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To the Editor:
September 14, 2000
No. 1001
Nursing center reaches milestone
September 14, 2000
The Eudora Nursing Center is over the hump and progressing toward the future with the admittance of its 1001st resident.
Cards claim seventh-grade tourney title
September 14, 2000
The seventh-grade varsity volleyball team defended its nest at the Eudora Middle School Invitational tournament Saturday at Eudora High School.
Keeping Cards healthy is his top priority
September 14, 2000
Certified athletic trainer Jeff Fries (pronounced Freeze) has been working to keep Eudora High’s athletes in shape to compete, which would lead some to believe that he likes his job.
Cards come home even
Eudora to host Wellsville after falling to Louisburg
September 14, 2000
The effort was there but the intensity wasn’t, and things just didn’t quite come together for Eudora High Friday night in Louisburg.
Planning commission hears official plans for manufactured home park
September 14, 2000
The Eudora Planning and Zoning Commission has heard official plans for a manufactured home park planned for 132 acres in West Eudora.
The Code
Students happy after standard of dress at EHS is modified
September 14, 2000
Once ruled to be too strict, a change in Eudora High dress code has already made a drastic change in the opinions of students.
Reasons for closure
September 14, 2000
Eudora shouldn’t be the county seat
Editorial
September 14, 2000
Images of that trash barge sitting off the coast of New Jersey immediately come to mind when we think of Eudora becoming the county’s place to store septic tank waste.
Schonberg-Chrislip exchange vows
September 14, 2000
Williams-Novacky united in marriage
September 14, 2000
Kip I. Pittman
September 14, 2000
Cardinals finish third at tournament in McLouth
September 14, 2000
A third-place finish at Saturday’s invitational tournament in McLouth has the Eudora Cardinals feeling pretty good about themselves.
Kicking it in America
September 14, 2000
Martin Krumbach stood 20 yards from the goal posts seemingly without a care in the world. Eudora High teammate Brian Harris had just scored an overtime touchdown against Paola and it was Krumbach’s job to add the extra point, which, in this case, was that in name only. There was nothing extra about it.
Communicolor employees deal with plant shutdown, emotions
September 14, 2000
When Communicolor closed its doors on Aug. 1, Ron Zook had worked for the direct mail printing company for 10 1/2 years. As production control supervisor for the company, he controlled scheduling and job planning at the plant. However, when he received word his services and those of 134 other employees were no longer needed, Zook decided it was time for a vacation.
Council approves bonds for company
September 14, 2000
With flashlights guiding the way during a power outage from a severe thunderstorm, the Eudora City Council approved bonds Monday night to help bring a new business to Eudora.
Uniting for the fund drive
September 14, 2000
In February 1998, a Eudora woman was crippled by a stroke. Laura Frye’s family found her in the fetal position in her Eudora home, unable to walk or talk. Luckily, she lived. But the hardest part was ahead of her.
Birth
September 14, 2000
Eudora friends, family remember a positive Kip Pittman
September 14, 2000
When Bob Sailler remembers his friend Kip Pittman, he recalls a great coach who was excellent with kids.
Mr. fix it
Rural Eudora doctor quits full-time medicine for tool belt
September 14, 2000
Peter Bock loves to fix things.