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Douglas County depression, bipolar support group to meet Wednesday
March 4, 2014
The Douglas County chapter of the National Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, a consumer-run support group for persons with depression, bipolar and other mood disorders, will meet this Wednesday in Lawrence.
Kansas: Clerk resigns amid finance questions
March 4, 2014
The longtime clerk in a northeast Kansas town has resigned and an auditor has been hired to review the town’s finances.
Baldwin girls, boys to host sub-state
March 4, 2014
The Baldwin High School boys basketball team will have the opportunity Friday and Saturday to win its third tournament champions of the season on its home court.
Two Baldwin High School wrestlers medal at state
March 4, 2014
Two Baldwin High School wrestlers came back from the 4A state tournament in Salina as medalists and two others fought their way into the meet’s second day.
Kansas winter wheat crops faring well, report indicates
March 4, 2014
The latest government snapshot of the Kansas winter wheat crop shows a mixed outlook after a month of cold, snowy weather.
Baker guard named HAAC Freshman of the Year
March 4, 2014
Baker University freshman standout Javeion Gray was named the 2014 Heart of America Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year on Monday afternoon, after averaging 11.9 points per game in conference play this season.
Kansas: Statewide tornado drill this afternoon
March 4, 2014
Kansas emergency managers are conducting a statewide tornado drill to prepare residents for the spring storm season and reinforce the need to be prepared.
Baldwin City Council restates purpose of capital improvement plan
March 4, 2014
The Baldwin City Council approved rewording Monday of a 2013 bond issue to allow use of leftover money on other projects, but it was the capital improvement plan approved last month that dominated the night’s discussion.
Baldwin City woman to honor brother with 5K walk/run
March 4, 2014
A year ago Jill Venable wouldn’t have been able to organize an event for her late brother, Daniel J. DeAno. And even with another 12 months to heal, it’s still difficult, she said.