Archive for Wednesday, November 22, 2000

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Laura Straight
1910-2000
November 22, 2000
Ruth Lawson
1908-2000
November 22, 2000
James W. Edwards
1910-2000
November 22, 2000
Frederick G. Trefz Sr.
1919-2000
November 22, 2000
Alvie “Bud” Guy
1913-2000
November 22, 2000
Stephen G. Douglass
1968-1999
November 22, 2000
The touch of a nurse’s hand
November 22, 2000
When Cathleen Reitz began nursing school, the former Eudora resident felt certain she would utilize her skills while serving a higher power. Recently she was able to see her vision become a reality.
Smokers try to put out addiction
November 22, 2000
Victor Allen has had a few experiences with some pretty powerful drugs. He has tried cocaine, morphine and other drugs, but managed to kick them all. At 61, he fights his toughest battle with the hardest drug yet nicotine.
It’s time to bring the community in
Editorial
November 22, 2000
The Eudora Board of Education last week voted to hire a construction manager to head the building of a new high school campus.
Finding a release in wood carving
November 22, 2000
Eudora senior citizens are once again getting the chance to carve their niche with a woodcarving class presented by a local expert.
Local donors give the gift of life
November 22, 2000
Whenever a blood drive comes to Eudora, Susan Carnagie is one of the first to know. Her name is on a donor sheet and whenever a blood drive is held in Eudora, she is called and asked to participate.
Mastering their crafts
November 22, 2000
Leona Haney has been working with crafts for nearly 60 years. The Eudora resident works year-round, using molds to shape figurines and other items, finishing them with a shiny glaze. But when she’s done, she likes to have a place to display her work and sell it as well. This month, Haney got the chance to display and sell her crafts at Eudora Nursing Center’s food and crafts show.
A new attitude
Freeland looks to turn things around with hard work, discipline
November 22, 2000
With a new coach who hates to lose and a team full of experienced returners ready to win, the season looks promising for the Eudora girls basketball team.
Douglas County Senior Services searches for Eudora volunteers
November 22, 2000
The Douglas County Senior Services Center is in desperate need of workers for Eudora. Hoping to find willing volunteers like two local volunteers, the center is extending the call to any who’ll heed it.
Turnout good from local registered voters
November 22, 2000
Many of Eudora’s active registered voters went to the polls for this year’s general election, according to final tallies.
Habitat funds low, planners seek und-raising help
November 22, 2000
Habitat for Humanity has officially begun the process of construction planning for a home in Eudora. Though many have offered to donate time toward the building’s construction, there is still much money to be raised.
Bittersweet thanks
November 22, 2000
This Thanksgiving will be both bitter and sweet for Shirley Douglass and her family. After months of uncertainty regarding the whereabouts of her son, she now knows the truth. However, the reality of the situation was something she never expected.
Thanksgiving Day memories
November 22, 2000
In daily life, where we tend to take so much for granted, it’s meaningful and necessary to have a day where we can put things in their proper perspective.