Archive for Thursday, March 23, 2000

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Health screening aid Eudora’s elderly
March 23, 2000
Buddy James is one of 13 community members who meet at the health screening clinic, getting checked for a variety of things like blood pressure, hemoglobin, blood sugar, weight and other health-related issues.
Bloom-like qualities a requirement of board
March 23, 2000
School board members say Eudora’s next school superintendent will have Dan Bloom’s financial savvy. He’ll also have Bloom’s vision for future school sites, not to mention his passion for the job.
Cause of fires still undetermined
Eudora police chief, state fire marshall continue arson investigation of thrice-burned Sycamore Street house
March 23, 2000
Officials continue trying to determine the cause of a house fire, which took place March 12. It was the third fire inside a west Eudora house in the last two months.
Not your average Red House
Eudora recording studio developing a reputation
March 23, 2000
If the faint sound of music is heard when walking down Main Street, look around. There’s a Red House on the corner, and it’s busy capturing the sounds of the latest musicians.
Mother Nature denies our boys their right to spit
March 23, 2000
You have to love this time of year unless you’re an athlete, the parent of an athlete or someone whose weekly schedule revolves around the unpredictable, spring sports calendar.
Baseball is Dunaway’s love
March 23, 2000
Jon Dunaway is no stranger to baseball, which was his life for more than 10 years.
New coach, new attitude
Cardinals will go as far in Frontier League as pitching staff can take them
March 23, 2000
Accepting a new coach has not been a problem for the Eudora High baseball team.