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EHS volleyball ready for league finale
October 4, 2001
The Eudora High School volleyball team showed signs of improvement at the Louisburg Triangular Tuesday night, but it knows the league finale will not be easy.
League race already in knots
Baldwin game takes on feeling of rivalry
October 4, 2001
It’s the burning question for all Frontier League football fans in Douglas County: Is Friday night’s game between Baldwin and Eudora the continuation of a rivalry?
4-H celebrates past and present with special week
October 4, 2001
Looking though 4-H archives at the Eudora Public Library, Cathy Box noticed some big differences between then and now.
Runners to cross Cardinal country
October 4, 2001
The Eudora cross country team will receive a hometown welcome when it hosts its first home meet of the season Thursday.
Ethel E. Scott
1916-2001
October 4, 2001
LeRoy S. Parsons
1924-2001
October 4, 2001
Mildred M. Newton
1926-2001
October 4, 2001
Arrowhead Hardware closing doors
October 4, 2001
Gary Lamoreux doesn’t want to leave the hardware business he and his wife, Robbie, own in Eudora. But juggling between Arrowhead Hardware at Eighth and Main streets and the store in Baldwin City are getting to be a bit much.
Turnout key to bond passage
October 4, 2001
When voters hit the polls for the Nov. 6 bond election, they will determine whether Eudora builds a new high school.
Lucille Allenbrand
1923-2001
October 4, 2001
Freddie E. Brecheisen
1918-2001
October 4, 2001
Kobza outlines timeline leading to Nov. 6 vote
October 4, 2001
As the countdown to Nov. 6 continues, the bond that would finance a new high school is becoming a more common topic. But the bond issue hasn’t been thrown together overnight. Years of planning will culminate when voters take to the polls in a little more than a month to decide the fate of Eudora’s schools. Superintendent Marty Kobza discussed the intricacies of the process.
Caleb Gage Reazin
October 4, 2001
Honor Porter by following her example
October 4, 2001
Marilyn Laws Porter wrote a letter to The Eudora News recognizing those who earned a Silver House award by contributing 40 or more volunteer hours to the recently completed Habitat for Humanity home.
Oskaloosa transfer Besser runs into new challenges with cross country team
October 4, 2001
The sport of cross country is filled with constant scenery changes. But that doesn’t bother Eudora High School cross country junior Andy Besser.
Common thread
Quilters get work done in bits and pieces
October 4, 2001
It wasn’t just the customers filling Quilting Bits and Pieces, Eudora’s sewing store, last Friday morning. A back section of the store buzzed with activity from the Quilting Bees of the local quilting guild as they prepared for the quilt show at EudoraFest Saturday.
War talk
Local military speaker keeping busy with lectures
October 4, 2001
Since Sept. 11, it seems to Mark Johnson that everyone wants to hear his opinion.
Memorial brings home our loss
October 4, 2001
I learned this week of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial’s ability to shock and surprise, even in the guise of the half-sized replica that is visiting De Soto through Sunday.