Archive for Thursday, June 21, 2001

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Community calendar
June 21, 2001
Lola B. Church
1920-2001
June 21, 2001
eudora police
June 21, 2001
Nursing homes more than just long-term care
June 21, 2001
Patricia Maben practices what she preaches.
Veteran people watchers keep close eye on city’s changing face
June 21, 2001
Jack Howard may be as much a part of downtown Eudora’s landscape as the buildings he’s been sitting in front of every morning for the past few years. At 82, Howard said spending time with friends on the bench outside Eudora Relics, 710 Main Street, is one of the few relaxing activities he is still able to enjoy.
Sun lovers beware! Skin cancer a very real danger
June 21, 2001
When Cristal Barnes ran a Florida marathon in January she knew her skin, accustomed to the Kansas winter, wasn’t ready to handle the semi-tropical sun.
Co-workers remember slain friend
Father-in-law released, no charges filed
June 21, 2001
As they look across the street, Cole and Gensler remark that the framing, which should be a four-day job, is taking much longer without Roach and his crew.
Pinecrest news
June 21, 2001
Board examining ways to keep Eudora schools safe
June 21, 2001
For many teenagers, the telephone is social glue, a way to find out who’s doing what with whom this weekend.
Wastewater plant receives top state honors
June 21, 2001
Sure, it may smell a little funny. It may look a little strange. To the layperson, it’s a sewer.
The thrill of the hunt
Early birds get the goods with annual city-wide garage sale
June 21, 2001
The sun still hung low in the sky, but by 7 a.m. bargains awaited early-risers who hit the community-wide garage sale Saturday.
Eudora Middle School students pushing their own weight
June 21, 2001
The future strength of Eudora High School sports teams is being developed on weekday mornings this summer.
A family that plays together…
June 21, 2001
By 6:30 p.m., the commuter traffic clears off K-10, the evening newscast wraps up, and the daylight-saving sun starts to show signs of resigning to nightfall.
Going to the chapel
Local retailers busy with matrimonial month
June 21, 2001
Around this time of year many people may find themselves discovering invitation after invitation in the mailbox, spending lots of time looking at gift registries and pulling out those mothball-smelling dress clothes they pray still fit.
Infant in fair condition after traffic accident
June 21, 2001
An infant girl was in fair condition Monday after a June 12 traffic accident on K-10 that ejected her from the automobile.
A sure sign of dishonesty
June 21, 2001
Welcome to Eudora, home of 6,300 people give or take a couple thousand.
Braeden Cooper Herron
June 21, 2001
Donald R. Kurtz
1926-2001
June 21, 2001
Taking what they’re given
Some Eudora High students trade school work for summertime labor
June 21, 2001
While summertime may mean shedding sweaters and long sleeves, many Eudora High students say it doesn’t mean shedding responsibilities. In fact, it is common to find students who have traded in their academic obligations for working-world duties. The reason for sacrificing their time is generally agreed upon; summer fun requires summer funds.
Days Gone By
June 21, 2001
Four Eudora faculty members vie for principal vacancies
Interviews slated for the end of the month
June 21, 2001
Several USD 491 employees applied for vacancies left by Nottingham Elementary School Principal Tom Jerome and middle school Principal Dale Sample, who said he planned to accept the principal position at the High School.
Double clicking your way to a social life
June 21, 2001
Imagine this: you want to meet one of your friends at a cafor some coffee and chatting. Once you get there, you sip on the coffee and talk to your friend from the other side of the restaurant on an electronic messenger that gives no sign of tone or body language.