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Down and out Down Under
September 28, 2000
Call me unpatriotic (I’ve been called worse, believe me), but I am thoroughly bored with these Summer Olympics that some lunkhead mistakenly scheduled in late September.
Cards take seventh in Tonganoxie
September 28, 2000
Sean Mullis finished 21st as the Eudora High cross country team managed a seventh-place finish at last Thursday’s invitational meet in Tonganoxie.
Home cooking doesn’t agree with Cardinals
September 28, 2000
The Eudora Cardinals hosted their first volleyball match of the season Tuesday night, but their homecoming wasn’t nearly as successful as they hoped.
Stopping the herd
Unbeaten Buffs bring solid ground game to Eudora
September 28, 2000
One half was all it took for the Cardinals to blow by the Broncos last week, but they’ll need to put together a complete, near-perfect game this week against undefeated Prairie View.
City seeks recreation commissioner
September 28, 2000
The Eudora Parks and Recreation Commission will be searching for a full-time director, thanks to action taken by the Eudora City Council.
Local artist learned brushstrokes after stroke
September 28, 2000
Bev “Granny B” Willis loves to paint her heart out. Every day, she picks up a brush and paints something, as big as a canvas painting or as small as jewelry. Ten years ago her ability hadn’t taken form, a talent she attributes to her breakthrough after having a stroke in 1989.
Eudora man found dead at construction site
September 28, 2000
A rural Eudora man was found dead Sunday at a construction site from natural causes, Eudora police said.
Fourth annual EudoraFest set for next weekend
September 28, 2000
The fourth annual EudoraFest kicks off Oct. 7. Organizers and participants are hoping this year’s festivities will bring fun for the whole community.
Dorothy Novacky
September 28, 2000
Ada Kane
September 28, 2000
Clara M. Harris
September 28, 2000
Fred L. Davis
September 28, 2000
Roger Alan Borland
September 28, 2000
Neis-Knipp announce engagement
September 28, 2000
A tip of the hat
To the editor:
September 28, 2000
Don’t dump it here
To the editor:
September 28, 2000
Enrollment figure snafu wasn’t good for perception
Editorial
September 28, 2000
News last week that enrollment projections in Eudora fell off the mark should not be the reason for widespread panic, but it should cause school district officials to take a closer look at how these projections are calculated.
Eudora farmers weigh pros, cons of almanac
September 28, 2000
It’s time for the harvest in Eudora. Farmers are bringing in crops, hoping the summer’s heat hasn’t caused too much loss. Some are getting cattle ready for the slaughter. Each farmer has a technique for producing the best yield some were raised with family traditions, some use the Internet to check forecasts. Others use another method, the Old Farmer’s Almanac. But Eudorans are using this method less frequently.
Marilyn K. Bland
September 28, 2000
A year for himself
September 28, 2000
When Stephan Speicher decided to come to America with the foreign exchange program, he knew he’d be giving up a year of his life.
District looks for budget options
September 28, 2000
Lela Morley has a hard time grasping how school taxes can increase. At 79, she and her husband haven’t had children in the school district for some time, but still pay taxes.
Proposed mobile home park public hearing next Wednesday
September 28, 2000
The Eudora Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday regarding a proposed manufactured home park in west Eudora. However, some Eudora residents are promising the annexation and rezoning request will be met with fierce opposition.