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Property: Partly city’s or wholly Moses’?
April 6, 2000
A dispute between the city and a Eudora land owner is far from being resolved.
Plant closing in August
Communicolor closing affects 135 employees
April 6, 2000
One of Eudora’s largest employers, Communicolor, will close its doors this summer.
Commission ponders development on west end of Eudora
April 6, 2000
As the public hearing on a zoning change loomed, planning and zoning commission members were taking a measured look at the issue.
A mother’s anguish
Eudora woman waits for abducted child to be found, returned
April 6, 2000
Five-year-old Miranda Budiman has a closet filled with new clothes. She has a stack of unopened Christmas presents waiting for her in a bedroom she has never seen.
Eudora in bloom
April 6, 2000
Walking down any Eudora street, you may notice flowers beginning their metamorphosis into bloom in front of city hall, the library, or even Nottingham Elementary. The occurrences of these trophies of spring are not mere coincidence. They exist largely because a group of volunteers donates its time and energy to beautify Eudora.
Toddler doing fine after life-flight episode
April 6, 2000
As a mother, Kim Gabriel knows it’s difficult to keep a close eye on children every second.
Eudora looks to bounce back
April 6, 2000
The first-game jitters Eudora High softball coach Grechen Freeland expected to see in the Cards’ season opener never materialized.
Harris hurdles to victory in Baldwin
April 6, 2000
Junior Brian Harris was one of the few bright spots for the Eudora High track teams last Friday at the Baldwin Invitational Track Meet in Baldwin City.
Cardinals rally in opener to beat Osawatomie in 13; take nightcap
April 6, 2000
Jon Dunaway walked away from Eudora’s first doubleheader with a huge grin on his face.
Search continues for missing girl
April 6, 2000
When Tara Budiman describes her 5-year-old daughter Miranda, the superlatives begin to flow and the face that has hidden so much pain in the last 18 months shines with life.