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Eudora High girls basketball coach calling it quits
March 9, 2000
After more than a decade of coaching Eudora High School girl’s basketball, coach Don Grosdidier is calling it quits.
Slavin has goals in place
March 9, 2000
Eudora High’s lone 1999 state track competitor is back and this year Aaron Slavin hopes to do something he did in the seventh-grade set a school record in the 1,500 meters, the metric mile.
Replacing Bloom is school board’s top priority
March 9, 2000
On Thursday night, Superintendent Dan Bloom’s letter of resignation will officially be accepted by the Eudora Board of Education, which has had an entire week to begin charting a new course under new leadership for the school district.
A special delivery with a message
March 9, 2000
Editor delivers paper, receives a special lesson.
A man and his Model A
March 9, 2000
A Eudora man bought his first Model A last fall.
Bloom’s legacy: Leading the battle for new high school
March 9, 2000
Some time in the last 17 years, Superintendent Dan Bloom said, the school board stopped listening to him. His recommendations often fell upon deaf ears and his plans for the continued growth of the school district were met with scrutiny.
Home hit by fire for second time in two months
March 9, 2000
Eudora firefighters battled their third structure fire of the year after responding to a house fire call on Sycamore Street at 1:15 p.m. Monday.
Sunflower cleanup is an explosive endeavor
March 9, 2000
Chemicals used to make cannon and rocket propellants during World War II now lie in and around buildings at the Sunflower Ammunition Plant.
Cardinals will be young but talented
March 9, 2000
Dave Durkin will pin the hopes of the Eudora High boys and girls track teams the underclassmen.