Archive for Thursday, November 30, 2000

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Jackie R. Whitaker Jr.
November 30, 2000
Spend holiday bucks in Eudora
November 30, 2000
Eudora`s business community needs you. As another holiday season rapidly approaches, local businesses are hoping this will be the best year ever in holiday sales. And why shouldn`t it? Our community has grown in the past year. The economy is great. We don`t have our next president, but that may be the best choice America made on election day, given our options.
All-state accolades
Eudora running back named to two all-Class 4A football squads
November 30, 2000
It`s only fitting that in a year that saw Eudora High reach new heights in football, one of its players would reach a new individual milestone.
Mayor gets fund-raising under way
November 30, 2000
Though no evergreens are associated with the Mayor`s Christmas Tree Fund, it does branch out to Eudora`s needy and will be once again providing food this holiday season.
Tree ordinance on tap for commission
November 30, 2000
As trees are cut down to make way for new subdivisions in Eudora, The Eudora Planning and Zoning Commission is taking action to ensure the cost of growth isn`t too high in the long run.
Nottingham closes doors for repairs
November 30, 2000
Students and employees at Nottingham Elementary got an extended Thanksgiving break this week due to broken sewer main.
A different branch of farming
November 30, 2000
Cris and Sherry Crawford may be starting a new Christmas tradition for area families.
What`s in a name, anyway?
November 30, 2000
The little birdie — a.k.a., the gossipmonger — has been busy in recent months around our office. It seems our fine-feathered friend has been doing a little moonlighting, picking up a little extra Christmas cash working as the stork.
Is it in the Cards?
Young, athletic squad carries the hopes of Eudora into hoops season
November 30, 2000
Eudora boys basketball coach Chad Eshbaugh is like a kid at Christmastime right now. He wants to open the package and see what he`s got.
A farm-ly tradition
November 30, 2000
In 1900 Edward Knabe purchased 80 acres of land southeast of Eudora for $2,500. A century later, Richard and Linda Knabe have received an award for the farm, for one simple reason — over the years, the Knabe name has kept the farm all in the family.