Archive for Thursday, April 19, 2001

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City open house honors its clerks
April 19, 2001
Eudora students and residents will soon get the chance to witness the inner workings of one local government office.
Dorothy M. Rader
April 19, 2001
Robert G. Lisenbee
April 19, 2001
Senior services agency expands transportation options
April 19, 2001
Eudora seniors will have more transportation options this fall with the help of the Douglas County Senior Services.
Answering a divine call
Local resident to become pastor after a decade of contemplation
April 19, 2001
After working with actors for 30 years, Eudora resident Piet Knetsch is now on stage with a more powerful director: God.
Bond issue on the line
April 19, 2001
If the phone starts ringing within the next few weeks, you might want to take the call. There’s a chance you may be asked to answer questions on how the Eudora Board of Education should cope with growth in Eudora’s schools.
Virginia Bryant Wilson
April 19, 2001
Ardith L. Rhodd
April 19, 2001
Freeland-Schreiner announce engagement
April 19, 2001
More than just a walk in park
April 19, 2001
Is there anything better than the arrival of spring?
Eudora should pave the way with beer, alcohol sales
Editorial
April 19, 2001
Continued development brings demands on our infrastructure. Roads, sewers and yes, new schools, must be paid for.
Garrett-Cook exchange vows
April 19, 2001
Baseball team splits with Wellsville
April 19, 2001
After weeks of indoor practices and rainouts, the Eudora High School baseball team finally got to play its third and fourth games of the season.
Gardening your way to better health
Summer and spring gardening projects provide whole-body workout
April 19, 2001
Let nature beautify your garden
April 19, 2001
Hostas add a little color to your yard
April 19, 2001
Days Gone By
April 19, 2001
All in a day’s work
Idaho retirement will end pastor’s nursing home ministry
April 19, 2001
When Lowell Weinacht enters Eudora Nursing Center, he’s greeted by smiles and words of welcome. As he makes his way through the halls of the building, he stops to share a word with residents and faculty, often bringing a smile to their day.
Eudora man pleads guilty to indecent liberty charges
April 19, 2001
A Eudora resident plead guilty to indecent liberty charges, stemming from two separate occasions in March.
Bulldogs put the bite on Lady Cardinals
April 19, 2001
Two Bulldogs got loose on the Cardinals last week with both Baldwin and Anderson County sweeping softball doubleheaders at EHS.
Cardinals perform for the home crowd
April 19, 2001
The Cardinal varsity track team was all smiles after Friday’s Eudora Invitational, Eudora’s first home track meet of the season.
Put your tax refund to work around the house
April 19, 2001
Board to consider soccer program
April 19, 2001
The Eudora Board of Education is kicking around the idea of adding soccer to the list of sports at Eudora High.