
September 1, 2005
EUDORA — An opening match win over Bonner Springs didn’t propel the Baldwin High School volleyball to victory in its next two matches here Tuesday night.
BU volleyball dominates tourney
September 1, 2005
The Baker University volleyball team got its season off to a good start, winning all four of its matches during the Preseason Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament Friday and Saturday at Collins Gym.
KNBU to broadcast BHS games
September 1, 2005
With one year of experience under their belts, Baker University students Colin Waters and Michael Cation will once again be broadcasting the Baldwin High School football games on KNBU, Baker’s student radio station.
Bulldogs ready to roll Friday
September 1, 2005
After nearly three weeks of practice, the Baldwin High School football team is ready to display its new offense and defense against Frontier League rival Gardner Friday night.
Bullying is back at BHS again
September 1, 2005
For the second time in a matter of a week, a bullying incident at Baldwin High School has resulted in a police investigation. And, it occurred to the same 15-year-old sophomore.
Police lawsuits lose at appeal, too
September 1, 2005
For the second time in a year, the judicial system has ruled in favor of the City of Baldwin City and against four former members of the Baldwin City Police Department who sued the city seeking $1 million for what they claimed were violations of their 1st and 14th amendment rights.
Our current problem
September 1, 2005
It’s finally time to put police problems in past
September 1, 2005
Our former problem
September 1, 2005
School board approves contract with teachers
September 1, 2005
At Monday’s meeting, the Baldwin School Board approved a contract with teachers which meant raises, approved the budget and delayed the community survey.
Baldwin Briefs
September 1, 2005