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Eudora library requests $15,000 budget increase
July 13, 2000
Increasing patron needs has led the Eudora Public Library to ask the county for a $15,000 increase in its 2001 budget.
An a-maze-ing piece of art
Pendleton Farm corn maze expected to attract thousands
July 13, 2000
With maps in hand, three generations navigated a green butterfly antennae and across the right and left wings of the eight-acre cornfield.
Residents look to city for flood map relief
July 13, 2000
When Mike Davis heard the news his home now may be in a flood plain, he had some concerns. He worried about having to purchase flood insurance and the possibility a storm of great magnitude could surround his home with water. Simply put, Davis doesn’t know what he’ll do.
Big Bang theory: Broken club, shattered confidence
July 13, 2000
I guess the genesis and legitimacy of my sad tale depends on whether you buy into the Big Bang theory.
Alvamar Golf Club: no leisurely stroll through the park
Narrow fairways, trees, plenty of rough can make it rough
July 13, 2000
It’s safe to say Alvamar Golf Club might be as tough a course as there is in the Kansas City metro area.
Having a ball
July 13, 2000
The Eudora Stingers are the underdogs. They are young and sporadic at times, but they comprise one of the best 12-and-under fastpitch teams in the nation, and at the end of the month they will try to prove it.
Focusing on the fundamentals
July 13, 2000
Changes may be on the horizon for the Eudora High School girls basketball team, but this week at camp the Cardinals new head coach is going to keep things simple.
Roy Scribner
July 13, 2000
Gladys Marie Scott
July 13, 2000
Maze artist attracts Herd of viewers
July 13, 2000
Stan Herd is not a farmer, yet he is still living off of the land.
Eudora quilting guild continues to grow
July 13, 2000
Arelene Lawson is no stranger to quilting. She would quilt as a child with her mother. This led to her interest in the pastime and the 50 years experience she has acquired. Though experienced, Lawson was happy to see a quilting guild come to Eudora one year ago and learn some new tricks.
Eudora resident asks for land cleanup
July 13, 2000
Eudora resident Brent Arterburn led a solitary charge for the city to continue the cleanup of land near his residence.
No place to skateboard
July 13, 2000
Going against the grain and choosing a sport out of the norm is bound to cause some reactions. But some Eudora teens say their sport of choice is looked upon in a negative light and they’d like to have a venue to show skateboarding is not a crime.
Here we go again
Letter to the Editor
July 13, 2000
Fun comes in many forms
July 13, 2000
For nearly nine years, I have gotten out of it. Avoided it. I’ve found reasons not to go scheduling conflict, going to the aid of a sick friend, or even a sick enemy.
Thanks, Dr. Bloom; Welcome, Winans
Editorial
July 13, 2000
A new era began last week in Eudora District when Dave Winans officially took over as the leader of the school district and brought to a close the 18-year run of former superintendent Dan Bloom.
Ruth M. LaDuke
July 13, 2000
Longtime postmaster retires
July 13, 2000
The Eudora Post Office will have to find another boss after Friday.
Winds of change
Eudora family has no run-of-the-mill hobby
July 13, 2000
What used to be a necessary fixture on many Kansas farms has become a hobby for a local couple.
Hunter James Heier
July 13, 2000