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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.
 
9%
Total 51
Note: This is not a scientific poll. Vote
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Intersection of CR 1055 and North 600 Road to be closed today
April 1, 2015
Wednesday will be barricade moving day as a season of upgrades and safety improvements on CR 1055 north of Baldwin City shifts to a new location.
State champion Bulldogs have three wrestlers named to LJW team
March 31, 2015
On the day the Baldwin High School wrestling team celebrated its state championship season with its annual banquet, three Bulldog wrestlers and their coach were selected to the Lawrence journal-World All-Area Wrestling Team.
Baldwin coach, top scorer named to LJW Girls Basketball All-Area Team
March 31, 2015
Four Bulldogs earn honorable mention recognition
Hallmark seeks to cut 200 jobs in next several months
March 31, 2015
Hallmark Cards is offering a buyout program as it tries to cut 200 jobs by this summer.
Ag Department to estimate farmers’ spring planting plans
March 31, 2015
The Agriculture Department plans to release its estimate of farmers’ spring planting plans.
Kansas officials await word on this month’s tax collections
March 31, 2015
Kansas officials are waiting to see whether state tax collections this month met expectations.
Musings from the Hill, April 2, 2015
March 31, 2015
Do you know March is Women’s History Month? We seem to pass lightly over the fact that rarely is any recognition of women’s part in shaping the destiny of our country.
Baldwin City to pick 3 council members, 4 board members in Tuesday’s election
March 31, 2015
Baldwin City voters will go to the polls Tuesday to elect three City Council members and four school board members, although there will be only two contests on the local ballot.
Baldwin School Board, District 3, Position 3 candidates
March 31, 2015
Meet the candidates running for the contested Baldwin USD 348 District 3, Position 3 seat.
High court to hear Kansas plea to reinstate death sentences
March 30, 2015
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear Kansas’ appeal to reinstate death sentences for two brothers in the fatal shootings of four people and for another man convicted of killing a couple.
Kansas lawmakers working on plan to issue pension bonds
March 30, 2015
Kansas legislators are starting to hash out a plan for issuing $1 billion or more in bonds to shore up the short-term financial health of the pension system for teachers and government workers.
Baldwin City Council candidate profiles
March 30, 2015
The Baldwin City Signal has asked the seven candidates running for the three city council seats to be filled in the April 7 election to respond to questions before the city. More profiles will be posted as they are returned to the Signal.
Kansas Senate panel to consider expanding liquor licenses
March 29, 2015
With thousands of dollars in campaign contributions at stake in the 2016 election cycle, GOP legislators are weighing the risks of acting on a fiercely lobbied issue: allowing supermarkets to sell liquor.
Kansas officials hope budget puzzle pieces drop into place
March 29, 2015
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback hopes the GOP-controlled Kansas Legislature wraps up several key budget issues this week, though he’s not pushing lawmakers to finish a spending blueprint for state government that also erases a projected shortfall of nearly $600 million.
Kansas City Connection: Library activities go way beyond books
March 29, 2015
In addition to being an excellent place to do research, check out books or attend film and public speaking events, the Kansas City Library’s Central Branch, located in the First National Bank building at 10th and Baltimore, also functions as something of a museum.
Baldiwn City church makes free meal, fellowshp a monthly mission
March 29, 2015
Archie Carlson enjoyed two things Thursday evening at Ives Chapel United Methodist Church outside of his normal nightly routine. “This is very good,” he said as he finished the free dinner the Ives Chapel congregation made available to the community. “Everything is wonderful and how it’s supposed to be.”
Baker gallery to feature campus life captured through PR director’s lens
March 29, 2015
Baker University’s public relations director has stepped up to fill a void this spring with a decade of on-the-job images. The wall space in Parmenter Hall’s Holt-Russell Gallery is traditionally reserved late in the spring semester for a show of the work of senior art majors. But this year, there are no graduating art majors. Filling the walls are the photos of Baker PR director Steve Rottinghaus, in a show called “A Decade Covering the Campus Community,”
Baldwin school board special meeting agenda
March 27, 2015
District Office conference room 715 Chapel Street 7 p.m. April 1
State official to be director of Manhattan airport
March 26, 2015
Jesse Romo, the director of aviation for the Kansas Department of Transportation, will become the director of the Manhattan Regional Airport next month.
Kansas House passes bill to authorize $1.5B in pension bonds
March 26, 2015
The Kansas House has approved a bill authorizing $1.5 billion in bonds to help lower the state’s annual costs in funding pensions for teachers and government workers.