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A whole new world
October 26, 2000
Coming to America has been a longtime dream for Germany-born Tine Hoerdum. A dream she has hoped for but was unsure would be fulfilled due to the cost. Now, she has taken the opportunity with the student exchange program.
Better days are ahead for Eudora runners
October 26, 2000
You won’t find coach Paul Boone complaining about the way the cross country season ended last Saturday.
Krutz hopes aerial attack not a mere passing fancy
October 26, 2000
On a team led by rushing, receivers can get lost downfield in the shuffle.
One for the money
Cards meet Bishop Ward with state playoff berth on the line
October 26, 2000
It all comes down to the game on Thursday night.
Local residents dress up homes for Halloween
October 26, 2000
Approaching 1039 Church Street, it’s easy to see that the occupants like to decorate their house for Halloween. Every window is luminated with a plastic pumpkin, its electric light glowing to viewers outside. A sign hangs from the porch, viewable from the sidewalk, which reads “the witch is in.”
Two Eudora schools start cycle for state accreditation
October 26, 2000
Two Eudora schools began their journey toward accreditation last Friday with an on-site visit by the state’s Quality Performance Accreditation team.
I’m sure I would be dead’
October 26, 2000
When Suess Lounsbury made her way to Lawrence last week, it was a routine trip for her. She loaded up her two kids and headed off to the store, searching for pantyhose and other necessary items.