Archive for Thursday, July 27, 2000

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Jayhawks are enjoying a wild ride to state tournament
July 27, 2000
Threes are wild for the Jayhawks.
Johnny’s be good
Mudcats capture state title with the help of Eudora’s Van Deelen
July 27, 2000
They’ve been playing well all season, and now that Johnny’s Mudcats are making a run at the regional championships Matt Van Deelen hopes his team will stay among the best baseball teams in the area.
Parading around
July 27, 2000
Last weekend’s CPA picnic offered much more than fun and food. It also included competitions for various events.
TOTO claims victory after Oz delay
July 27, 2000
A group opposed to the Wonderful World of Oz Theme Park and Resort project claims a delay by government officials in answering a lawsuit filed against them in March is proof of wrongdoing on their part.
Republicans vie for House
July 27, 2000
Two Republican candidates will discover after Tuesday’s primary election who will go on to vie for the Kansas House of Representatives 47th District seat.
EHS booster club plans calendar
July 27, 2000
Even though school won’t begin for almost another month, the Eudora High Booster Club has been busy with its current fund-raiser and plans for the upcoming school year’s activities.
Four board members honored
July 27, 2000
Four Eudora Board of Education members were recently recognized for their commitment to education.
Winans meets with board; Johnson elected president
July 27, 2000
The Eudora School Board welcomed new superintendent David Winans last Thursday and elected new officers for the 2000-2001 school term.
Americans have an obligation to vote
July 27, 2000
As Americans, we have a number of unalienable rights we often call to mind. The right to free speech and religious and political beliefs are the basic principles to what makes the United States of America the greatest country in the world.
KDOT worker accident backs up K-10
July 27, 2000
An accident involving a Kansas Department of Transportation worker backed up traffic on K-10 highway Monday morning.
Council contemplates clean up options for property
July 27, 2000
Brent Arterburn addressed the Eudora City Council for the third consecutive meeting on Monday, stressing urgency for enforcement of Eudora city code regulations.
Republican party targets Congressional Third District as seat to win
July 27, 2000
The Congressional Third District Republican primary election will take place Tuesday, yet candidates are already focused on their Democratic challenger. Phill Kline, Gary Morsch and Greg Musil are fighting for the opportunity to contend with Dennis Moore during the statewide election Nov. 7.
Eudora Fire Department in need of equipment
Fire Chief Spencer McCabe requests $17,500 for upgrades
July 27, 2000
With more applicants for the Eudora Fire Department, Fire Chief Spencer McCabe has requested $17,500 to equip the growing force. The request was granted, but not without scrutiny from some council members.
Float builders, riders drift through parades
July 27, 2000
Floats were in no short supply at this year’s annual CPA picnic. The effort going into their design included creativity and determination and a hope to gain the prize label of winner.
CPA fun floats into town
CPA activities bring Eudora festival flavor
July 27, 2000
Floats, food and fun filled the streets last weekend as Eudora’s annual CPA picnic went off without a hitch.
Rookie Democrats look to win voters, advance to November general elections
July 27, 2000
Three rookie Democratic candidates will spar at the polls Tuesday, with the victor advancing to November’s general elections.
Rodewald, Praeger share views for Senate race
July 27, 2000
The race for the 2nd District State Senate seat has brought two Republicans head-to-head.
Remembering a special man
July 27, 2000
It’s been a year since William Mosely turned up missing. Not that his disappearance would have caused even the slightest of tremors on the consciousness screen of most people.
Trees, rain and the cart-path-only rule make for dreadful round
July 27, 2000
Another week, another golf excuse.
Golf technology will never overtake Dub’s Dread
Formerly the world’s longest golf course, Dub’s is no short walk
July 27, 2000
In this day of TigerMania, it’s easy to look back and understand if not appreciate the golf career of Jug McSpadden.
Out of this world
Two Eudora students attend Hutchinson’s space camp this summer
July 27, 2000
Two Eudora youths recently discovered what it takes to have the right stuff and work in an environment out of this world at space camp.
Republicans look for chance at 2nd district county commission seat
July 27, 2000
With the primary election right around the corner, it will soon be known which 2nd District Douglas County Commission candidate Republicans want to advance to the November election.