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Brooke’s night to shine
14-year-old continues her fight against cancer
June 8, 2000
This year was a special year for Brooke O’Grady and her friends. The 14-year-old cancer fighter and her Relay for Life team rallied together, raising money and giving each other moral support.
Letters to the editor
June 8, 2000
City has a dire need for accountability
Editorial
June 8, 2000
Superintendent Bill Harlow is back behind that huge desk in his office at the city yard.
New employee background checks top agenda
June 8, 2000
The Eudora Board of Education will decide at 7:30 p.m. Thursday how to proceed with the recently passed state legislation which mandates background checks for all new school district employees.
Bass headed south
June 8, 2000
Eudora Jaycees President Pamela Bass will soon get to test her leadership skills by competing at the Jaycees national competition over 10 days in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Odd couple of the links struggle with principals of golf
June 8, 2000
When it comes to golf, I am what you would call a hack (some would use the same word to describe my journalistic abilities). I’ve never denied it - in golf, that is.
Eagle Bend: A golf bargain worth experiencing
Trees, river provide challenges aplenty
June 8, 2000
Let’s face it, if you had to choose between spending the day in the office or on the golf course, the latter would likely get the nod nine times out of 10.
City pool to undergo improvements
June 8, 2000
Each year the Eudora city council budgets money to help with the upkeep of the city swimming pool.
Details being worked out for Harlow’s return to job
June 8, 2000
Bill Harlow and his attorney are close to ironing out conditions of his return as city superintendent.
Letters to the Editor continued
June 8, 2000
A time to live in the moment
June 8, 2000
I went dancing last week with another woman right in front of my wife, Heidi. I danced with a woman named Naomi and made her giggle with delight.
Little Campers
Grade-schoolers take part in hoops camp
June 8, 2000
The Eudora High gym seemed to be in a state of chaos. There were about 35 third- and fourth-grade boys scattered across the basketball court, each hurling basketballs at the hoops, nearly seven feet above their heads.
Eudora steps forward in fight
June 8, 2000
With 24 teams, corporate sponsors and other money still coming in raising nearly $36,300 for the fight against cancer, community members pullrd together for the third annual Relay for Life.
How does city leave Harlow mess behind?
June 8, 2000
The community has heard the allegations. It has listened closely to the political scuffling and chosen whom to believe. Simply put, someone is not being honest about what really took place that night in executive session.