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Summer camp
Three days of fun, relaxing basketball gives way to fundamental instruction
June 22, 2000
The Eudora High School boys basketball team took to the court this week for three days of fun, laid-back basketball.
Gardner: Not Pebble Beach, but not bad either
Nine to 18: Once-small golf course has come a long way in 11 years
June 22, 2000
About 11 years ago, Jim Pruitt bought a nine hole golf course. The course was typical of small town Kansas courses: sand greens and a wide open shooting gallery that left participants ducking for cover as the holes ran back and forth.
7-on-7 is not just a passing fancy
June 22, 2000
It’s June. It’s hot. The field is smaller. The roster is shorter and there are no pads and no helmets. But it is football, and Saturday the “boys of summer” will be playing football, not baseball.
Signed, sealed … delivered
Eudora’s Carnagie inks basketball letter to Ottawa
June 22, 2000
Sometimes dreams do come true, and when Brent Carnagie signed his name Monday afternoon he knew exactly what that felt like.
Summer hot streak
Cardinals off to quck start in Frontier summer league
June 22, 2000
Practice makes perfect, and the Eudora High boys basketball team is getting a lot of that this summer.
Tractor club pulls in members
Mini-tractors emphasis of local group
June 22, 2000
When Jim Grems helped an elderly Eudora woman fix up her house, he had no idea his payment of a miniature tractor would lead him to a new hobby.
Flower not seeking another term
June 22, 2000
After 12 years serving the 47th District in the Kansas House of Representatives, Rep. Joann Flower, R-Oskaloosa, has decided not to seek another term in office.
Adkinson fills vacancy
Planning & zoning commission fills slot with rural Eudoran
June 22, 2000
Ken Adkinson has been appointed as the newest member of the Eudora Planning and Zoning Commission, filling the shoes of 27-year veteran Stan Byrne.
Local recycling plant closes its doors
June 22, 2000
Due to staggering metal prices and increasing fuel costs, Lonnie’s Recycling has closed down its Eudora operation.
One man’s trash …
City garage sale offers bargains aplenty
June 22, 2000
Last Saturday, the streets of Eudora were filled with shoppers searching for bargains and treasures. Some, looking for items they can use for a lifetime.
The true meaning of paradise
June 22, 2000
Back from paradise, which is kind of ironic, considering it took going to hell and back before at last getting the opportunity to sleep in my own bed.
City needs to do homeowners right in sewage mishap
Editorial
June 22, 2000
Every homeowner’s worst nightmare is a disaster, which you couldn’t prevent, destroying your home, after which you find out the insurance won’t cover the damages.
Ryan Brecheisen
June 22, 2000
Arnold Torneden
June 22, 2000
Minnie Green
June 22, 2000
Dorothy Huntsman
June 22, 2000
Parker Allen Wilson
Birth
June 22, 2000
Audrey Christine Luffman
Birth
June 22, 2000
Hard at Work
Eudora lifeguards working on more than a good tan
June 22, 2000
Sarah Hinman can be found working at the pool this summer.
Winchester Road improvements may face delay
June 22, 2000
A perceived inability to contribute funds from the Eudora school district budget could be a pothole in the path of paving Winchester Road.
I swear: it was still a fun, enjoyable round of golf
June 22, 2000
Every golfer knows the feeling of a miss-hit after a big drive. You crank one down the fairway on a short par five and know you can reach it in two.
A Relay-for-Life thank you
Letter to the Editor
June 22, 2000
Business owner warned for ‘unsightly’ lots
June 22, 2000
Larry Cyr is a Eudora business owner with long-standing Eudora roots.
Court: No student-led prayer in public schools
June 22, 2000
The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling barring students from leading a stadium in prayer before football games should not directly affect the athletes and students at Eudora High School.