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Eudorans rally with patriotism surge
November 1, 2001
Although Paul Oelschlaeger created a lighted flag display several years ago, he and his wife, Doris, decided this fall would be a good time to bring it out again.
Students tune in to sober message with Red Ribbon anti-drug program
November 1, 2001
Kathleen Cox’s Kansas History students were happy to see guest speaker Shelli Schottler Monday afternoon if, for no other reason, than the absence of homework.
Cards tackle Sabetha next in state quarterfinals
November 1, 2001
What does a league championship mean in the scope of Kansas 4A High School football?
Books ready for adoption
November 1, 2001
With about 16 books down and an endless number left to go, the Adopt-a-Book program at Nottingham and Eudora West elementary schools is up and running.
Special teams ‘take heart out’ of opponents
November 1, 2001
Eudora High School football coach Aaron Barnett has stressed the importance of strong special teams play all season. On Tuesday night, the Cardinals were able to make some big plays that gave them an early edge over Basehor-Linwood in the bi-district championship game.
Cards say ‘Bye-bye, Bobcats’…
…and ‘Hello, Sabetha’
November 1, 2001
The Eudora High School football team’s defensive unit will have to stop a junior running back named Pyle if it hopes to win the regional championship against Big Seven League champion and second-ranked Sabetha (10-0) on Saturday night.
Community calendar
November 1, 2001
School calendar
November 1, 2001
City, school agreement one to snack on to snack on
November 1, 2001
The agreement between the city of Eudora and the school district to construct a concession stand at the West Elementary ball fields is encouraging, and we hope a harbinger of things to come.
Lending a hand has great impact
United Way helps Eudora, benefits locals
November 1, 2001
If you give to the United Way in the coming weeks, you will be helping your friends, neighbors, family and possibly yourself in times of grief, job loss or crisis. You will help provide needed childcare or other child development programs.
All over but the voting
Future of high school, district to be decided Tuesday at polls
November 1, 2001
The circular schematic and futuristic design don’t make the proposed Eudora High School an easy sell.
Workforce nursing health care to top of job market
November 1, 2001
When Shari Mott got into home health care as a teenager, she wasn’t thinking about the future of the job market. Growing up near the Eudora Nursing Center, Mott loved visiting the residents. When one man planned to return to his home and needed 24-hour care, Mott found herself caring for him and hiring others for the rest of his care. Seeing him live another year in his own home was an amazing experience, Mott said.
Heavenly trip brings sisters home after more than 50 years
November 1, 2001
Fighting off the inevitable drowsiness that comes with endless stretches of highway, Sisters Mary Dolorosa and Mary Marcella stayed awake during the car trip from Salt Lake City to Eudora.
VanAnne improves time at state meet, finishes 31 of 104
November 1, 2001
Eudora High School sophomore Tighe VanAnne improved at the 4A State Championship Course in Wamego by one minute and thirty-three seconds over his previous effort on Sept. 8.
Some area physicians prefer smaller practices
November 1, 2001
Maybe being a doctor isn’t what it looks like on television after all.
Letters to the Editor
November 1, 2001