Archive for Thursday, December 5, 2002

Also from December 5

All stories

New friendships start with chats
December 5, 2002
recently had conversations with two interesting Eudorans.
Highway safety should be priority
December 5, 2002
Governor-elect Kathleen Sebelius was roundly condemned for her off-hand remark during the campaign that she felt more threatened when driving on Missouri roads than from the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Alison Jae Bower
December 5, 2002
Council dives into pool decisions
December 5, 2002
After more than a year of examination and contemplation, the Eudora City Council made some decisions about the fate of the city’s swimming pool during a Nov. 25 meeting.
In the spirit
December 5, 2002
Eudora Nursing Center geared up for the holiday season Monday, when residents like Bessie Chastain helped trim the living room tree. The center’s residents will celebrate the season Friday, too, with an open house from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the center, 1415 Maple St. Read about more holiday happenings in the area on Page 10.
Pyle a finalist for Fontana football award
December 5, 2002
Eudora High’s Andrew Pyle, a senior running back for the Cardinals, was a finalist for the Frank Fontana award, given to the Kansas City metro area’s best small-school football player.
Team looks to young wrestlers
December 5, 2002
Despite returning a solid core of seniors, the success of the Eudora High School wrestling team rests with unproven freshmen and sophomores this season.
Letters
December 5, 2002
Commission sees benefits in Winchester exchange
December 5, 2002
Although characterizing it as a South Eudora Trafficway was a jest directed toward the Douglas County Commission, Eudora City Council member Rex Burkhardt’s inquiry about a Winchester Road exchange on Kansas Highway 10 was no joke.
Community calendar
December 5, 2002
School calendar
December 5, 2002
Bertha Ingle
1913-2002
December 5, 2002
Reba Taylor
1935-2002
December 5, 2002
Holiday happenings
December 5, 2002
Stein hopes gridiron triumphs rub off
December 5, 2002
Eudora boys basketball coach Scott Stein said he was confident the Cardinals’ success on the gridiron would continue onto the basketball court.