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Kansas House moves to stop wee-hours sessions, bill bundling
January 27, 2015
Kansas House members are moving to ban post-midnight sessions of their chamber and make it harder for their leaders to bundle multiple bills into a single piece of legislation.
Wichita council puts marijuana issue on April ballot
January 27, 2015
Wichita voters will get the opportunity to vote on easing marijuana penalties for first-time offenders.
Face to Face: Anne Walker
January 27, 2015
Face to Face is a weekly feature in which the Signal introduces readers to people who live and work in the community. This week, we meet busy volunteer Anne Walker.
5 file for Baldwin school board seats, 7 for Baldwin City Council
January 27, 2015
Five candidates filed for the four positions on the Baldwin school board that will be on the April 7 ballot and seven candidates have filed for the three expiring at-large positions on the Baldwin City Council before the filling deadline of noon today.
Kansas measure would boost penalties for burglaries
January 27, 2015
Kansas would increase penalties for home burglaries under a bill being considered in the state Senate.
Baker football coach to be honored
January 27, 2015
Baker University head football coach Mike Grossner will be awarded the 2015 Sprint Community Champion award by the Kansas City Sports Commission at its annual banquet at 7 p.m. April 15 at 7 p.m. at the Kansas City Downtown Marriott-Muehlebach Towers.
Depression, mental health theme of this year’s Baldwin High School diversity day
January 27, 2015
Baldwin High School senior Kassadie Burton knows what it is like to be different. She’s the starting pitcher for the Baldwin High School softball team, the manager for the football team, a member of numerous clubs and usually upbeat and fun-loving in public, Burton said. But she said there was another side to the outward appearance she presented the world.