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Traffic count aids growth planning
July 12, 2001
The black hoses stretched across Eudora area roads aren’t worth swerving for. In fact, the Kansas Department of Transportation wants Eudora drivers to squash the hoses, which give the department an idea of how often roads are used.
Eudora’s own little leaguers take top winnings
July 12, 2001
It was all Eudora at this weekend’s Big 4, 11-12-year-old baseball tournament.
A garden of creativity
July 12, 2001
Flowers, fish, ponds and various decorations can be found within a full sun garden on Roberta and Gary Malburg’s 25-acre property north of Eudora. The Malburgs began working on the garden only four years ago, but they have been committed to adding on to their outdoor hobby during that time.
Letter to the Editor
July 12, 2001
Time for a Eudora city administrator
July 12, 2001
Establishing a city budget is a game of priorities.
clarifications/corrections
July 12, 2001
Holmes-Dockery exchange vows
July 12, 2001
Sara Elizabeth Holmes, Halstead, and Jason William Dockery, Fort Smith, Ark., were married Saturday, June 16, 2001, at Emporia Avenue Church of Christ, Wichita, with Mark Haas officiating.
Community calendar
July 12, 2001
… and approves budget cuts
July 12, 2001
City officials refined the proposed budget at a second study session after the city council meeting Monday.
Board tackles district growth
July 12, 2001
Nottingham Elementary students looking for the computer lab need look no further than the commons area. In fact, their classroom might just be in the room that used to be the computer lab.
pinecrest news
July 12, 2001
Beebe: Enthusiastic about recreation programs
July 12, 2001
Eudora Parks and Recreation Director Dianna Beebe’s job is to look at potential programs and decide how they fit into the larger plan of Eudora.
Stein hopes to make some noise
July 12, 2001
Large crowds and fundamentally sound basketball teams have been the trademark of new Eudora High School boys basketball coach Scott Stein.
Parenthood easy when you realize who’s the boss (not Tony Danza)
July 12, 2001
My parents, (publisher) Dan and Heidi Simon, have allowed me a little time on the computer while they try to get some sleep. Kids are incredibly advanced these days; so don’t be surprised to see this column written by a two-week old baby.
Council considers new staff positions
July 12, 2001
Gerald Cooper includes helping the city council sleep at night a part of his job description.
Baptism by fire
New Eudora pastor hits the ground running
July 12, 2001
The Rev. Jeff Shepardson spent his first two days in Eudora in a whirlwind. Eudora United Methodist Church’s new pastor drove up from Pittsburg, Kan., after performing a 7 p.m. wedding. Shepardson was up at 6 a.m. Sunday to prepare for his first services with his new congregation.