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Where there’s smoke …
Results from survey show fewer businesses are allowing their customers and employees to light up
September 6, 2001
Jasmin owner J. Ramirez doesn’t allow smoking in his restaurant, and according to a recent survey by the Douglas County Community Health Improvement Project (CHIP), Ramirez isn’t alone.
The road ahead
Cardinal runners will cross state tourney country at Wamego
September 6, 2001
The Eudora High School cross-country team will race on the course where Class 4A championships are decided.
Pyle steps into Harris’ shoes with varsity debut
September 6, 2001
Eudora High School junior running back Andrew Pyle anticipated the beginning of his varsity career on Friday night against Paola and then delivered with 22 carries for 200 yards in his first start.
Creature comforts
Football team program attracts future participants
September 6, 2001
They pass, punt, kick and watch the Eudora High School varsity football team sprint onto the field up close before the game.
Paola edges out Cards
September 6, 2001
Yellow flags rained on Laws Field for the Eudora and Paola High School football teams Friday, but it was the Panthers who departed without permanent harm from the penalties.
Leader of the pack
Business owner earns rank of Scoutmaster
September 6, 2001
Even though he earned his way to Eagle Scout, Bryan Chumbley just couldn’t get enough of scouting.
Legislation causing Kansas communities
September 6, 2001
Anyone taking care of school-age children is probably aware of the expenses that come with educating a child the new school clothes, a fresh box of crayons, maybe even a computer.
Pre-Game pride
September 6, 2001
Greeted by the football booster youth group the Bleacher Creatures, the Eudora Cardinals take to the field for their first game of the 2001 fall season against Paola. For more on the Bleacher Creatures, and the game, please see Eudora Sports.
Committee continues work to bring bond issue to light
September 6, 2001
Kim Schulz isn’t alien to the committees of parents drawn by guilt. But not the school bond committee, called the It’s a K through 12 Solution committee.
Quite a mess
Residents say city’s mandatory clean-up unfair to some
September 6, 2001
For Jim and Linda Hattabaugh, cleaning up their property isn’t a matter of taking the time and effort. Their daughter, Carrie Vess, said Jim Hattabaugh was on an oxygen machine virtually all day.
Non-denominational Bible club, AWANA, wants kids to be well versed in scripture
September 6, 2001
A new group of children may be seen walking around town in vests full of badges and pins but they’re not going to be boy scouts or girl scouts.
Students gain access to mental health care
September 6, 2001
Elementary school children in Eudora now have the same access to mental health care as their middle school peers.
Days gone by
September 6, 2001
A tree-mendous effort
September 6, 2001
Armed with a baseball cap full of home grown apples, Richard Rodewald let members of the Douglas County Conservation Roundtable see and taste the fruits of his labors at his farm south of Eudora.
Police continue investigation on stolen ammonia
September 6, 2001
Eudora police are still investigating the theft of ammonia from Eudora Feed and Grain Aug. 14. They have no suspects.
Eudora schools ready for Nov. 6 bond vote
September 6, 2001
Voters in Eudora USD No. 491 will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6, to consider a bond issue to construct a new 9-12 high school in the Douglas County district. A volunteer committee (It’s a K-12 Solution Committee) has been formed to educate the public about district educational challenges, the November bond issue proposal, and the plan of finance to fund the proposed improvements.
Big need for ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’
September 6, 2001
Although Vicky Leitnaker works in Lawrence and lives in Olathe, from time to time she makes an important stop in Eudora.
Letters to the editor
September 6, 2001
Holiday game causes more labor than play
September 6, 2001
Monday, while most of us were enjoying a day of holiday leisure, the Eudora High School junior varsity team was on the field in Paola.
George E. Powell
September 6, 2001
Graveside services for George E. Powell, 57, Baldwin, were Friday, Aug. 31, at St. John’s Cemetery north of Worden.