Archive for Thursday, May 3, 2001

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Festival to help fund search for 6-year-old
May 3, 2001
EHS art students vie for awards
May 3, 2001
As Eudora High junior Jayme Martin flipped through a Rolling Stone Magazine recently, an advertisement for sunglasses caught her attention. The second-year art student replicated the ad’s centerpiece a middle-aged man with twisted sunglasses and off-the-wall earrings.
The original environmentalists
Despite opinion of some, farmers respect the land, water and air
May 3, 2001
I am a sixth-generation farmer here in Douglas County. My generation of agriculture producers is more aware than ever of environmental challenges and concerns.
Council should make decision, get on with it
Editorial
May 3, 2001
The Eudora City Council recently identified a problem on Eudora’s streets.
Senior class trip a Eudora tradition
May 3, 2001
If history is any indication, faculty and sponsors will have as good a time as the students they accompany on this year’s Eudora High senior trip.
Edwin and Rose Peterson
May 3, 2001
Eunice P. Smith
May 3, 2001
Prescott A. Ripley
May 3, 2001
Norman B. Hjersted
May 3, 2001
Edward R. Deckwa
May 3, 2001
Cardinals in need of a win
May 3, 2001
Losing two games to Paola Tuesday night was not what the Eudora High School baseball team expected.
EHS track team riding the wave of success
May 3, 2001
Things just keep getting better for the Eudora High School track team.
Vietnam war hero honored after 33-year wait
May 3, 2001
Russell Haun is a patient man. After a 33-year wait, Haun has received recognition for injuries received while serving his country.
Eudora woman recovering from head-on collision
May 3, 2001
A Eudora woman said she was lucky to be alive after an automobile accident last Friday that left her bruised and battered.
Delinquent winter gas bills come due
May 3, 2001
Customers who have been delinquent on their winter natural gas bills now risk disconnection, but payment plans are still available.
Chess teams go to SuperNationals
May 3, 2001
Eudora was one of 500 cities represented at the US Chess Federation’s “Battle of the Minds” SuperNationals II held at Bartle Hall in Kansas City over the weekend.
Days Gone By
May 3, 2001
Smith keeps team on track, opponents off balance
May 3, 2001
With two splits this week, the Eudora High School softball team moved to 5-9 on the season.
Columbine district official brings message to Eudora
May 3, 2001
Richard Veech said violent trends indicate that no school is immune from a crisis situation. With that in mind, he is spreading the word to communities on how to take proactive and reactive approaches to school catastrophes.