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Burke: Leader of the EHS band
September 7, 2000
When audience members see Wendi Burke at Eudora High School ballgames this year, shel be moving her arms frantically and yelling at the top of her lungs over loud music.
Eudora Jaycees earn statewide recognition
September 7, 2000
Eudora Jaycees are moving on up, gaining recognition for their efforts in the process.
Gladys Zimmerli
September 7, 2000
Walter E. Thome
September 7, 2000
Rick W. McClelland
September 7, 2000
Sunday love
Church teacher retires after 60 years
September 7, 2000
After 60 years of teaching, Fern Long is heading back to the classroom.
Area quilters get lesson
September 7, 2000
The Eudora Quilting Bees received a chance to learn of new techniques last Tuesday with a visit from quilter Patricia Knoechel.
Internet line snipped at EHS
September 7, 2000
A recent accident at Eudora High knocked out Internet services at the school, sending the district searching for a responsible party to pay the $12,000 repair bill.
Responding
Letter to the Editor:
September 7, 2000
Beating the heat, doing it safely
Editorial
September 7, 2000
Thankfully, temperatures have cooled down this week. The National Weather Service had been making a habit of issuing heat advisories for most of the last two weeks.
Local couple celebrates 25th anniversary
September 7, 2000
Cards look to erase miscues
September 7, 2000
After splitting their first match of the season, the Eudora Cardinals travel to Pomona Thursday to build on some of the positives while eliminating the negatives.
Senior preps for season
September 7, 2000
Senior Carolyn Jones has been a part of the Eudora cross country program throughout her high school career.
Road warriors
Cards travel to Louisburg after beating Paola, 14-13
September 7, 2000
The biggest victory of coach Aaron Barnett tenure is a thing of the past. The Eudora Cardinalsseason-opening 14-13 victory over Paola is in the bank and would mean little if they took the field Friday night in Louisburg unprepared.
Dam road is an Oz obstacle
September 7, 2000
Oz Entertainment Co. officials apparently didn’t give Johnson County Commissioners the right answers during a work session last Thursday.
Waste not, want not
September 7, 2000
In an effort to help septic tank users in Douglas County, local officials have agreed on Eudora as the best possible solution. A resolution will be voted on within upcoming months.
Recent heat takes a severe toll on local businesses
September 7, 2000
Driving west along North 1500 Road, evidence of damage from this summer’s heat is prevalent. To the north, acres of corn stand brown and seared from the heat. To the south, browned milo slouches to the ground from a lack of water along the dusty stretch. The evidence is clear the heat has affected the area, causing problems for local businesses.
Digging Graves
Kansas Gov. Bill Graves takes time for Eudora West Elementary students
September 7, 2000
Calling it the best job he’s ever had, Gov. Bill Graves spoke to students at Eudora West Elementary last Friday. He told students the importance of a good education at a young age, stressing they make the most of their learning at Eudora West.
Soaring to new heights
September 7, 2000
Some might say it doesn take a rocket scientist to fly model rockets, but for one Eudora youth it paid off to have some knowledge of a rocket inner workings.
Dinner to support Douglas County agency
September 7, 2000
A Douglas County non-profit organization is looking for supplemental funding and one local woman is asking Eudora and Baldwin City for help.
Thank you, Bill Harlow
Letter to the Editor:
September 7, 2000
Keeping fit, thanks to the music
September 7, 2000
Sitting in front of my keyboard filled with the sound of music in my heart.