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Baker University Mulvane Hall expansion going well with mild winter
February 22, 2012
Baker University’s science professors and students are hurrying to finish their lab work before spring break. This is because starting March 19 Mulvane Science Hall will be closed to all but construction workers with J.E. Dunn.
Baldwin City Council hears presentation on proposed Sunflower water cooperative
February 22, 2012
Baldwin City to consider Sunflower proposal and negotiate with Lawrence
Vinland business expanding in down economy
February 22, 2012
McFarlane Aviation ready make use of 24,000 square foot expansion
Baldwin City memory care home provides comfort for Alzheimer’s patients
February 22, 2012
Home provides opportunity for personalized care
Seven Baldwin High School wrestlers earn state bids
February 22, 2012
The Baldwin High Bulldogs wrestling team pulled off a fourth-place finish Friday and Saturday at the state regional meet. Baldwin had seven of their wrestlers qualify for the national tournament.
Baldwin tames Broncos
February 22, 2012
In what is now a familiar script, the Baldwin Bulldogs boys basketball team pulled away from visiting Spring Hill in the second half to earn a, 72-53, Frontier League victory.
Baldwin girls hold on for win
February 22, 2012
Big third quarter carries Bulldogs
Changes to Kansas water policy moving forward
February 22, 2012 in print edition on A17
Legislators moved forward Monday on Kansas water policy changes aimed at improving conservation efforts and prolonging the life of water supplies.
Senator proposes adding funds to Brownback’s school finance plan
February 22, 2012 in print edition on A17
A Republican senator on Monday tried to increase support for Gov. Sam Brownback’s school finance overhaul by adding $41.8 million to the plan.
House panel delays vote on abortion bill
February 22, 2012 in print edition on A17
A Kansas House committee has postponed its vote on a bill aimed at preventing the state from subsidizing abortions even indirectly through tax credits or deductions.