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Kansas judge sets hearing for Planned Parenthood case
April 30, 2014
A federal judge has set a hearing to determine the status of a lawsuit over federal family planning money to Planned Parenthood in Kansas.
Kansas: Barrel-racing horse with herpes euthanized
April 30, 2014
A horse in northeast Kansas has tested positive for equine herpes virus after participating in a barrel racing event in Nebraska.
Baldwin Bulldogs head to Community America Park
April 30, 2014
The Baldwin High School Bulldogs will get a chance to play stadium baseball as they compete Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the eight-team Butch Foster Memorial Baseball Classic.
Baldwin Bulldog track teams sharp at Eudora
April 30, 2014
The Baldwin High School track teams had a busy and successful week, competing Friday in the 10-team Eudora Invitational and Monday at a Spring Hill triangular with the Broncos and Osawatomie.
Marble Day events set to take over Downtown Bonner
April 30, 2014
With a few additional events and participating groups, all the 8th Annual Marble Day needed was a good weather forecast.
Kansas public broadcasting could lose millions in funding
April 30, 2014
Supporters of public broadcasting in Kansas are concerned this could be the year that public funding for the operation ends.
Face to Face: Baldwin City codes and zoning administrator Tina Rakes
April 30, 2014
Face to Face is a weekly feature highlighting those who live or work in Baldwin City. Each week The Signal will pick one person to highlight in the community. This week we meet Baldwin City codes and zoning administrator Tina Rakes.
Longtime Baker band director busy as he nears retirement
April 30, 2014
As Baker University band director, Ray James can’t go out quietly. The end of the semester is always a busy time for the school’s music department, and this year is no different. There’s a concert every day this week as James prepares to retire from Baker after 17 years.