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Community members should behave properly
June 29, 2000
Couple made it better for 12 years
June 29, 2000
The 4-H club’s motto is “To make the best better.”
Helping thy fellow man
Staples, Hime are spending summer doing mission work
June 29, 2000
For the second time, Eudora High School graduate Sarah Staples is in India.
He put the boy in cowboy
June 29, 2000
If Caleb Hines wants to become a professional bull rider in the future, he’s learning pretty early in life the value of a buck.
City’s newest water tower nears completion
June 29, 2000
Construction on Eudora’s new water tower is nearing completion, with its start estimated to be late August.
Citizens voice distaste of city’s cleanup procedures
June 29, 2000
Cleaning up was on the minds of a couple of residents at the Eudora City Council meeting on Monday.
Eudora’s lawyer population doubles
McCabria leaves Coffeyville firm to come home to Eudora
June 29, 2000
When Jim McCabria got his start practicing law in Coffeyville, he got what he wanted a firm with a small-town feel.
Kudos to the caring folks at our Eudora Post Office
June 29, 2000
No place for ‘juicy gossip’
June 29, 2000
I made mention in this space last week about my recent dinnertime brush with stardom at a Kauai eating establishment.
Tackling the issue of the separation of church and state
Editorial
June 29, 2000
It’s good to know that a recent U. S. Supreme Court decision won’t hinder Eudora’s athletes from praying prior to games in September.
Peter DeNucci
June 29, 2000
Returning to the Tour; Returning to the past
June 29, 2000
To understand my current place in the food chain as a golf hack, you first have to know about my golf past.
Lakeside Hills: Olathe’s accessible public course
Blind tee shots make for interesting round of golf
June 29, 2000
In this day of the golf explosion (thanks, Tiger), getting a last-minute tee time is akin to accomplishing the impossible.
Eudora comes up short on last play in loss to Trailblazers
June 29, 2000
Despite an undefeated round-robin start, the Eudora High School Cardinals finished tied for third in last weekend’s seven on seven football tournament.
Lucky sevens
Morelan shows he’s ready for fall; Cards take third
June 29, 2000
With a young quarterback ready to step into the varsity slot, last weekend’s seven-on-seven tournament was just what the Eudora Cardinals needed.
Look out! Students take the wheel with drivers’ education course
June 29, 2000
As 15-year-old Lindsey Abram exits an angled parking space at the Eudora post office, she carefully checks her rear view mirror for traffic. Her seat belt buckled, she pulls out slowly, checking over her shoulder for approaching cars. Appearing calm, the young driver said while this experience is educational, she is apprehensive at the same time.
Home at last
Eudora resident chosen by Habitat forHumanity as recipient of home
June 29, 2000
A local resident has been chosen to live in a Eudora Habitat for Humanity home. Habitat will provide affordable housing for a family in need and expand the organization’s operations outside of Lawrence.
Band, fireworks to ignite holiday
June 29, 2000
The clatter of fireworks will not be the only sounds filling the air at this year’s fireworks display.
Wilma C. Frank
June 29, 2000
Noah James Filbert
June 29, 2000
Dylan Thomas Krieg
June 29, 2000
Agnes Edgerton
June 29, 2000
School board expecting increase in new budget
June 29, 2000
After a year of researching and projecting figures and dollar amounts, the Eudora Board of Education is ready to finalize next year’s school budget at the July board meeting.