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Face to Face: Basehor teacher Barb Forbes
October 7, 2015
Barb Forbes, second grade teacher at Glenwood Ridge Elementary, is the focus of this week’s Face to Face column.
Kansas set to outsource vehicle dealer title services
October 6, 2015
Kansas is set to outsource vehicle title work for automobile dealers next year to save about $200,000.
Evidence of bedbugs found at Topeka library
October 6, 2015
A pesticide company has found evidence of bedbugs at a Topeka library.
Kansas cropland values down this year amid low grain prices
October 6, 2015
Low grain prices are driving down Kansas cropland values this year, while high prices for cattle are pushing up the value of pastures.
Baker marching band festival to bring 19 bands to Baldwin City
October 6, 2015
Those who go to football games for the halftime shows will want to be at Baker University’s Liston Stadium on Oct14. Baker University will be the host of its annual marching band festival from 1:30 to 8:30 p.m. that day at Liston Stadium.
Baldwin City to ask KDOT to upgrade crosswalk signal
October 6, 2015
After more consideration, Baldwin City will ask the Kansas Department of Transportation to upgrade the caution light at the U.S. Highway 56/Eighth Street crosswalk.
Kansas GOP leader demands Davis exit from voter rules suit
October 6, 2015
The Kansas Republican Party’s chairman is demanding that Democrats’ last nominee for governor withdraw as an attorney from a federal lawsuit challenging voter registration policies.
Survey provides insights for support of proposed Baldwin City government building projects
October 6, 2015
Baldwin City residents are evenly split in their support for a city building plan that would include four proposed capital improvement projects discussed extensively in the past year, a survey of registered voters conducted this summer found.
Baldwin board establishes blueprint for rewrite of strategic plan
October 6, 2015
The Baldwin school board agreed at a special meeting Saturday to survey district staff, patrons and residents as part of its update of the district’s strategic plan.
Proposed bill would affect Baldwin school board
October 6, 2015
Three members of the Baldwin school board could not have run for their seats if a bill now being considered by an interim legislative committee had been in place when they were elected.
Goddard high school wins ecology award
October 5, 2015
A south-central Kansas school has been honored for its efforts to help the environment.
Legal fight focuses on western Kansas millionaire’s estate
October 5, 2015
A legal fight is brewing over the $20.6 million estate of a western Kansas man whose will was changed shortly before his January 2013 death.
Baldwin City children’s safety seat check helps parents correct common problems
October 5, 2015
Jason Lemon and his infant son Alex Jacob got a surprise during a Saturday morning child safety seat check in the parking lot of the Baldwin Athletic Club.
“I got a new safety seat, actually,” Lemon said. “I learned our other safety seat was outdated. I learned a lot about our air bags as they pertain to the safety seat.”
Kansas to receive $5.6 million federal workforce grant
October 5, 2015
Kansas is getting nearly $5.6 million from the federal government to help people who are having trouble finding jobs get into work or training.
Face to Face: Alison Bauer
October 5, 2015
Face to Face is a weekly feature in which the Signal introduces readers to those who live and work in the community. This week, we meet Alison Bauer.
Baldwin City Council Agenda, Oct. 5, 2015
October 5, 2015
Presentation of results from citizen’s survey on proposed capital improvement projects on agenda
Tough voter citizenship rules pull Kansas into multiple lawsuits
October 4, 2015
Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s successful push to require new Kansas voters to document their U.S. citizenship has spawned three lawsuits, including one he pursued against a federal agency in trying to enforce the policy.
Wichita attorney elected Kansas Democratic Party chairman
October 4, 2015
A Wichita attorney is the new Kansas Democratic Party chairman after delegates from across the state elected him on a unanimous vote.
Kansas City Connection: Getting pumped for postseason baseball
October 4, 2015
Happy October, dear readers. I hope everyone is maintaining a nice pumpkin spice latte buzz and getting ready for another exciting season of playoff baseball. I know I am.
Louisburg pulls away from Baldwin in second half for 24-7 victory
October 3, 2015
Louisburg scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to pull away from Baldwin in the Friday, claiming a 24-7 Frontier League victory.