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EudoraFest celebrates town’s past, present
Cook-off spices up festival activities
October 11, 2001
If EudoraFest visitors had five different items on their plates at Saturday’s CPA Park food booth, it wasn’t because they were indecisive.
Opposition quiet on school bond issue
October 11, 2001
It’s hard to tell how many people oppose the passing of a bond for a new high school, said Kim Schulz, who heads the It’s a K-12 Solution Committee.
Neighbors oppose duplex development
October 11, 2001
The prospect of duplexes in a central Eudora neighborhood has some neighbors seeing not double, but red.
Watson finds success behind the lens
October 11, 2001
Looking around Brant and Mark Watson’s living room, it’s not too hard to tell what the brothers are studying in school. Paintings, prints and photographs line the walls of their antique rental house on a tree-lined, brick street in Lawrence, just blocks away from Kansas University’s campus.
John E. Garrett
October 11, 2001
A memorial service for John E. Garrett, 71, Middletown, R.I., will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at the United Methodist Church, Overbrook. Burial was in Jamestown, R.I. on Sept. 21, 2001.
James S. Waggoner
October 11, 2001
Keep Oz’s incentives open for developers
October 11, 2001
Even its remaining advocates must accept that Oz Entertainment Co.’s proposal to redevelop the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant is now dead. The company may be able to resurrect its planned theme park, but any new plan will be vastly different than the one that has been before the Johnson County Commission the last 15 months.
Eliminate cap on therapy services
Tell congress to support Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2001
October 11, 2001
October is National Physical Therapy Month, with the new slogan of the American Physical Therapy Association: “Physical Therapy, the science of healing, the art of caring.”
School officers play teacher, counselor
October 11, 2001
As a school resource officer at Horizons High School in the Shawnee Mission district, Dep. Jay Fleer spends more time as a counselor than an enforcer. His students will come up to him and ask him about his family, or pop in his office to say “hi.” Of the about 175 students at the school, Fleer estimated he knew 150 by name.
A celebration of heritage
EudoraFest offers a feast for the senses
October 11, 2001
A hum of EudoraFest activity filled downtown Eudora Saturday as people milled about vendor’s booths, food stands and musical performances along Main Street.
Cardinals topple Baldwin 35-14
Pyle breaks rushing record
October 11, 2001
Eudora High School football coach Aaron Barnett taught a course in Clock Management 101 during the third quarter of Eudora’s 35-14 victory on Friday night at Baldwin.
Eudora juniors run wild in Frontier League play
October 11, 2001
Standout running back Andrew Pyle may be the featured back of a run-featured offense but he is not the only person who gains yards on the ground for Eudora High School.
Volleyball team can’t keep lead
October 11, 2001
If ESPN Classic featured high school rivalries, it would have to seriously consider Tuesday night’s grudge match between the Eudora and Wellsville high school girls volleyball teams.
Home in the long range
Long-range planning meeting
October 11, 2001
In a departure from the usual businesslike atmosphere of the city council room at Eudora City Hall, the council members’ head table went unused, and tables outfitted with maps and magic markers filled the floor.
VanAnne breaks personal best at invitational
October 11, 2001
Youth was served on Thursday when the senior-less Eudora High School boys’ cross-country team placed five runners in the top 25 of a 49-person race at the sixth annual EHS Invitational.