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Virginia Bryant Wilson
1952-2001
June 7, 2001
Massey’s flea market closing shop in July
June 7, 2001
After three years of selling antiques in Eudora’s downtown business district, Leland Massey is closing up shop.
Eudora West Elementary honor roll students
June 7, 2001
Days Gone By
June 7, 2001
Couple celebrates 70 years together
June 7, 2001
Martha B. Seiwald
1904-2001
June 7, 2001
Bobby G. Roberts
1931-2001
June 7, 2001
Lee-Audus engagement announced
June 7, 2001
Heavy rains damage crops: more on the way
June 7, 2001
Whether driving west on 1500 Road toward Lawrence or looking across southern fields near the county line, the scene is pretty much the same soggy.
James Thomas Riddle
June 7, 2001
EHS Cards win two games in football tourney
June 7, 2001
The Eudora High School varsity football team claimed two victories over the junior varsity squads from powerhouse football programs at the seven-on-seven touch football tournament Saturday in Lawrence.
Living the wild life
June 7, 2001
Upon stepping through the doors of Operation Wildlife (OWL), the odor of wild animals greets visitors. Deeper in the building, director Diane Johnson and facilities manager Laurie Doud feed two young babies with bottles in hand.
Eudora Middle School names fourth quarter honor roll recipients
June 7, 2001
EHS honor roll students named
June 7, 2001
Seventh-graders contribute to leadership food drive
June 7, 2001
Seventh-graders at Eudora Middle School showed eighth-graders that they could contribute more canned goods during a school food drive May 7-11.
Residents encouraged
June 7, 2001
The water waits at 70 degrees, even though the outside temperature hovers closer to 60. The public pool is ready for kids and adults alike to sharpen their swimming skills and get in shape for summer, even if the thermometer isn’t.
Interview could make Kobza official
June 7, 2001
The Eudora Board of Education will hold an interview Thursday for the superintendent vacancy that may lead to a job title change and district-wide responsibility for Marty Kobza.
Humanitarian trip educates travelers
Friends say freedom is more appreciated
June 7, 2001
After spending two weeks in Vietnam on a humanitarian mission, Ellen Bartz and Linda Bock say they are more appreciative of their freedom.
Alumni association’s annual banquet reunites old friends
June 7, 2001
For many people, the least-expected place to see a high school graduate is back in high school. But for graduates whose cap and gown days are decades behind them, gathering at their alma mater was cause for celebration.
Eshbaugh ties loose ends as clock runs down to career
June 7, 2001
Chad Eshbaugh will have a new residence coaching basketball at Topeka West next season, but the former Eudora High basketball coach is trying to leave the program spotless for the next Cardinal occupant.
Chamber, city advances on downtown upgrade
June 7, 2001
The Eudora Chamber of Commerce is working with the city in an effort to give downtown businesses a facelift that could breathe new life into the local economy.
Principal looks back at school year
June 7, 2001
We have all come to realize that throughout our lives, there are changes. Sometimes these changes are good and sometimes they aren’t. It is like dwelling in the past and remembering “them good old days.” As much as I hate to say this, I can remember my parents telling me about back when. In fact, I have reflected on my past much to my children’s delight. Their reaction is the same as yours, who cares, which is the point.
Relay for Life more than just laps around track
June 7, 2001
Hundreds of miles will be logged at the Eudora High School track Friday night and Saturday morning as residents, seemingly going nowhere, walk laps around the football field, seemingly going nowhere.
Ain’t Love Grand?
Boy with cancer thrives with grandparents’ support
June 7, 2001
According to Mary Ann Nicolay, being a grandparent has its share of responsibilities. Playing at the park, trekking to the pool and going fishing are some of the activities she and her grandson enjoy together. However, three years ago, Mary Ann Nicolay had to put those things aside for a moment and give support to her grandson who was diagnosed with cancer.
Carsyn Elizabeth Harris
June 7, 2001
Relay keeps cancer fight up all night
June 7, 2001
For people who haven’t had a chance to break in their New Balance or Nike walking shoes, Friday night might be the right opportunity with the Eudora Relay for Life.
Despite no soccer at EHS, Jones signs on to Baker team
June 7, 2001
Eudora’s Carolyn Jones will play soccer at Baker in the fall without ever putting on a high school uniform.