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Derby police to give school officers body cameras
December 29, 2015
The police chief in the Wichita suburb of Derby says his department will outfit its four school resource officers with body cameras as part of a pilot project.
Changes at City Hall top Baldwin City story of 2015
December 29, 2015
The top Baldwin City story of 2014 kept giving through the past 12 months by prompting changes in City Hall, which is the top local story of 2015. In April, city voters significantly changed the Baldwin City Council with the election of three new members. The shake up came after two setting members of the council, Jason Mock and Ken Wagner chose not to seek another terms.
Kansas’ governor defends state’s new guns-on-campus law
December 29, 2015
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says he’s not second-guessing a new state law that would require college campuses to allow concealed weapons, calling it a constitutional right.
Baldwin City Masonic Lodge grateful for community support
December 29, 2015
The members of the Palmyra Masonic Lodge No. 23 would like to thank the community and local businesses for a successful year of raising money for charity and honoring our country.
Baldwin City adds wind energy to electrical power portfolio
December 29, 2015
Like many forward-looking investors, the Baldwin City Council diversified one city portfolio last week to give it less exposure to a particular sector of the market.
Budget shortfall, World Series among Kansas’ top 2015 news
December 29, 2015
A budget shortfall that forced lawmakers to increase sales and cigarette taxes and a long-awaited World Series title were among the top stories in Kansas in 2015. Here’s a look at those and the rest of the year’s Top 10 stories.