Archive for Thursday, July 6, 2000

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Alice Beal
July 6, 2000
Putting easy when you’re loose as a goose
July 6, 2000
Whenever I play Overland Park Golf Club, I am constantly reminded of the first and only moral dilemma I’ve ever encountered on the links.
Overland Park Golf Club has something for everyone
Three incredible nine-hole courses offer players the chance to mix and match their round
July 6, 2000
With 27 holes, a pitch-and-putt course and a full-service driving range, Overland Park Golf Club might be the most complete public golf facility in the Kansas City metro area.
A long-distance love affair
Eudora graduate finds a release through running
July 6, 2000
Stephanie Orth had never considered herself a runner, and she never had any desire to start.
Light up the sky
July 6, 2000
Slick roads contribute to accident
July 6, 2000
Wet, slippery roads appear to have been the cause of a two-car accident on K-10 highway last Friday.
Royal Tractor sees setbacks for move
July 6, 2000
Plans for Royal Tractor Inc. to move to Eudora are still in the works. But the move will take longer for the move than previously expected.
Jerry Elmore
July 6, 2000
Norman L. Schweitzberger
July 6, 2000
This editorial was published a long time ago 224 years (and two days), to be exact but it still rings true today
July 6, 2000
WHEN in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the Powers of the Earth, the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation.
Apology due
Letter to the editor
July 6, 2000
Council deserves praise for helping family realize dream
Editorial
July 6, 2000
In this time of intense scrutiny of our city leaders, they should be lauded when something special is achieved.
Winans takes helm as superintendent
July 6, 2000
There is a new face in the Eudora Board of Education office this week.
County to aid Eudora with Winchester Road upgrade
July 6, 2000
The plans to pave Winchester Road are nearly a done deal, save final budget approval and deciding on which plan to use for its completion.
Troubled waters
New maps show more homes in flood danger
July 6, 2000
Joe and Debbie Stober started building their home on Bluestem Drive in 1998, with the hope of getting out of Overland Park and starting a new life in a small town.
The umpire strikes back
July 6, 2000
Each time Zac Hamlin steps on the baseball field, he’s prepared for a game.