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Cards play the passing game
October 18, 2001
Ask Frontier League coaches to describe Eudora’s offense, and their first three words might be “Run, run, run.”
Runners up, up early for regional
October 18, 2001
Students around Eudora were sleeping or possibly just awakening at 6 a.m. Monday morning when eight members of the Eudora High School cross country team examined their next challenge the Ottawa 4A regional championship course.
Cardinals volleyball picks up two wins at Perry-Lecompton tournament
October 18, 2001
The Eudora High School volleyball team won two games at the Perry-Lecompton tournament but it may have learned more from the losses it suffered in the regular season’s final tournament.
Cards bring home a Homecoming win
De Soto falls to Eudora 40-20 in ‘Corridor Rivalry’
October 18, 2001
The K-10 Corridor Rivalry was renewed on Friday night as a pair of standout junior running backs brought their strong reputations to Laws Field in Eudora.
letters
October 18, 2001
Reading tree leaves gives warning
October 18, 2001
Last Thursday, I was enjoying a stroll near Darrel Zimmerman’s barn in De Soto, dividing my attention between a stand a timber to the west and 100-foot lines of freshly picked pumpkins lining the hillside to the east. Just as I was thinking orange was the color of the season, a monarch butterfly confirmed my thought by fluttering across my path.
Chrislip-Jubber exchange vows
October 18, 2001
Proposed development not part of bigger plan
October 18, 2001
The proposed Peridian Group duplex development on a 13-acre central Eudora plot appears to be the wrong plan at the wrong time. We feel safe making that assessment because it runs counter to the city’s comprehensive plan.
Donna R. Stone
1951-2001
October 18, 2001
Services for Donna Rae Stone, 50, Denton, were Tuesday, Oct. 9, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Bendena. Burial was in Moray Cemetery, north of Bendena.
Ransley McNulty
1926-2001
October 18, 2001
Water holes?
Fluoride’s effect debated
October 18, 2001
When Loretta Gantenbein made her last trip to the dentist, she was surprised to find she had two new cavities in less than a year.
days gone by
October 18, 2001
Program has parents working as teachers
October 18, 2001
Around 9 a.m. at Dan and Tina Breedlove’s house, about the only sounds are the rain on the roof and the pat, pat, pat of plastic drinking straws on the yellow lid of an empty can of mixed nuts. James Breedlove, 19 months, smiles and coos as he plays on his makeshift drum.
New school’s design aims to ease cramped halls
October 18, 2001
When he can help it, Eudora High School art teacher Gary Hinman avoids a certain area of the school.
Jasmin working to meet customer needs
October 18, 2001
Getting into a Eudora eatery isn’t always easy for some customers. But it’s not a long wait or booked reservation list that’s slowing them down.