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Pinecrest news
July 4, 2001
Pilla Park may receive facelift
July 4, 2001
Even though the Bowling family doesn’t spend much time at Pilla Park, across from their Main Street home, the number of people who frequent the park amazes Tracy Bowling.
Longing for the old days of racin’
July 4, 2001
There is no more racin’ to be done these days in front of thousands of screaming fans and corporate executives. Unfortunately, the loss of racin’ leaves us with corporate motorsports, a multi-million dollar enterprise where the race represents more of a business event than an actual competition for the sport’s true fan base. At one point in time, racin’ was a highly contested sport of contact that was primarily based in, but not limited to, the South and the Midwest.
Cardinal football player hopes to leave a mark at SMC
July 4, 2001
For 2001 Eudora graduate Steve Krutz, becoming part of a building or a rebuilding football program is a welcomed challenge.
Cardinals reach quarterfinals in Gardner
July 4, 2001
The Eudora High School football team concluded their 7-on-7 football season with a strong showing at the Gardner 7-on-7 tournament Saturday at Gardner-Edgerton High School.
EHS hires new basketball coach
July 4, 2001
The Eudora High School boys basketball team will begin its 2001-02 season with a coach who has enjoyed success at the 4A level.
A ‘maze’ ing displays
July 4, 2001
Stock up on your favorite, most powerful allergy medicine, because two corn mazes in the Eudora area offer picturesque labyrinths just waiting to be discovered.
Open car windows make burglars take notice
July 4, 2001
When the temperature registers near the triple digits, some car owners may think leaving the windows rolled completely down is the best way to keep their Oldsmobile from turning into an oven when they’re gone.
Just put it on my card
July 4, 2001
I recently found out something about myself that has changed my entire outlook on life.
Conner off to a good start
July 4, 2001
Neis-Mathes exchange vows
July 4, 2001
Hunter Owen Neis
July 4, 2001
Roach murder suspect still without charges
July 4, 2001
Although the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office turned over evidence in last month’s shooting case near Linwood, County Attorney Frank Kohl said they didn’t have enough evidence to charge Charles Leach with a crime.
Community calendar
July 4, 2001
Avoid junk mail by telling banks, ‘no thanks’
July 4, 2001
Joyce Woodard doesn’t want you to throw out your junk mail this month.
City gears up for 2002 budget process
July 4, 2001
Between the streams of numbers and pages of charts of the proposed 2002 Eudora city budget lies potential for a rock wall at the cemetery, a city administrator, a new patrol car, and maybe a paved surface for Winchester Road.
Former resident arrested on arson charge
July 4, 2001
An arson investigation that lasted more than a year has led to the arrest of a former Eudora woman.
Board picks new principals
July 4, 2001
Eudora Middle School and Nottingham Elementary School have new principals slated for the upcoming school year.
Caution all leadfoots: traffic fines see increase
July 4, 2001
Speeding across K-10 may get drivers to Lawrence or Kansas City in half the time, but since Sunday, getting caught will cost speeders three times as much.