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Fireworks, music to kick off celebration
June 28, 2001
Wednesday evening will leave Eudorans seeing stars and stripes when fireworks explode in the sky and the community band plays at Eudora High School for Fourth of July festivities.
Things are heating up around Eudora
June 28, 2001
An egg may not fry on a sidewalk, but just about everything else seems to be sizzling from the heat waves rising from the pavement to the once-lush, green grass, now a crispy shade of burnt.
John H. Petefish
1942-2001
June 28, 2001
pinecrest news
June 28, 2001
Eudora company wins KDOC&H award
June 28, 2001
Splints and casts probably don’t conjure up happy feelings for anyone who’s worn them. Yet the bare essentials of bone breaks drew the state’s attention to a local business with worldwide connections.
Warren-McElwain one step closer to Eudora
June 28, 2001
A business begun 97 years ago in the back of a Main Street barber shop is a step closer to finding a home in Eudora. This time, the facilities better suit the nature of the business.
School Loyalty or State Pride?
June 28, 2001
Kansas is an exciting state for a college sports fan during the fall, winter and spring seasons. Sports can bring people together, transcend cultures and boundaries, and bring pride to a state. The only problem, however, is that out of the three Division one schools in our state, each dominates a different sport, which creates a dilemma. Should Kansans cheer for Wildcat football, Jayhawk basketball and Shocker baseball when each team is facing non-Kansas competition? Or, should they hope the other team fails miserably?
Eudora man pedals his way across Kansas
June 28, 2001
Stan Burnham of Eudora loves to discover different parts of the Sunflower State, but the 47-year-old Sprint employee also loves to ride his bicycle with friends.
Dear Editor
June 28, 2001
Eudora schools headed in the right direction
June 28, 2001
Things are moving quickly in the Eudora School District.
Anita Stadler
1899-2001
June 28, 2001
Virginia I. Stone
1910-2001
June 28, 2001
Dennis R. Newcomb
1941-2001
June 28, 2001
Ingeborg E. Nelson
1909-2001
June 28, 2001
Ethel G. Henderson
1904-2001
June 28, 2001
Donald L. Brewster
1936-2001
June 28, 2001
Engagement
June 28, 2001
Eudora youth baseball league victim of vandalism, theft of property
June 28, 2001
Eudora’s youth baseball fields certainly sees its share of foul balls, but earlier this month the facility witnessed something much more foul than a stray swing.
Community calendar
June 28, 2001
Mayor Conner announces plans for city’s developing future
June 28, 2001
Mayor Ron Conner’s State of the City speech last Thursday sounded something like a recipe.
Authorities still investigating shooting death, no charges filed
June 28, 2001
The Leavenworth County Attorney’s Office has not yet filed charges against Charles Leach, the Linwood man suspected in the June 11 shooting of his son-in-law from Eudora.
Survey examines smoking habits
June 28, 2001
They may not scrounge around the break room or the back door counting cigarette butts or ask to smell employees breath, but the Douglas County Community Health Improvement Project wants to know whether and how often employers are letting their workers smoke.
Make this Fourth of July special
June 28, 2001
I want to take time to thank The Eudora News and The Lawrence Journal-World for their coverage concerning Eudora’s campaign on behalf of Old Glory. Truly, “the pen is mightier than the sword.”
Birth
June 28, 2001
Flying high
June 28, 2001
Eudora resident Tom Taylor worked as a Ford mechanic in Lawrence until he realized the sky was the limit literally.