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Cards’ rally falls short
December 21, 2000
births
December 21, 2000
Engagements
December 21, 2000
Deaths
December 21, 2000
Playgroup helps parents, children alike
December 21, 2000
Meeting peers with similar interests isn’t always easy to do. Being a stay-at-home mom can have similar drawbacks, especially not knowing others in the same situation. A playgroup in Eudora has hopeS to change that and it appears to be working.
Foul weather and facility upgrades
Editorial
December 21, 2000
Television news crews captured footage of dozens of teens enjoying a snow day of sledding last Wednesday.
Parent organization prepares toddlers for life
December 21, 2000
When raising a child, some parents may not know what signs to look for in the early stages of development to ensure their child is progressing physically and mentally. Often, they don’t know where to begin or where to turn to when questions arise. Eudora’s Parents as Teachers (PAT) program gives parents the opportunity to learn more about their children and helps in the process.
A fresh start on car repair
December 21, 2000
Robin Robertson is getting a fresh start in owning his own business.
New postmaster home delivered
December 21, 2000
After months of waiting, Eudora’s new postmaster has been selected and she’s glad to be back in Kansas.
Minerva Rebekah Lodge works to set good example throughout Eudora
December 21, 2000
The Minerva Rebekah Lodge is working to bring a charitable act throughout Eudora monthly, extending its acts through Christmas and beyond.
Weddings
December 21, 2000
Area leaders recall interesting Christmas gifts
December 21, 2000
Just because community and civil leaders are in leadership positions doesn’t mean they’re immune from the off the wall Christmas gift. Some attest when it comes to getting gifts, they’re just like everyone else.
Crazy for vinyl
December 21, 2000
Should there ever be a shortage of vinyl in Kansas, two Eudora individuals may be needed to keep the stax of wax alive and well.
Letters to Santa decline this year at post office
December 21, 2000
Letters to Santa Claus delivered to the Eudora Post Office are on the decline this year, due to a new nation-wide postal system.
An officer and a park ranger
Police department hires local badge
December 21, 2000
There may be a new badge in town, but the Eudora Police Department didn’t have to look far to bring him to the force.
Nottingham extends hours to make up missed school days
December 21, 2000
Nottingham Elementary has a solution to make up five school days missed due to school and sewer problems. According to teachers and parents, the solutions appear to be working well.
A new tradition
Family to hold community caroling, hopes idea will stick
December 21, 2000
Shannon Cook wanted to do something different this year for Christmas. With a desire to add an old-fashioned touch to her family’s activities, Cook hopes to begin a caroling tradition. She also hopes the community will join her family and make this an annual event.
A goodbye from the heart
December 21, 2000
Saying goodbye has never been easy for me.
Unorthodox but effective
It’s hard to argue with the end result when Brett Becker takes to the mat
December 21, 2000
In the black-and-white world of high school wrestling, Eudora senior Brett Becker would be classified as brilliant red.
Cards get past Wellsville
December 21, 2000
When you consider that Eudora ‘s girls basketball team started Tuesday night’s game in Wellsville with a 10-1 lead and parlayed that into a 14-5 lead after one quarter, it’s easy to assume the Cardinals won in a laugher.
Report: School fixes would cost millions
December 21, 2000
Preliminary reports of Eudora’s school district buildings are in, with a grade card showing Eudora Middle School and Eudora High desperately needing improvement.