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Do you consider Valentine's Day a real holiday?

Response Percent
No, it’s a Hallmark holiday
Yes, it’s real
Valentine’s Day? It’s single’s awareness day
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Former Baldwin bar manager enters no-contest plea to serving alcohol after hours
February 10, 2011
A former manager at a Baldwin City bar pleaded no-contest Wednesday to one misdemeanor count of serving alcohol after hours.
McCarthy makes history with Super Bowl crown
February 10, 2011
Mike McCarthy continues to make history for his alma mater Baker University. The 1987 Baker graduate is now part of elite National Football League company. He led the Green Bay Packers to their fourth Super Bowl crown in his fifth year as coach of the storied NFL organization. His Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 Sunday in Super Bowl XLV.
Bulldogs hosting league wrestling Friday, Saturday
February 10, 2011
Winter weather has been problematic for the Baldwin High School wrestling team since its home tournament Jan. 29, but it will be hosting the Frontier League tournament Friday and Saturday. Since the Baldwin Invitational Tournament, the Bulldogs have missed five days of practice and three scheduled duals.
Bulldogs win three of four games in five days
February 10, 2011
On Tuesday night, the Baldwin High School girls basketball team was all about surviving with a victory, even if execution wasn’t the prettiest. Four games in five days wore out the Bulldogs, who won three of the four games in the span from Friday to Tuesday. “It ended up being a good weekend for us,” coach Bob Martin said.
BHS boys beat Cardinals, end losing skid
February 10, 2011
After losing six-straight games, the Baldwin High School boys basketball team enjoyed a much-needed victory Tuesday at home Tuesday. The Bulldogs avenged a previous loss, which was the second in the string of losses during the past three weeks.
Baker football program inks 34 high school recruits
February 10, 2011
Mike Grossner and his Baker University football coaching staff announced the signing of 34 athletes for the 2011-2012 season. While none of the players have put on the black and orange uniforms, Grossner and his staff believe it might be their best class ever.
Nutts to be honored at Chocolate Auction Sunday
February 10, 2011
If their 65 years in Baldwin City and support for the arts in the community weren’t enough reasons to honor Don and Ruth Ann Nutt, there’s always one more. They’ve been married 68 years. There’s never a better time to honor a longtime couple than on or near Valentine’s Day.
City changing traffic controls, speed limits near old BESPC
February 10, 2011
Changes to USD 348 facilities in August have created changes to the streets around the old Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center building. In August, the Baldwin School District opened the new BESPC building on the west edge of town.
CFL light bulbs energy efficient, require some precautions
February 10, 2011
In the Take Charge Challenge competition between Baldwin, Paola, Gardner and Ottawa, residents are encouraged to reduce their energy use. The winning community will receive $100,000 to help fund an efficiency project, money that comes from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Baker University roundup
February 10, 2011
Baker University knocked off conference title contender Evangel 71-65 on Saturday in men’s basketball at the Collins Center to move into a three-way tie for fifth place.
City crews are well supplied with salt, sand for roads
February 10, 2011
Despite last week’s heavy winter storm and Tuesday’s snowfall, the City of Baldwin City staff has plenty of supplies to treat the roads for the remainder of the season. Last week’s storm dropped around 10-12 inches of snow on the Baldwin City area.