Archive for Thursday, August 31, 2000

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Beaten by the heat
Middle school cancels classes for two days
August 31, 2000
Despite efforts to stay cool by keeping the Eudora Middle School doors open, the doors will be shut for two days in submission to extreme temperatures.
I could see the growth coming’
Former Eudora pharmacist recounts memories of small-town Eudora and its quest for growth
August 31, 2000
Alf “Ole” Oleson has had a hand in helping Eudorans both live longer and be closer to home. At 83, he’s watched as Eudora has grown from a sleepy little town to a lively community along an ever-developing K-10 Highway. Aside from watching the town grow, he has also helped bring businesses and services to the area with a vision of making Eudora a better place to live.
Winchester Road funds finalized
August 31, 2000
Funds for Winchester Road improvements have been finalized at both county and local levels, paving the way for a tentative timeline toward its completion.
Animal farm
August 31, 2000
Being retired can have its perks. Often, it allows time to indulge in plans, vacations or hobbies long desired but never achieved. Retirement has allowed one rural Eudora couple to get the best of both worlds. With their farm of exotic animals, they enjoy their hobby and keep boredom away by keeping busy.
Company shows interest in purchasing Communicolor building
August 31, 2000
A German manufacturer is considering coming to Eudora and in the process bringing 185 jobs with it.
Software aids in learning process
August 31, 2000
A new learning program will help Eudora students strengthen their academic weakness through the use of computer software.
Kindergarten teachers aid new students in smooth transition
August 31, 2000
With any school year, there are always some obstacles to overcome. Nottingham Elementary School is no different, with kindergarten teachers taking measures to ensure a positive transition for new students.
Teen pregnancy is something to be ashamed of
To the Editor:
August 31, 2000
An open-minded approach to teen issues is requested
August 31, 2000
Last week, you may have noticed a new feature in your Eudora News.
City pool’s future in question
August 31, 2000
After a summer of splishing and splashing, the Eudora City Pool will be closing on Labor Day. However, its maintenance and future are unanswered questions affecting how long it will stay afloat.
Senior makes a return to the volleyball court
August 31, 2000
Returning to the volleyball court this season hasnt been an easy task for senior Alesha Hillebert.
Cross country opener is postponed due to heat
August 31, 2000
Cardinals get ready for Paola
Knee injury will keep Whitten out
August 31, 2000
The first kickoff of the season is upon them and after two weeks of practice in more than 100 degree-heat, the Eudora High Cardinals now set their sights on Paola High.
Rowland attends real estate conference
August 31, 2000
A Eudora businesswoman discovered hard work can pay off and provide a trip to Seattle in the process.
Super-Sonic effort
A Community gathers to support Brooke
August 31, 2000
Volunteers put the hop in carhop during a fund-raiser at Sonic for a Eudora teen last Thursday.
Who will survive in November?
August 31, 2000
I survived the last episode of Survivor, so where are my million simoleons?