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Professor finds rare audio of basketball inventor Naismith
December 15, 2015
A Kansas University researcher has discovered what is believed to be the only audio recording of basketball inventor James Naismith, during which he describes the first game he organized 124 years ago this month as a bit of a disaster.
Kansas schools get federal grant to replace diesel buses
December 15, 2015
Three Kansas school districts are getting a total of $220,000 in federal funds to replace or rework older diesel school buses.
Baldwin City Chamber urges members to update info after website upgrade
December 15, 2015
The Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce continues to present a new face to the community with an update to its website. The website upgrade is the latest change in a year the chamber has added Hank Booth as its executive director and Jennette Blackmar as office manager and moved one door to the east into the Lumberyard Arts Center.
Waterline, depot projects on tap for 2016 in Baldwin City
December 15, 2015
As far as big public local construction projects are concerned, 2016, and probably 2017, look to be years of digging in Baldwin City.
Kansas officials protesting possible Guantanamo closing
December 15, 2015
Kansas officials have sent President Barack Obama a letter protesting the possible move of detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to the military prison at Fort Leavenworth.