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Baldwin City American Legion Memorial Day ceremony Monday
May 22, 2014
Baldwin City American Legion Lloyd Benton Post 228 will have its annual Memorial Day celebration at 10 a.m. Monday at Oakwood Cemetery.
Three Baker University athletes earn all-American honors on first day of NAIA track and field championships
May 22, 2014
The Baker University track and field team earned three NAIA All-America honors on Thursday in day one of the 2014 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship meet.
Kansas: Muslim group asks county to cancel training
May 22, 2014
A national Muslim organization is asking the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office to cancel a training program by a former FBI agent because it is afraid his message will lead to bias against Islam.
Majority of Kansas now in drought emergency
May 22, 2014
Drought conditions are continuing to worsen in Kansas despite recent rain, prompting Gov. Sam Brownback to declare half the state in a drought emergency.
Kansas: Officials to determine whether test results are valid
May 22, 2014
Education officials plan to discuss this week if results from troubled school tests will be considered valid.
Baldwin’s Lober adopts more aggressive training, attitude for senior track campaign
May 22, 2014
Her day-to-day routine differs quite drastically this year than in years past. Three times a week, defending state track champion Morgan Lober is up at 6 a.m. to work on everything but running.
Vintage Park resident receives Distinguished Citizenship Award
May 22, 2014
Tom Garber said Wednesday he wanted to be a teacher since an early age and stayed true to that career path even when offered enticing opportunities. Garber was honored Wednesday at Vintage Park of Baldwin City with a Distinguished Citizenship Award from the Kansas Health Care Association/Kansas Center for Assisted Living.