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Letter to the editor: Baldwin City Community Theatre disbanding
March 10, 2015
For the past 23 years, the Baldwin City Community Theatre has been entertaining audiences young and old.
Kansas House panel considers higher scrap theft penalties
March 10, 2015
A Kansas House panel is reviewing a bill to significantly increase penalties for scrap metal theft.
Kansas farm experts plan webinar on crop insurance
March 10, 2015
Kansas State University is offering an hour-long webinar to help farmers and others make decisions on crop insurance as the signup deadline at the end of March nears.
Face to Face: Linda Everett
March 10, 2015
Face to Face is a weekly feature in which the Signal introduces readers to those who live or work in the community. This week, we meet Linda Everett.
City government organization hosts April voting contest
March 10, 2015
The League of Kansas Municipalities is hosting a county and statewide contest to recognize the cities with the highest percentage of voter turnout in this year’s April elections.
GOP plan to overhaul Kansas school aid could move quickly
March 10, 2015
The chief financial officer in Kansas’ largest school district is urging legislators to give more consideration to a plan from Republican leaders to overhaul how the state distributes aid to public schools and prevent unexpected budget surprises.
Baldwin City moves to Sweet 16 in Kansas showdown
March 10, 2015
Baldwin City has made it to the sweet 16 in a March madness competition with 63 other Kansas municipalities. Baldwin City Clerk Anna Keena said the competition involved collecting likes on a Facebook page of the League of Kansas Municipalities
Baldwin High School musicans chill on State Honor Band experience
March 10, 2015
More than a week after playing in the State Honor Band, two Baldwin High School students say the experience still gives them chills. “I get goosebumps just talking about it,” senior Kymbr Simmons said Monday. “It was a week ago and when I think about it, I still get chills.
Block grant proposal would cost Baldwin schools $100,000
March 10, 2015
The plan of Gov. Sam Brownback and legislative leaders to fund K-12 education through block grants will reduce state funding to Baldwin USD 348 by $100,000 the current school year and require a local mill levy increases to avoid passing on a similar cuts to the district’s budget the next two years, Baldwin Superintendent Paul Dorathy said.