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Brown-Moreno announce engagement
November 29, 2001
Students help to snuff out tobacco use
November 29, 2001
When Mandi Sanders and four other Eudora High students travel between Eudora and Lawrence they get to see their faces on a billboard, which can be kind of a strange experience.
Budding chefs get cooking at culinary competition
November 29, 2001
When Jenny Tyree cooks this weekend, she’ll have more to worry about than just how the food tastes.
The house volunteers built
Saturday’s open house to showcase volunteers’ work since July kickoff
November 29, 2001
Building a house solely with volunteers might be a cause of concern for some, but not Habitat for Humanity volunteer Bill Whitten.
School calendar
November 29, 2001
Zoning hindering growth
Economic, business development restricted
November 29, 2001
Houses are springing up around Eudora and new downtown businesses have opened in the last several months. But seeing a core business like a hardware store leave town with nothing to replace it is a concern for some.
Community calendar
November 29, 2001
Lauren Cate Abram
November 29, 2001
Maple M. Allison
1914-2001
November 29, 2001
Margie E. Merritt
1915-2001
November 29, 2001
Services for Margie E. Merritt, 86, Lawrence, were Saturday, Nov. 24, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Council awaits public discussion on townhouses
November 29, 2001
A multi-family housing development could be one step closer to finding out if it has a home in Eudora Dec. 10 when the Eudora City Council plans to vote on the Eudora Planning Commission’s recommendations for the development.
Antiques bring something new to downtown
November 29, 2001
In the tradition of the building’s past as a variety store, Pat Trefz has a sundry items stocked in her store, Home Again Interiors, L.L.C, and The Nookery, located in the Main Street building that has been in her family for generations.
Letters
November 29, 2001
Her choice for new discovery
German exchange student Simone Mihm adjusts to life and studies in Eudora
November 29, 2001
Of her choice of the English-speaking countries of England, Australia and the United States, Simone Mihm chose the latter.
Late Nite gets early kickoff
November 29, 2001
Cardinals fans can get ready to see their teams try out a few new moves on the basketball court, but they may not be the moves fans expect.
Eava J. Berry
1928-2001
November 29, 2001
Boone on the run, on the side
November 29, 2001
None of the runners on the Eudora High School cross-country squad can accuse Coach Paul Boone of asking them to run more than he does.
City agenda stalls while fix is evident
November 29, 2001
City leaders have started the process for a new pool.
Former Cardinals leave their mark on collegiate football
November 29, 2001
With the emergence of the Eudora High School football team under Head Coach Aaron Barnett, three former Cardinals have taken their talents to the college game.
Neighborhood light war joined
November 29, 2001
I’m old school. I maintain the Christmas season starts after Thanksgiving. It’s a quaint and outdated view in a retail age that makes a seamless transition from Halloween to Christmas.
Through assessments, district sees how many students away Standard of Excellence rating is
November 29, 2001
Eudora students may not have earned the Standard of Excellence distinction on their state assessment test, but without comparing their scores to the state standards it may be difficult to tell just how close they came in some cases.
Days Gone By
November 29, 2001
Stein wants team to press more
November 29, 2001
After a couple weeks of practice first-year Eudora High School boys’ basketball coach Scott Stein is optimistic about the returning players he inherited from a 14-8 Chad Eshbaugh-coached squad. But he hopes the Cardinals will be able to find their offensive range early in the season.