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Council meeting draws big crowd
September 8, 2005
A packed American Legion showed in full force there were strong feelings on several issues before the Baldwin City Council Monday night.
Letters to the Editor
September 8, 2005
Bulldogs bully Blazers
September 8, 2005
GARDNER — Baldwin High School’s football team ran the ball down the throats of Gardner-Edgerton en route to a 50-28 season-opening victory here Friday night.
Making Baldwin proud
September 8, 2005
Riley finally hangs up keys to bus
September 8, 2005
Barbara Riley didn’t make her mark of driving third-generation children, but after a 37-year career of driving buses for the Baldwin School District, Riley decided to hang up her keys prior to the beginning of the school year.
School district launches fund raising drive
September 8, 2005
Efforts to help victims from Hurricane Katrina have begun in the Baldwin School District, as students from all of the schools have started bringing money to give to the American Red Cross.
Wildcats look strong early, fall 31-27
September 8, 2005
After jumping out to a quick 14-0 lead, the Baker University football team battled cramps and a dislocated thumb before falling to Benedictine College 31-27 in its season opening game Saturday at Liston Stadium.
Baldwin swings back at Hurricane Katrina
September 8, 2005
Hurricane Katrina didn’t hit Baldwin City, but the community is hitting back. Businessman Ken Wagner, a former city councilman, is spearheading efforts to unite the city, Baker University and the school district to bring help for those devastated by the storm in the Gulf Coast. “This thing is of epic proportions,” Wagner said.
Bulldogs off to quick start
September 8, 2005
Nervous runners were abundent Thursday as the Baldwin High School cross country teams experienced the first meet of the season at the Anderson Couty golf course.
BHS soccer strikes first, loses opener
September 8, 2005
Baldwin High School junior Travis Moore scored the first-ever goal in BHS soccer history five minutes into the season opener, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs lost 5-2 to Paola Tuesday.
Council counters offer; McKenna is staying
September 8, 2005
The Baldwin City Council amended Police Chief Mike McKenna’s contract during a special meeting Thursday at City Hall. The amended contract allows McKenna to live outside the city limits, among others. It took three executive sessions to come to the agreement and the council voted 4-1 — with Ted Brecheisen Jr. the lone no vote — to amend the contract.
Baldwin Briefs
September 8, 2005