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Baker women advance to HAAC tournament semifinals
March 6, 2014
The No. 1 seeded Baker University women’s basketball team defeated No. 8 Evangel, 64-54, on Thursday night to advance to the semifinals of the 2014 HAAC Conference Tournament and will now take on No. 5 Missouri Valley,
Kansas: Bat attack man returns to retrieve bat, police say
March 6, 2014
A 58-year-old Kansas man has been arrested after returning to the scene of a Sedgwick County beating to retrieve his baseball bat.
Absolutely ‘marbleous’: Glass art enthusiasts get Marble Crazy sneak peek
March 6, 2014
A handful of glass artists and glass art enthusiasts crowded around the workbench at Moon Marble Co. Thursday, watching Cathy Richardson and her son, Colin Richardson, create their unique glass pieces.
Kansas debates protections for gay marriage foes
March 6, 2014
Legislators are reopening a debate on whether Kansas should enact special legal protections for people, groups and businesses opposing gay marriage for religious reasons.
Congress Jenkins to be in Baldwin City on Monday
March 6, 2014
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins will make two appearances Monday during a visit to Baldwin City.
Kansas GOP seeks to block primary party switching
March 6, 2014
The Kansas Republican Party is pushing a bill in the state Legislature that would make it more difficult for voters to switch parties before voting in primary elections.
Miss Barbara relives kindergarten during five years of entertaining Baldwin City children
March 6, 2014
The ongoing construction to expand the Baldwin City Public Library hasn’t put a stop to the popular weekly Storytime with Miss Barbara, but has temporarily relocated it down High Street at the Lumberyard Arts Center. Spread out Wednesday on the floor of the Lumberyard were Barbara Mathews and a group of two adults and three children, all busy crafting decorative rattles from repurposed cardboard paper towel cores.