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City council listens to pool ideas
November 15, 2001
Representatives from two pool design companies dove into ideas and recommendations for the future of the Eudora pool at the Nov. 13 city council meeting.
From one small town to another
Eudora High School senior Anne Froiland left a small community in Norway to experience small-town Kansas
November 15, 2001
Getting used to small-town life in Kansas hasn’t been that difficult for Norwegian exchange student Anne Froiland.
From the principal
November 15, 2001
I truly believe that as I get older, I actually get a little smarter, well okay, a little wiser. I now realize that I have discovered the secret to learning.
Cardinal girls gear up for season
November 15, 2001
Eudora High School girls’ basketball coach Gretchen Schreiner is hopeful that a cohesive senior class and a potential star sophomore center will spell improvement over last season’s 7-14 injury-laden campaign.
Twelve seniors complete stellar run
November 15, 2001
Eudora High School Coach Aaron Barnett began molding a group of freshmen in the fall of 1998 during his first season at EHS. Three years later, the group boasted of a Frontier League Championship, two bi-district championships, a no. 4 ranking in the Kansas Class 4A poll, the first-ever school victory over Paola, and an 18-4 record.
Day invites smokers to quit
Great American Smokeout Thursday encourages smokers to give up cigarettes for good
November 15, 2001
For some smokers, Thursday will mark a turning point in their lives. On Nov. 15, the American Cancer Society is asking smokers to target the day to quit the habit with the Great American Smokeout.
The family that volunteers together…
Nov. 17 is National Family Volunteer Day
November 15, 2001
When Stan and Deb Burnham volunteer together with Therapeutic Horse Riding Instruction of Lawrence, they take advantage of each other’s strengths.
Letters
November 15, 2001
On behalf of the Eudora High School football team, I would like to thank everyone who made the trip of over 100 miles to our playoff game at Sabetha High School, and supported us throughout the entire season.
A holistic new approach
New Health Alternatives tries a different medicine
November 15, 2001
The treatment room at New Health Alternatives includes a hodgepodge of a chiropractor’s table, tuning forks, bottles of herbal supplements and colored plastic glasses.
City planners OK rezoning for duplexes
November 15, 2001
After continued public debate and committee discussion, the Eudora Planning Commission decided to recommend rezoning a portion of land near K-10 Highway, south of the stalled Whispering Meadows subdivision. Commission members Rod Moyer and Duane Gentleman voted against the plan.
An earnest quest for understanding
Students, teachers search to learn about diverse cultures in light of tragedy
November 15, 2001
At a recent speech on Islam, about half of the audience consisted of high school students. Sure, high school social studies teacher Robyn Kelso may have given students extra credit for their attendance, but the students are proof that Eudora schools are adding a new emphasis on the Middle East and current events.
Casagrande: A big houseful for Thanksgiving, a big heart for the needy community
November 15, 2001
Pam Casagrande’s Thanksgiving plans include dinner for 200 people. Oh, and then she’ll help take meals to about 230 others.
Community calendar
November 15, 2001
School calendar
November 15, 2001
Lee-Audus exchange vows
November 15, 2001
Gilbert R. Bracken
1906-2001
November 15, 2001
Edsel Miller
1927-2001
November 15, 2001
Samuel Major Thrift
November 15, 2001
Community needs voice in middle school
November 15, 2001
The community awarded itself a bonus last week when it approved the Eudora school district’s $16 million bond issue.
Bond was a community project
November 15, 2001
Last week, the voters of USD 491 chose to answer the call of the children in our district and passed the school bond. It’s now time to sit back and ponder the ramifications of that choice.
Ruth Bratcher
1948-2001
November 15, 2001