Archive for Thursday, January 18, 2001

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Eudora wrestlers find tough competition in Basehor
January 18, 2001
The Eudora High School wrestling team didn’t come away from last week’s tournament in Basehor with many medals, but team members did gain some valuable experience.
Cardinals take one from Lansing
January 18, 2001
The important thing is the Cardinals found a way to win Monday after losing four games by five points or less this season.
Kracl shines in Cardinal win
January 18, 2001
With 21 of Eudora’s 49 game points, freshman Lauren Kracl led the Lady Cardinals to a 49-48 win over Louisburg Tuesday.
Hinman easing into leading role
January 18, 2001
Winning isn’t everything, but when is comes to basketball that’s what Wes Hinman loves most.
Nottingham students, faculty celebrate school’s namesake
January 18, 2001
Students and faculty at Nottingham Elementary are celebrating the heritage of the school’s namesake this week in a fun way.
Eudora students fare well overall in state assessment
January 18, 2001
The state report cards are in for Eudora’s schools, reflecting well on its schools and their teaching methods. However, there is always room for improvement.
Just another day at the office
January 18, 2001
Those who have seen me hobbling around know that I’m among the victims of the return of real winter to the Plains.
A cause worthy of our support
Editorial
January 18, 2001
This spring, Douglas County Habitat for Humanity will build its first house in Eudora.
Deaths
January 18, 2001
More file for election
January 18, 2001
Beverly Keorner wants to see more females in leadership positions at the city level so she’s doing something about it the Eudora resident is running for a seat on the Eudora City Council.
Local artist to host first solo showcase
January 18, 2001
Eudora’s Granny B is at it again, painting her way into a one-woman show to be held in Lawrence.
Natural gas prices up 51 percent
January 18, 2001
Francis and Bernice Born are waging war against the high cost of natural gas prices within their own home. The couple uses their wood-burning fireplace to heat their house. Fortunately for the Borns, their alternate heating method has kept their heating costs low so much their gas-burning furnace rarely came on during December.
Birth
January 18, 2001
Wedding
Fernandez-Klinedinst exchange vows
January 18, 2001
Habitat for Humanity fund-rasiers underway
January 18, 2001
Local volunteers are cooking up some fun-filled activities to raise money for a Habitat for Humanity house to be constructed soon.
A house of history
Pilla House a link to Eudora’s past
January 18, 2001
Sitting at the top of a hill at 615 Elm St., one house holds a doorway to Eudora’s past.