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Cards rely on defense
December 7, 2000
Eudora Coach Gretchen Freeland earned her first win as a head coach Monday. The Cards then lost Tuesday to a deep Baldwin team.
School board looks at options for buildings
Members hit streets to ask for input, answer questions from community
December 7, 2000
Eudora`s school buildings are reaching a point where action must be taken to keep up with the ever-growing student population. Nottingham Elementary has recently had sewer problems; Eudora Middle School cancelled classes earlier this year due to excessive heat and all of the buildings are near capacity.
EHS Close Up Club sees presidential election up close
December 7, 2000
With the presidential election still lacking a conclusion, some Eudora High students recall their stay in the nation`s Capitol during one of the most controversial elections in history.
Residents find closure regarding FEMA maps
December 7, 2000
Most Eudora residents contesting new flood plain maps released this summer are pleased with new surveys.
Eudora Jaycees help make Christmas memorable
December 7, 2000
An idea to get rid of Nottingham`s grease
Letter to the Editor
December 7, 2000
Trees need to be a part of Eudora
Editorial
December 7, 2000
Years from now, when Eudora`s open land is developed into houses, malls and every other symbol of societal progress, we`re going to thank the Eudora planning commission for have the foresight to put a tree ordinance into place.
Eudora poised for run at state crown
December 7, 2000
There`s a long road ahead for the Cardinal wrestling team, but last Saturday it began the journey back toward the state tournament with a fourth-place finish in the first meet of the season.
Tyler`s 26 points not enough to lead Eudora past Turner
December 7, 2000
Zac Tyler scored a career-high 26 points Monday night, but it wasn`t enough as Eudora lost to Kansas City-Turner in an opening-round game of the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational tourney.
Fisher comes back from injury to guide Cardinals
December 7, 2000
It was obvious from the outset last Friday night nothing — not even a knee injury that nagged him all week — was going to stop Eudora junior Matt Fisher.
Chamber`s annual contest to help light up Eudora
December 7, 2000
There`s a festive glow in town as the annual Light Up Eudora contest plugs in. Rural Eudora resident Hank Turnbaugh is ready for the show.
day that will live in infamy`
Community members recall Pearl Harbor`s impact on region
December 7, 2000
Like many Americans of her generation, Alberta Anderson vividly recalls what she was doing when she learned the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor.
Eudora teens face charges after shootings
December 7, 2000
A 14-year-old Eudora male allegedly involved in the shootings of 11 head of cattle last week also faces a juvenile accusation of felony aggravated assault against an 11-year-old Eudora youth.
Picture Perfect
Antique collection paints picture of vintage Eudora
December 7, 2000
Jim O`Berg began collecting antiques when he was 20 years old. Over the years his love affair grew and he always kept an eye out for a good bargain. Sometimes, his smart shopping would produce a bargain, other times he lost money. But one of the more unique items in his private collection he stumbled upon without realizing at first.
Days Gone By
December 7, 2000
The perfect man for the job
December 7, 2000
Score one for the less-kind, less-gentle sex (at least that’s I’m told we’re known as in some circles).