Archive for Thursday, August 3, 2000

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Mary McBride
August 3, 2000
Grace Bowen
August 3, 2000
Robert Crumly
August 3, 2000
Graci Jane Buchholz
August 3, 2000
Winkle, Williams engagement announced
August 3, 2000
Flea markets jump around
Eudora’s antique businesses go through some shifting
August 3, 2000
Downtown Eudora will see a change in storefronts during the next month.
Barnett captures bronze medal
August 3, 2000
Two of Eudora’s own took to the mats in Lawrence Saturday at the Sunflower Games to show that wrestling can be fun.
Gone to the birds
August 3, 2000
Some of Cindy True’s family thinks she’s gone to the birds. Upon visiting her rural Eudora home, some might say her family is right. But the self-employed bird breeder insists her work is nothing to squawk about.
New teacher ready for first day of school
August 3, 2000
Angela Holmes is looking forward to her first day of school as a teacher, that is.
Tafanelli beats McNeill for shot at 47th District House seat
August 3, 2000
Lee Tafanelli, Ozawkie, defeated Ken McNeill, Perry, in Tuesday’s Republican primary. Tafanelli, 39, will now face either Lana Leach or Bruce Hanson in November’s general election for the Kansas House of Representatives 47th District seat.
Kline wins primary, take on Moore in November
August 3, 2000
Phill Kline’s victory in the Congressional Third District Republican primary election Tuesday night is only half the battle.
Praeger topples Rodewald in primary
August 3, 2000
With around 76-percent of the vote on Tuesday, Republican Sandy Praeger took the 2nd District State Senate slot for the November general election.
Johnson advances to November election
Johnson, Eudoran Dan Gregg to square off for 2nd district County Commission seat
August 3, 2000
Though the tally at the Douglas County Courthouse was not official until 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, Bob Johnson had little to worry about. With 1,657 votes, Johnson won the Republican spot on the ballot for the 2nd district Douglas County Commission seat election in November. Johnson beat out his opponent, Scott Mock, who received 570 votes.
Too tired; feeling kind of flat
August 3, 2000
Anyone cruising down the autobahn (a.k.a. Highway 10, where the speed limit is merely a formality) last week got the opportunity to witness me struggling to change a tire.
A safe parade makes for a happy parade
Editorial
August 3, 2000
A belated congratulatory message goes out to everyone who made the recent CPA Picnic a smashing success.
4-H group heads to Douglas County fair
August 3, 2000
The aroma of smoked sausage, funnel cakes and french fries blend together with the smell of livestock, straw and manure. The bleats and squeals of farm animals are intertwined with carnival beeps and clangs. Ribbons brightly colored purple, blue, red and white decorate tables, walls and barn stalls.
Residents look for flood plain answers
FEMA comes to Eudora, speaks on map revisions
August 3, 2000
Nearly 30 people showed up at Eudora’s City Hall on July 26, hoping to find answers to questions concerning revised flood plain maps for the city.
Day Camping
Photos by Roger Nomer
August 3, 2000
Fit to be tied
August 3, 2000
The Kansas House of Representatives 47th District race ended in a tie Tuesday night.
FINAL primary results
August 3, 2000
Hawaiian getaway
Eudora students take part in Lion’s music program
August 3, 2000
Two Eudora High students and 152 other musicians participated in June in the International Lion’s Club Band in Waikiki, Hawaii.
Delivering the goodies
Local man finds sweet niche for himself in ice cream sales
August 3, 2000
The three boys stood near the end of the driveway waving dollar bills above their heads, anxiously awaiting the arrival of their evening snacks.
A brotherly love to compete
Smiths Doug and Duane shatter Masters relay record
August 3, 2000
After decades without competing, brothers Doug and Duane Smith ran back onto the track and field scene in style in June at the Blue River Valley Track Meet in Marysville.
No man is an island, but sometimes an island defines a man
August 3, 2000
Baby steps.
Oak Country: A short course that has come a long way
New owners have taken great strides in making local golf course better
August 3, 2000
The best indication of how far Oak Country Golf Course has come in the last five years can be perfectly illustrated on the course’s longest hole the par-5 488-yard sixth.
Local church robbed twice
August 3, 2000
A second burglary in two weeks has left a rural Eudora church searching for answers and authorities searching for suspects.