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A fresh crop of businessmen
July 20, 2000
Some local youths are finding Eudora a prime spot to yield the vegetables of their labor.
Food basket donations contribute to Christmas tree fund
July 20, 2000
It may not be Christmas, but it’s never too late to start making preparations. With the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund, Fred Stewart does just that year-round.
Church to provide meals at C.P.A. picnic
July 20, 2000
About 100 years ago, the Eudora CPA Picnic began when people got together to eat and enjoy a meal with one another.
Teens find fun in city work
Five friends discover values, friendship while working
July 20, 2000
Summertime offers many different employment options for today’s youth. Fast food, retail sales, even selling produce are all viable options.
Where’s the hospitality?
July 20, 2000
Eudora’s tradition that keeps getting better each year
Editorial
July 20, 2000
There is no event in Eudora like the CPA Picnic.
Camp a big plus for little Cardinals
July 20, 2000
The Eudora High volleyball team has its work cut out for it, and this week at summer camp it had the opportunity to get a head start.
Arvelda C. Wright
July 20, 2000
Thomas R. Elmer
July 20, 2000
Alice Beal
July 20, 2000
Dorothy Shelby
July 20, 2000
Graveside services for Dorothy Shelby, 90, Mobile, Ala., will be at 9 a.m. Friday at Sunrise Cemetery, Manhattan.
Sunflower Hills: You’ll use every club in your bag
Bonner Springs course features trouble aplenty
July 20, 2000
Located in the shadows of the Kansas Turnpike, Sandstone Amphitheater and the Agricultural Hall of Fame, it’s quite easy to overlook or forget about Sunflower Hills Golf Course.
Who’s ever heard of Sunflower’s yellow tee boxes?
July 20, 2000
Hamsters, in my narrow-minded way of seeing things, have always been cute, cuddly creatures.
Cardinals finish second at hoops tournament
July 20, 2000
The Eudora High School boys basketball team is on a roll after gaining some pre-season momentum last Thursday night.
12 years later, president says picnic worth effort
July 20, 2000
When Jerry Trober first became CPA president, he only expected a two-year term. Little did he know his dedication would cause him to serve over a decade.
Niche business in hard times
Antiques dealers struggle with declining business in downtown Eudora
July 20, 2000
At a time when online auction hunting is booming, two downtown Eudora antique businesses are finding it harder and harder to keep their doors open.
CPA picnic to kick off with carnival
July 20, 2000
Fun-filled activities are planned for this weekend’s annual CPA picnic, including entertainment provided by a company fortunate to exist.
Crystal clear results
Reports show city’s drinking water rated among best in state
July 20, 2000
Eudora residents can raise a glass to the workers at the city’s water treatment plant.
City departments stressed from lack of help
July 20, 2000
City workers are feeling stress from lack of help, due to increased turnover in Eudora’s utility departments.
Baker football springs up in France
July 20, 2000
When Matt Spring started playing football, he never could have imagined it would take him to a whole other world literally.