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Fans of all ages follow Cards to Sabetha
November 8, 2001
Eudora High School football fans lined the entire side of the Sabetha High School visitors sidelines and matched the intensity of the Blue Jays fans throughout the highly-contested game. The tradition of Cardinal playoff football is becoming an expected autumn event after two straight years in the elite eight.
Eagle scout project tackles light poles’ poster problems
November 8, 2001
Soon the city’s light poles won’t have their patina of flaky paper and nails from numerous announcements and advertisements. That’s OK with the Eudora City Council.
Don’t leave pets out in the cold this winter
November 8, 2001
Laughing at dogs dressed up in winter attire may be easy, but for some breeds a winter wardrobe is necessary.
Swimming with ideas
City council to hear report of pool study
November 8, 2001
Depending on what the Eudora City Council decides Nov. 13, the city may be a step closer to a new swimming pool.
Patsy M. Barnes
2001
November 8, 2001
Graveside services for Patsy Montana Barnes, infant daughter of Roy D. and Cathy Hammett Barnes, Lawrence, were Monday, Nov. 5, at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence.
Anna Beth Mellinger Geist
1912-2001
November 8, 2001
Community calendar
November 8, 2001
School calendar
November 8, 2001
Isaac John Roetman
November 8, 2001
Madalyn Rose Wade
November 8, 2001
Folks-Brooks engagement announced
November 8, 2001
Involvement earns cheers from the press box
November 8, 2001
There’s an old axiom in the press about never cheering in the press box. Sports reporters are supposed to keep their loyalties restrained behind a wall of professional detachment.
Halloween vandalism dead-ends Eudora ‘cemetery’ display
November 8, 2001
Ever since his son was 8 years old, Lewie Place has been putting up a Halloween display.
Investor catches attention
November 8, 2001
The slot machine Tom Polcyn keeps in his dining room is more than just decoration.
Banking on community
Mutual Savings’ newest addition believes in local business power
November 8, 2001
When Bob Barron manages a bank, he doesn’t just manage a bank. Mutual Savings’ new branch manager has a track record of managing communities, too.
Actors bring ‘Horrors’ to high school
Fall musical ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ begins Nov. 8
November 8, 2001
If the Eudora High School auditorium looks a little junky these days it’s because students will be performing “Little Shop of Horrors” for the fall musical.
A work in progress
Sue Fulcher celebrates 25 years in the unending project that is her historic home
November 8, 2001
Lots of things can change in a quarter century. Just ask Sue Fulcher.
Days gone by
November 8, 2001
A real heartbreaker
One point puts Sabetha into semifinals, ends Cardinals’ season
November 8, 2001
The Eudora High School football team learned the difficult, age-old lesson that football games are often decided by inches when it lost a 4A regional championship game at Sabetha 13-12 on Saturday night.
School bond wins easy approval
November 8, 2001
When the advanced voting numbers came in Tuesday night showing a 47-35 advantage for passage of the school bond issue, Janet Campbell told the crowd of about 65 in her home that early returns often predict the final results.
Adopted grandparents share mutual kinship with little visitors
November 8, 2001
Sitting on the edge of Helen Butell’s flowered bed spread, Karlee Beach talks in endless streams of sentences, pausing only for breath and to let Dylyn Besser get a few words in.
Vets’ history, memories
November 8, 2001
To this day, World War II veteran Pete Lawson still has a Japanese rifle he confiscated in the war.
Fundamental problems abound
November 8, 2001
I’ve only known one Afghan. I met him while working at a job that filled several months between the end of my last stint in college and my first reporting job.
Letters
November 8, 2001