Archive for Thursday, May 31, 2001

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Norman B. Hjersted
1922-2001
May 31, 2001
EHS students to learn of politics
May 31, 2001
Estelle Montgomery has a healthy interest in politics.
Library flips pages with reading program
May 31, 2001
Eudora elementary and junior high school students can take a summer road trip without leaving the city limits.
Community band looks for notable musicians
May 31, 2001
Eudora Community Band director Rob Foster said he wants to make music an essential part of the city’s summertime culture.
Council votes against duplex proposal
May 31, 2001
Mary Ann Stewart’s last chance at building a complex of duplexes was shot down on Tuesday by the Eudora City Council.
Barnett selected to coach Metro Classic
May 31, 2001
The guy calling the shots for the Kansas team in the Metro Classic this year won’t be a veteran coach from a directional school in the Blue Valley, Olathe or Shawnee Mission District.
EHS basketball coach returns to Topeka
May 31, 2001
Tough school year comes to an end
May 31, 2001
The Eudora News at your doorstep
May 31, 2001
Next Thursday morning you’re going to have a guest waiting for you at your home. It’s not going to be Aunt Millie visiting from Mount Pilot, although her wonderful coffee cake is always a welcome guest. And it won’t be the IRS finally catching up to your creative deductions of your 26 children (this doesn’t apply to the Fulks family).
Paul E. Guthrie
1938-2001
May 31, 2001
A long road to graduation day
Veteran gets honorary diploma after nearly 60 years
May 31, 2001
For Paul Born, Memorial Day represented something a little more special this year. Nearly 60 years after being drafted, the World War II and Korean War veteran received his high school diploma from Eudora High and a standing ovation from graduation attendees on Sunday.
Grads start new beginning
May 31, 2001
Sixty-seven Eudora seniors said goodbye on Sunday and headed off into uncharted territory with the passing of graduation 2001.
Colton Raye Shrum
May 31, 2001
Colton Raye Shrum
Brooke fights as Relay for Life nears
May 31, 2001
No one can accuse Brooke O’Grady of not living her life to the fullest. Though the 15-year-old continues her battle with cancer, she managed to make it to another goal she lived to see her brother, Trevor, graduate from Eudora High on Sunday.
Relay team, Slavin take fifth at state
May 31, 2001
To steal the classic sports line “records are made to be broken” would be easy, but for the Eudora boys’ 4x400-meter relay team, it was anything but easy.