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Baldwin girls turn in defensive gem to earn road win at Louisburg
February 18, 2015
LOUISBURG — The Baldwin High School girls methodically pulled away Tuesday from Louisburg in the second half to earn its second Frontier League road victory of the season. Baldwin won handily, 44-28, but the game appeared early to be a repeat of Baldwin’s home victory last month against the Wildcats, in which Baldwin had to come back from a 39-20 halftime deficit to earn a 67-57 victory.
Kansas bill would require parental consent for sex education
February 18, 2015
Schools would be barred from giving sex education lessons to students without their parents’ consent under a bill discussed Tuesday by the Kansas House Education Committee.
Wildcats come back against Baldwin boys
February 18, 2015
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Wildcats took advantage of Baldwin center Christian Gaylord’s foul trouble to erase an 11-point first half deficit and overcome the Bulldogs, 57-45, in Tuesday night Frontier League play. Baldwin built a 23-12 second-quarter lead before Gaylord picked up his third foul. With the senior 6-7 center sitting, Louisburg was able to trim Baldwin’s lead to 23-18 at half.
Woman gets 21 months in prison for hiring illegal workers
February 18, 2015
A co-owner of two Kansas City-area hotels has been sentenced to a year and nine months in federal prison for hiring workers who were in the country illegally and paying them less than other employees.
Kobach says Kansas attracted most new businesses since 2003
February 18, 2015
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says more new businesses were formed in Kansas in 2014 than at any point since 2003.
Hallmark to transfer printing work from Georgia to Kansas
February 18, 2015
Hallmark Cards plans to end printing work at its Litho-Krome printing subsidiary in Georgia and transfer the work to Lawrence.