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English-inspired business suits owners to a ‘tea’
November 21, 2001
Stepping through the doors of 702 Main Street, it may seem hard to imagine the building once housed a bank and an artist’s workshop. The Westminster Tea Room has cleaned away the workshop grime, given the bank vault a fresh coat of paint and brought a bit of Europe to Eudora.
Long-range planning forges ahead
November 21, 2001
The work the community has put into the city’s long range plan will take shape in late winter. After a January follow-up and a February public hearing, the city can begin acting upon the plan, said Scott Michie of Bucher, Willis and Ratliff, the consulting firm working on the project.
Wrestling team rebuilds after losing seniors
November 21, 2001
The big guys will have to pull their weight for their smaller teammates on this season’s 2001-02 Eudora High School wrestling team.
Senior awards
November 21, 2001
Pilgrims’ progress
Students end pilgrim unit with a blast
November 21, 2001
Maybe this is what the first Thanksgiving would have looked like if third-graders were running the program.
School’s timeline shows plans to open in 2003
November 21, 2001
With the bond issue passed, the Eudora school district is ready to move forward with the construction of a new high school. Representatives from DLR Group, which designed the building, presented a proposed timeline for the project at the Nov. 15 board of education meeting.
Morgan Elizabeth Campbell and Ashley Marie Campbell
November 21, 2001
Ruth Bratcher
1948-2001
November 21, 2001
Carl N. Cribbs
1924-2001
November 21, 2001
Exemption can help out taxpayers
Some homeowners and renters can get help with school bond tax increase
November 21, 2001
With the passing of the bond for a new high school, Eudora homeowners will find taxes on their homes increasing. For a $100,000 home, it will mean about $145 each year.
System names county roads, although imprecisely
November 21, 2001
Eudora drivers may take for granted the process that went into naming the county roads they use every day. But there is a reason to the mishmash of numbers in the system.
Awards bountiful at banquet
November 21, 2001
A tearful Aaron Barnett told 12 senior football players the lesson learned from the final play of their high school careers was a microcosm for their real-world future and then reminded the underclassmen they’ll have a chance to prove themselves next season.
Thanksgiving is a time for sharing
November 21, 2001
Thanksgiving takes on special meaning in this year of national crisis. It is difficult to give thanks when 5,000 of our fellow Americans are dead and the peace we knew three months ago shattered.
Community calendar
November 21, 2001
School calendar
November 21, 2001
Eudora High School upcoming wrestling schedule
November 21, 2001
Company floats design ideas for future pool
November 21, 2001
When the city of Russell decided it needed a new pool, it went all out.
Eudora could be trail’s end for covered wagon sculpture
November 21, 2001
Once again, Kansans may see a covered wagon while traveling across the plains. If things work out, two Eudorans will bring a sculpture to a patch of land between Douglas County Road 442 and K-10 highway.
1948: Football glory days revisited
53 years ago, the Cardinals had an undefeated season
November 21, 2001
In the year 2054, this season’s Eudora High School football players will recollect long-past memories of their football playing days and realize how much the game has changed over the years. However, the 9-2 squad won’t have the chance to claim what one team could 53 years ago: an undefeated season.
Holidays provide gift of memories
November 21, 2001
Laura and I decided we couldn’t miss the promised once-in-a-lifetime celestial event that the Leonid meteor shower offered Sunday. We did find it was easier to make the vow Saturday evening than when the alarm went off at 4 a.m.