Archive for Thursday, March 30, 2000

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A newspaper’s job is to be the eyes, ears and voice of the city
March 30, 2000
Today marks the fifth chance we’ve had to introduce ourselves to you, the reader.
Community should show support for Jaycees talent show
Editorial
March 30, 2000
Eudora’s Jaycees have made a solid commitment to helping the youth of this community succeed. Now it’s time for the community to help the Jaycees in achieving this unsung endeavor.
Tractor company interested in Eudora
March 30, 2000
City council members were presented with a proposal Monday night, which if approved, will help Royal Tractor Company Inc. move its entire operation to 12 acres of Intec Business Park. The company builds vehicles which carry a massive amount of weight, catering to steel, automotive, aerospace and heavy manufacturing.
Painting the town … Blue
Jasmin’s Restaurant to open downtown next week
March 30, 2000
Jasmin’s, Eudora’s newest venture into international cuisine, will open its doors for business next week. However, it has been the talk of downtown Eudora for the last month because Ramirez chose to make it a conversation piece by painting the building bright blue.
The gift of Life
EHS Blood drive brings to light a tale of living
March 30, 2000
Every second that Brooke O’Grady is alive is partly because of the many donations she has received. While her gifts have nothing to do with canned goods and clothing, usually associated with donating, it has everything to do with people giving blood, bone marrow, money and moral support. Gifts that have ultimately given her the gift of life.
Land owners battle city over unbuilt road
March 30, 2000
When Eudora’s water treatment plant specialists realized they needed land to build a storage building for supplies, the city contacted Jim and Sheila Moses, owners of 1.5 acres of land adjacent to the plant. The city made an offer of $34,000, which Mrs. Moses said at the time, was acceptable to them.
Neighbors object to Wakarusa Estates
March 30, 2000
When Pat Shawbaker received a letter notifying her of a public planning and zoning commission hearing on April 5 concerning Wakarusa Estates, she was furious. She and her husband, Charles, wanted to live quietly in the country and independent of the city’s procedures and politics, in the community known as Rose Acres.
Cardinal Card aids fund-raising for EHS band students
March 30, 2000
When Eudora High Cardinal Regiment members were looking for fund-raising ideas for future band trips, they relied on past ideas to raise the money. After Rob Claggett put his mind and resources together, he was able to come up with a winning idea to help with the task.
A word to wise concession stand workers: Kids love nachos
March 30, 2000
The Wellsville Snowball relays brought the pop of the gun, the grimacing faces of adolescent athletes, the tickle of twine across the winners’ jerseys, the smell of icy hot and burgers on the grill to Wellsville stadium.
Track begins with a kick
Hall’s late surge gives Cardinals a victory in relay event
March 30, 2000
A young and inexperienced Eudora track team took a couple big steps toward a successful season Tuesday at the Wellsville Snowball Relays.
Country Crooner
Eudora singer carves out her country niche
March 30, 2000
When Annie Dunavin told husband Terry she wanted to be a country music singer, it came as a shock, especially since he’d never heard her in public.
A Rose in full bloom
Eudora High senior ready to lead Cardinals
March 30, 2000
Aaron Rose entered the new school year suddenly realizing the older players he had gotten used to looking up to were no longer around. His comfort zone had vanished, while accountability and responsibility had suddenly appeared.