Archive for Thursday, April 5, 2001

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Spring cleaning includes community
Editorial
April 5, 2001
The warmer weather in the last week has helped our cabin fever as it looks like the six-month winter is loosening its grip on our fair city.
Margaret C. Thompson
April 5, 2001
Edmond P. Stroda Sr.
April 5, 2001
Melvin A. Morriss Sr.
April 5, 2001
Lance Cpl. David P. May
April 5, 2001
William “Connie” Flinn
April 5, 2001
Dina A. Elsner
April 5, 2001
One stitch at a time
April 5, 2001
Nearly 20 years ago, Eudora resident Marilyn Neis was searching for a hobby when a friend suggested she learn about the craft of cross-stitching. She followed that lead and before long, Neis was hooked.
Were city workers hired in violation of policy?
April 5, 2001
Two new employees at the Eudora wastewater treatment may have been hired in a violation of the city’s own hiring policy.
Christmas Tree Fund reaches high amount
April 5, 2001
Though Mayor Fred Stewart may have lost his battle for re-election at the polls, he continues to raise money for a special fund that helps needy families at Christmas.
Gymnast advances to regional competition
April 5, 2001
Melissa Fernandez has a habit of constantly striving for success.
Hitting the slopes
Group makes eighth trip for snowy spring break
April 5, 2001
While some like jetting off to places with sun and sand to celebrate their spring break, a group of Eudora residents have once again shown they’re not afraid to brave the cold for spring break.
Up and down start for the Eudora girls softball team
April 5, 2001
The Lady Cardinals lifted the lid on the softball season last Tuesday, splitting a double header at Pleasant Ridge.
Pitching coach strengthens Cardinal team
April 5, 2001
The key to winning baseball games is strong pitching. That’s the philosophy of Eudora baseball coach John Dunaway.
New mayor looks to unite council
April 5, 2001
Tuesday’s general election brought a change in Eudora’s top political position with the election of a new mayor.
Burkhardt, Woods elected to council
April 5, 2001
After the final tallies from Tuesday’s election were in, the two contested seats on the Eudora City Council were filled with one incumbent and one newcomer.
Snow-Fisher
April 5, 2001
Chrislip-Jubber
April 5, 2001
William G. Moorhead
April 5, 2001
Inspiration is anything but random
April 5, 2001
The idea was Jackie’s, actually. I wish I had thought of it, but you’ll get an idea of how egotistical I am shortly.
Days Gone By
April 5, 2001
Cardinal tracksters off to a strong start
Eudora boys take third at the Baldwin Invitational
April 5, 2001
Despite only two first-place finishes by the Eudora track team Friday night at Baldwin City, Eudora Coach Dave Durkin wasn’t disappointed.
Water plant tests results show Eudora’s supply is clean as a whistle
April 5, 2001
As Eudorans pull life-sustaining liquid from their faucets, they can rest assured their drinking water has met quality standards put forth by the government.
Board to make decision on school proposal next week
April 5, 2001
Principal Marty Kobza sees firsthand the stress that growth has put on Eudora High.