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William R. Wilson
1923-2001
June 14, 2001
Lena M. Deonier
1905-2001
June 14, 2001
Frances J. Mee Stephenson
1923-2001
June 14, 2001
School board looking to ‘adopt’ books
June 14, 2001
Empty shelves at Eudora elementary schools may soon fill with books “adopted” by community members.
Hitting and running with the big boys
June 14, 2001
Aspiring Eudora baseball and softball players have received some instruction this week during the Hit and Run Cardinal Baseball Camp led by EHS baseball coach John Dunaway.
Rain, rain go away
Bad weather creates little league scheduling woes
June 14, 2001
A week of sunshine has dried out Eudora baseball fields saturated with water, but the Eudora Area Baseball Association now has another problem on its hands: rescheduling cancelled games.
Harris tough in border war all-star game
June 14, 2001
Kansas won the border war with Missouri in the Mo-Kan Football Classic last Thursday in Olathe, but Olathe North’s Darren Sproles took care of most of the battles. Well, they were more like massacres.
Jerome leaves Nottingham after 34 years
June 14, 2001
The children and staff at Nottingham Elementary School will have another new name to learn next August when school commences. After 34 years as principal, Tom Jerome’s retirement begins in July, and a new principal will take his place.
Relay for Life: Teamwork today saves lives tomorrow
June 14, 2001
Hundreds of people filled the Eudora High School football stadium Friday night, but they were not there to watch a football game. They were there to honor those who lost their battles with cancer and celebrate its survivors at the fourth annual Relay for Life Friday night at Laws Field.
Eudora man shot, killed in Leavenworth County
June 14, 2001
Leavenworth County officials are continuing to investigate the possibly-homicidal shooting death of a 38-year-old Eudora man.
High gas prices may fuel thefts at the pump
June 14, 2001
Most people complain about paying high gasoline prices, but some drivers opt not to pay at all.
Seven decades later, love still fills home
June 14, 2001
When Thell Dean married Beaulah Yother in 1931, there was no Cinderella gown, no limousine and no “Macarena”-playing disc jockey But frills have never been a part of the Deans’ married life, which will culminate Wednesday with their 70th anniversary. Although they don’t have any big plans, the Deans expect family and friends to visit.
Volunteers driving force behind new Eudora baseball league
June 14, 2001
The summer sounds of cracking bats, cheering parents and umpires’ calls may be a little louder and more frequent this season and in the future, thanks to changes in the Eudora Amateur Baseball Association.
Routine pin pricks nothing to fear
June 14, 2001
Not even the freedom of summer immunizes children against the periodical pin prick of an inoculation. The Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department was on hand Friday to administer childhood immunization shots.
Chamber, city continue quest
June 14, 2001
Lucas expanded its grassroots museum to twice the original size. In Lincoln, residents can catch a movie at a renovated old-time movie house. The line outside Bichelmeyer’s restaurant in Tonganoxie sometimes stretches out across the sidewalk on a Saturday night.
Commission sets date for comprehensive plan meeting
June 14, 2001
The Eudora City Planning Commission chose July 10 as the evening to reveal the city’s long-term future to community members at a meeting Wednesday, June 6.
Thank you for a record-setting relay
June 14, 2001
Congratulations, Eudora, you the community have done it yet again. You have reached into your souls and deep into your pockets to make the Fourth Annual Relay for Life the greatest ever. Where to begin and how to thank all of you is now the challenge.
Time for Eudora residents to Rally ‘Round the Flag
June 14, 2001
Eudora residents, get out your flags.
Ashley Dawn Miller
June 14, 2001
Ayler-Harris exchange vows
June 14, 2001
Community Calendar
June 14, 2001
School notes
June 14, 2001
Council holds off changing signs at Eudora’s entrances
Despite census results, no action taken for change
June 14, 2001
The signs drivers see when entering Eudora optimistically proclaim Eudora’s population is “6,300 and growing.” But the 2000 census shows that the brightly-colored signs may be a little too optimistic.
Marie Arnett
1922-2001
June 14, 2001
Kobza made official
June 14, 2001
After serving as acting superintendent for several weeks, Marty Kobza’s position will become official.