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The governor has signed a bill making it legal to carry a concealed firearm in Kansas without a permit. Do you think:

Response Percent
Increase gun violence.
 
72%
Have no effect.
 
17%
Decrease gun violence.
 
10%
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Baldwin High School baseball team finishes 5th in Kansas City, Kan., tournament
May 7, 2015
The Baldwin Bulldog baseball team went 2-1 in a tournament at the Community America Ballpark, claiming fifth place in the eight-team event.
Baldwin High School girls soccer wins twice in past week
May 7, 2015
The Baldwin High School soccer team turned in two impressive second-half performances in claiming a couple of victories in the last week. The two wins, a 3-0 victory last Thursday at Bishop Seabury in Lawrence and a 4-1 win at home Tuesday against Maranatha, were sandwiched around a 1-0 loss at home to Tonganoxie.
Face to Face: Dana Clem
May 7, 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 Dana Clem.
Baldwin City couple marketing rural Internet solution
May 7, 2015
Shauna Surls was happy Monday working in the office at 813 Eighth Street that is home to the business she and her husband, George, own, although it doesn’t have the view she prefers.
Emporia State names Vietti as interim president
May 6, 2015
Emporia State University has named a retired community college president to serve as its interim president.
Kansas Democratic Party names new executive director
May 6, 2015
The Kansas Democratic Party is getting a new executive director. The party announced Tuesday that Kerry Gooch will step into the job after Jason Perkey left to take over as executive director of the South Carolina Democratic Party.
Kansas City Connection: The Sundry shows off its suppliers
May 6, 2015
When you first walk into The Sundry, a market and grocery that opened last year in the Crossroads neighborhood, you’ll see a large chalkboard with a drawing of Kansas and Missouri. Pointing to the states are several arrows indicating the origins of The Sundry’s suppliers for meat, vegetables, dry goods, teas and a whole variety of products ranging from kombucha, a fermented tea drink and komatsuna, a green leafy vegetable, to succulents and soap. The Sundry doesn’t just stock local food — it serves them in a variety of tasty breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes, as well as pre-made dinners to take home.
Baldwin City potter finds fascination in functional forms
May 5, 2015
Phyllis Nelson has been a potter long enough to evolve as an artist and see major changes in the art form, but her dedication to producing functional forms has remained constant.
RG Fiber on a roll, expects to have gigabit service in Baldwin City in August
May 5, 2015
Although RG Fiber didn’t extend gigabit Internet service to the community in the early spring as hoped, there has been a good deal of positive news for the Baldwin City-based company in recent weeks.
New Baldwin City Council members sworn in after old council approves sewer rate increase
May 5, 2015
Two important items of business were taken care of quickly Monday at the Baldwin City Council meeting. During the 30-minute meeting, the outgoing city council approved the second reading of a measure raising sewer rates before three new members elected last month received the oath of office for four-year terms.
Baldwin City Council agenda, May 4, 2015
May 3, 2015
Meeting is at 7 p.m in Baldwin City Public Library
Baldwin City’s Lober, Baker win league track titles
May 3, 2015
The Baker University men’s and women’s outdoor track and field team captured another Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, as the men’s team raced to its fifth-straight conference title, while the women’s team earned its fourth-straight championship.
Ex-U.S. representative seeks to expand lobbying firm in Kansas
April 30, 2015
The lobbying and consulting firm of a former U.S. representative has sent letters to several Kansas businesses offering to represent their interests before the state legislature.
Kansas State awards $500K in grants for global food research
April 30, 2015
Kansas State University has awarded $500,000 in grants to faculty members who are researching way to boost food production as the world population grows.
Kansas officials awaiting word on tax collections in April
April 30, 2015
Kansas legislators and other officials are waiting to learn whether the state’s tax collections in April met expectations.
Coach confident wins on way for Baldwin High School soccer team
April 29, 2015
Baldwin High School girls soccer Erryn Kindle saw enough good things during three tough losses in the last week to have confidence his team is ready to break out.
Baldwin High School baseball team warms up for big stage with 2-1 week
April 29, 2015
Team to play in tournament at Community America Ballpark
Baldwin High School track teams claim Eudora titles
April 29, 2015
After two weeks of competition against the state and Midwest’s best at the Pre-State Classic in Wichita and Kansas University Relays, the Baldwin High track teams pitted themselves against peers last Thursday at Eudora.
Face to Face: Carson Wood
April 29, 2015
Face to Face is a weekly feature of the Signal in which we introduce readers to those who live and work in the community. This week we meet Carson Wood.
Kansas student’s budget documentary stirs controversy
April 29, 2015
A high-school student’s documentary, “Where the Buffaloed Roam: An Ode to the Kansas Budget,” is raising a stir.