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Parents, educators share common goal to make a difference
May 10, 2001
Days Gone By
May 10, 2001
Completion of Winchester Road on schedule, rests in hands of residents
May 10, 2001
The city of Eudora continues to wrestle with obstacles on its way to paving Winchester Road and officials hope residents who will benefit most from the road will be willing to help.
Othal O. Wiley, Eva G. Wiley
May 10, 2001
Lula M. Snider
May 10, 2001
Katherine M. Rusco
May 10, 2001
Marcia A. Mills
May 10, 2001
Norman B. Hjersted
May 10, 2001
Joe Edler
May 10, 2001
Troy Joseph Watts
May 10, 2001
Great forum, disappointing turnout
May 10, 2001
Residents should share responsibility for Winchester Road
Editorial
May 10, 2001
For months, residents have come to the Eudora City council, complaining about the condition of Winchester Road. Among the many problems created by the gravel road is dust no doubt a source of aggravation for nearby residents.
Cardinals take fourth in Wellsville
May 10, 2001
The Eudora High School track team took a step back Friday at the Redbud Classic in Wellsville.
EHS baseball team looking strong as post season approaches
May 10, 2001
With a win over Louisburg Tuesday night, the Eudora High School baseball team is focused and hoping to earn a high seed for regionals starting next week.
Costly week for EHS softball team
May 10, 2001
Close doesn’t count in softball.
Cardinals moving into the backstretch
EHS track team prepares for league meet
May 10, 2001
Eudora High School track coach Dave Durkin said his team would have to turn things around before Thursday’s Frontier League meet at Gardner. He said he has every ounce of confidence that it can.
Just in time for Mother’s Day
Nottingham Elementary School experiences baby boom
May 10, 2001
At first glance, it may appear as though there’s something in the water at Nottingham Elementary.
Eudora high: Students suspended for drugs
May 10, 2001
Four Eudora High students have been suspended within the last week for allegedly possessing marijuana.
Community forum touts partnerships
May 10, 2001
Drawing from his experience as both a father and a school administrator, Richard Veech addressed the Eudora community about the Columbine tragedy and the community’s role in crisis situations.
Schools, agencies discuss crisis plan
May 10, 2001
Eudora High Principal Marty Kobza said he was happy with the communication between EHS and local law enforcement, but after last Friday, he said, the ties are even stronger.
Local childcare providers find strength in working together
May 10, 2001
A group of local daycare providers is working to form a network of childcare providers within Eudora.
Taking on the township
May 10, 2001
Debbie Peterson said she’s hit a roadblock in dealing with the Eudora Township and she’s fed up.
KDOT studies Eudora traffic
May 10, 2001
The Kansas Department of Transportation recently paid a visit to Eudora, collecting data of city and rural roads.
Moving Vietnam Wall Memorial coming to De Soto
May 10, 2001
The Moving Vietnam Wall Memorial will come to De Soto’s Miller Park for a week this October.
Citizens fight crime without guns
May 10, 2001
Two rural Eudora residents are educating others that crime doesn’t pay but helping catch criminals does.
Commissioners deny duplex development
May 10, 2001
Mary Ann Stewart hopes to build some type of residential dwelling in Eudora, but action taken by the Eudora Planning and Zoning Commission may restrict her options.
The fruits of hard labor
Vineyard produces award-winning wine
May 10, 2001
At the start of typical day at Davenport Orchards and Vineyards, owner Greg Shipe begins working in his field at sunrise. He makes his way down 25 rows of grapes, each row stretching one-quarter of a mile, spraying his crops to battle disease and the always-hungry bird looking for a free meal.
Abel is flying high, breaking records
May 10, 2001
Not all great athletes are tall. Five-foot-one-inch Brandi Abel is proof of that. She has proven it by consistently placing in the top three in the triple jump and long jump at Eudora High School track meets this season.
School jobs in limbo?
Board president calls Winans’ visit with staff premature
May 10, 2001
Superintendent Dave Winans’ annual evaluation couldn’t have fallen on a worse week.