Archive for Thursday, February 8, 2001

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Forum helps school board collect input
February 8, 2001
The Eudora School Board went straight to the source Thursday night in its search for information on the best way to solve the district’s growing problem of overcrowded schools.
Lady Cardinals walk over Osawatomie
February 8, 2001
The Eudora girls basketball team dominated Osawatomie in the first half Friday night in the Lady Trojans home territory.
Cardinal wrestlers continue to dominate
Eudora wins Immaculata Invitational with outstanding performances by all
February 8, 2001
Eudora High School wrestling Coach Ron Abel enjoyed a “first” Saturday at Immaculata’s Invitational.
Sewer interceptor line to alleviate Eudora nfrastructure strain, provide for expansion
February 8, 2001
A new addition to Eudora’s underbelly will help alleviate some strain to the city’s wastewater system and help pave the way for future expansion.
Traveling duo to lend helping hand in Vietnam
February 8, 2001
Two local women will soon get a chance to see the world while doing something good for their fellow man.
Crystal-clear creations
Eudora man colors his world with stained glass creations
February 8, 2001
Chuck Harris views the world through many different colors. Most of which he shapes with his hands and a few tools in the basement of his Eudora home.
Children’s needs should be our top priority
Letter to the Editor
February 8, 2001
Remember loved ones on Valentine’s Day
February 8, 2001
Americans love holidays.
Firefighters go above and beyond
Editorial
February 8, 2001
If you live in the area of Ninth and Pine streets, you may have noticed some extra activity in your neighborhood Saturday morning.
Wedding
February 8, 2001
Births
February 8, 2001
Success can come in leaps and bounds
Eudora gymnast advances two levels in training
February 8, 2001
A Eudora youth is moving up in the gymnastic world by leaps and bounds, springboarding her way to a promising future.
Homestead refund an option for some
February 8, 2001
Property values in northeast Kansas have risen rapidly in the past few years, leaving many of the area’s older residents struggling to keep up.
Time to Consider Investment Strategies?
February 8, 2001
The earlier you start investing, the better. Putting time on your side clearly gives your money a better chance to grow. So, what do you do if you’re in your 30s and you haven’t done much saving or investing? Are you already doomed to struggle during your retirement years?
More people filing taxes electronically
February 8, 2001
As the April 15 tax deadline approaches, thousands of Kansas residents will be flocking to their computers instead of their mailboxes.
Hot for teaching
Firefighters turn classroom training into field experience
February 8, 2001
Eudora firefighters working at the scene of a house fire got some hands-on training on Saturday. Fortunately, the incident was staged to train local firefighters in proper techniques of fire and rescue.
Eudora boys let a close one slip away
February 8, 2001
The Eudora boys basketball team couldn’t stand tough Friday night, letting Osawatomie gain the upper-hand early, setting the pace of the game.
Deaths
February 8, 2001
Four residents vie for council seats
February 8, 2001
Four residents have filed for the two Eudora City Council seats that will be vacant when the terms of council members Pat Dardis and Rex Burkhardt come to an end this year.