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Man found with self-inflicted gunshot wound
June 15, 2000
A Johnson County man was found wounded from an apparent gunshot wound to the head Tuesday morning outside Eudora.
Garrett-Cook
June 15, 2000
School board to fingerprint for approval
June 15, 2000
The Eudora school district will soon be making criminal background checks before hiring any new employees, including teachers.
Mayor boots 27-year veteran from planning and zoning commission
June 15, 2000
After 27 years of serving on Eudora’s Planning and Zoning Commission, Stan Byrne has been released from his position.
Harlow gets back to work
Superintendent ready to ‘take care of business’
June 15, 2000
After ironing out stipulations concerning his return, Bill Harlow returned to work Wednesday.
Lorene Call
June 15, 2000
Glen McGonigle
June 15, 2000
Cleo R. Richardson
June 15, 2000
John Gage
June 15, 2000
Tuesday’s thunderstorms bring needed rain to area
June 15, 2000
Thunderstorms rolled through Douglas County Tuesday bringing much needed rain to area farms.
Council members dedicated
Letter to the Editor
June 15, 2000
I think everything that has gone on in the past several weeks has been unfortunate and unfair, not only to (Bill) Harlow, but the judgment that has been passed on each council member individually.
No time to point fingers
Letter to the Editor
June 15, 2000
I thought the city council worked as a unit, not independent of each other. So, how is one person from that “unit” getting hanged and another is coming out smelling like a rose?
A belated word of congratulations for Relay for Life effort
Editorial
June 15, 2000
Excuse our tardiness, but we spent the last week catching up on our sleep. So, too, did most of Eudora, which is understandable, considering it turned out in force the most worthwhile cause there is: Life.
Gregg unchallenged in primary election
June 15, 2000
Eudora Democrat Dan Gregg will be unchallenged in the Aug. 1 primary election for the Douglas county commission seat.
Planning commission gives Wakarusa Ridge OK
June 15, 2000
The passing of the final development plan by the planning and zoning commission leaves the beginning phases for Wakarusa Ridge Estates a city council approval away.
Lucas Mark Laws
June 15, 2000
Is hack bringing a better golfer down to his level?
June 15, 2000
OK, so now you know my story. I’m a golf hack who is enamored with watching how far I can hit the ball. Trouble is, in order to play golf well, you have to hit it straight, which certainly hasn’t been my strong suit this year.
Tomahawk Hills offers golfers many challenges
Fast greens, deep rough make for potential danger
June 15, 2000
Few public golf courses can claim greens as treacherous as those of Tomahawk Hills golf course.
Kimberlin to juggle one more ball
New softball coach taking on fourth job
June 15, 2000
As if juggling three balls wasn’t enough, Cara Kimberlin will throw a fourth into the mix next spring.
Coach makes all-star debut
June 15, 2000
Pads are popping, sweat is flying and Aaron Barnett couldn’t be happier.
Council removes Blackburn as president
June 15, 2000
The Eudora City Council changed leadership Wednesday, approving council member Tom Pyle’s motion to remove Willene Blackburn as council president.
Learning by touch
Visually impaired students travel to the Wakarusa for a lesson in history
June 15, 2000
With one hand holding a rope and a white cane in the other, Philip Hall slowly makes his way down a hill in Eudora’s backyard. Each step is carefully measured as Hall listens to the voices of others to guide his way.
Taking time to assess damage
June 15, 2000
From the world of half-truths, rumors and innuendo, two-bit opinions (or best offer) about what might go down as one of the most turbulent months in the recent history of Eudora politics.