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A night to go out in style!
April 26, 2001
After weeks of tanning by some and planning and by others, the social event of the year for Eudora High is finally here.
Pinecrest resident gets rude awakening
April 26, 2001
Last Saturday started out as a typical night for Pinecrest resident Jim Snell, but that all changed shortly after he went to bed.
City council attempts to engineer deal with Taylor
Winchester Road also faces continued obstacles
April 26, 2001
The Eudora City Council is exploring the possibility of retaining City Engineer Matt Taylor on a part-time basis.
Commissioner outlines study of Oz financial plan
April 26, 2001
Annabeth Surbaugh has notified her fellow Johnson County Commissioners what she expects from a feasibility study of Oz Entertainment Co.’s financial plan.
EHS programs give hope for some students
April 26, 2001
Keri Brown is thankful for second chances.
A public forum worth attending
Editorial
April 26, 2001
April 20, 1999 was a day few people will ever forget.
PTO fund-raisers help support year-end bashes
April 26, 2001
Some students in Eudora’s schools will soon reap the rewards of two semesters of fund-raising through the local Parent Teacher Organization.
Conference helps students, parents prepare for future
April 26, 2001
Students have enough decisions to make come graduation time, be it entering the work force or choosing a vocational school, college or university.
Howard J. McDaniel
April 26, 2001
Fanny Fern Irwin
April 26, 2001
Fesmires to celebrate 60th
April 26, 2001
Laing-Mehojah announce engagement
April 26, 2001
Hickman has the hot bat
April 26, 2001
After feasting on Wellsville pitching, people were asking senior right fielder Betsy Hickman what she had eaten earlier that day.
Boys win at Perry Lecompton
April 26, 2001
The Eudora High School boys track team finished first with 151 points at a meet Tuesday night at Perry-Lecompton. The girls finished third with 111 points.
Cardinals swing for the fences, take home wins
April 26, 2001
Hitting seven homeruns in a doubleheader sounds impressive. The Eudora High School baseball team had to rely almost exclusively on those hits to pull off a pair of wins at Rossville last Thursday.
Cardinal softball team takes it down to the wire
April 26, 2001
It took nine runs and nine innings, but the Eudora softball team outlasted Wellsville last Thursday to claim its second victory of the season.
Poolside homework
Kansas City firm to examine, report on pool’s condition
April 26, 2001
A closer look at the Eudora city pool may help city officials decide if it’s sink or swim time for the facility.
Police pursuit turns up stolen vehicle
April 26, 2001
An early morning police chase in Eudora led to the recovery of a stolen vehicle, but a suspect remains at large.
Columbine administrator to speak with community
April 26, 2001
The phrase “school violence” has become commonplace in American society.
Parking woes
City looks to alleviate traffic congestion on busy streets
April 26, 2001
The Eudora City Council is working on a way to help keep traffic congestion on Eudora streets at a minimum.
Days Gone By
April 26, 2001
The smart way to ‘buy and hold’
April 26, 2001
Buy and hold.” You won’t see this phrase screaming out at you from the investment magazines or the multitudes of websites devoted to investing.
Baccalaureate tradition continues with graduation
April 26, 2001
Following years of tradition, the Ministerial Alliance will once again hold a baccalaureate service, giving departing seniors a final spiritual thought.
Another school year almost gone
April 26, 2001
Just in case you haven’t noticed, the sun is shining, the temperatures are warming, tolerance levels may be diminishing.
Samantha Evelyn Gregory
April 26, 2001
Eudora comes up short at Cardinal Relays
April 26, 2001
The Cardinal Relays didn’t go as well as Eudora’s track team would have liked, but there were some outstanding individual achievements.