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Days Gone By
April 12, 2001
Grilled at the steak
A welder by trade, rural Eudora resident Don Land makes a mean smoker
April 12, 2001
As warm weather quickly approaches, Eudora residents are gearing up for summer gatherings and cookouts.
Economy, ecology interest group searching for land
April 12, 2001
A Lawrence-Douglas County group has asked Eudora residents for help in finding land for future industrial park use.
NHS names new members
April 12, 2001
Eighteen Eudora High students entered the National Honor Society last Thursday, receiving recognition for their academic and leadership achievements.
City engineer steps down
April 12, 2001
After more than two years as Eudora’s city engineer, Matt Taylor is stepping down from his position.
Recognizing life’s true winners
April 12, 2001
I want to share with you a story that is moving in many ways. It says a lot about our own children as they strive for success in a world that is throwing them many curve balls.
Plan now for Eudora’s future
Editorial
April 12, 2001
Ron Conner was sworn in as Eudora’s new mayor at the city council meeting on Monday.
Some tax filers paying off debts, preparers say
April 12, 2001
On Monday, the deadline will be up for Americans to file their income tax with the Internal Revenue Service. Some local accountants say some clients who receive money back from the government are planning on spending their returns on more than frivolous things.
Cardinal Regiment spends spring break with old big ears
April 12, 2001
Though the Eudora High Cardinal Regiment spent its spring break in the chad-home state of Florida, band director Rob Foster said the trip was a success and the kids were all right.
Wilbur R. Marckley
April 12, 2001
Raymond C. Ford
April 12, 2001
LeRoy E. Edgerton
April 12, 2001
Harold H. Bailey
April 12, 2001
Eudora Middle School track teams perform well at McLouth meet
April 12, 2001
The Eudora Middle School track teams traveled to McLouth for a track meet April 5.
Heitzman continues winning ways
April 12, 2001
Eudora’s Paul Heitzman added to his long list of accomplishments as he won the Masters National Championship 5K race in Carlsbad, Calif. on April 1.
Lemmons-Wohlgemuth engagement announced
April 12, 2001
Child injured in accident
April 12, 2001
An eight-year-old Eudora boy is in the hospital after being run over by a dune buggy.
Rainy weather causes several cancellations, reschedulings
April 12, 2001
Draft day gives young players chance to show off their skills
April 12, 2001
Brothers Kelly Latshaw and Adam Graff are ready to play ball.
Cardinal track team shines in first meet
April 12, 2001
Eudora’s freshmen/sophomore boys track team ran away with five first-place finishes Monday at DeSoto.
Bowser chases school record
April 12, 2001
Breaking a couple of school track records this season may be more obtainable than it sounds for Eudora junior Josh Bowser.
Stewart presides over final meeting
April 12, 2001
Residents witnessed the changing of the guard at the Eudora City Council meeting Monday night, as Mayor Fred Stewart handled old business and then passed the gavel to newly-elected Mayor Ron Conner.
Stewart completes term, Connor sworn in as new mayor
April 12, 2001
The Eudora City Council made the hiring of two workers to help operate the city’s wastewater treatment plant official Monday night.
Election marks second time around for Clark
April 12, 2001
Turnabout is fair play for new Eudora School Board member Brenda Clark.
Riding the victory train
April 12, 2001
One day as Tod Demuth was changing the diaper of his 21-month-old son Levi, he found a lump on his child’s right side.
Gilded Cage search halts alleged gambling
April 12, 2001
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department last week broke up an alleged gambling operation at The Gilded Gage, a bar and grill just outside Eudora city limits on the east edge of town.
Floy E. McCoy
April 12, 2001
Ira Gayler
April 12, 2001