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Consistency a problem for Cardinals
January 11, 2001
After a terrible first half, the Lady Cardinals would like to forget their 55-34 loss at Spring Hill on Tuesday.
Anderson County too much for short-handed Eudora girls
Knee injury puts senior leader Melanie Smith out indefinitely
January 11, 2001
Anderson County, ranked fourth in the state for Class 4A, executed two three-point plays in the first two minutes to set the tone for the Lady Cardinals’ 46-27 loss Friday night.
Births
January 11, 2001
Anniversaries
January 11, 2001
Eudora residents prove marriage can last a lifetime
Editorial
January 11, 2001
Over the past couple of weeks, four Eudora couples celebrated their 50th wedding anniversaries.
Christmas Tree Fund a success in 2000
January 11, 2001
After a year of fund-raising, the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund helped make this year an even whiter Christmas for some Eudora residents. Though contributions were down in 2000, Mayor Fred Stewart said he hopes this year will be even more productive.
Work to begin on new subdivision
January 11, 2001
Though the weather is cool and the ground is hard, construction on another housing development may soon begin thanks to action taken by the Eudora City Council.
One sweet business
January 11, 2001
Ruth Schneider is one business owner who has found you can have your cake and eat it too. But, she said, she prefers not to eat it.
New parks director hits the ground running
January 11, 2001
Eudora’s new recreation and parks director may have a full plate, but she’s ready to get to work.
Eudora band students among state’s best
January 11, 2001
Eudora High senior Brandon Moore has worked hard on his musical studies. He and two other seniors will soon find out if they’ve got what it takes to be part of a statewide band.
Science teacher goes out with a bang
January 11, 2001
After 34 years of teaching science, rural Eudoran Bill Dymacek is stepping down. However, he’s going out with a big bang.
Cardinal grapplers post wins in tournament, duals
January 11, 2001
It was a good week for Eudora High School wrestlers.
Cardinals come up big at home
Eudora boys defeat Anderson County for second win of season
January 11, 2001
In a third-quarter surge against Anderson County Friday night, the crowd watched as Eudora’s Matt Fisher shared the perfect Christmas present.
Eudora youth pleads no contest to shootings, assault accusations
January 11, 2001
A 14-year-old Eudora boy pled no contest to one count of juvenile felony aggravated assault against an 11-year-old Eudora boy. The youth was in court for his second appearance Friday.
Larson named Firefighter of the Year
January 11, 2001
A Eudora resident has received an award for routinely being cool during his trials by fire.
Deaths
January 11, 2001
A return to the good old days
January 11, 2001
Hey, how about them Sooners?
Days Gone By
January 11, 2001
No room to pass in EHS hallways
January 11, 2001
It’s 12:33 p.m., just after lunch, as Eudora High junior Shonna Warrington closes her locker and begins her short journey to class.
Stewart to seek re-election
January 11, 2001
Hoping for four more years of progress, Mayor Fred Stewart said he would seek re-election in April.