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Days gone by
October 3, 2002
EudoraFest volunteers deliver for community
October 3, 2002
Community members will get a treat this weekend in the form of the annual EudoraFest. It is an opportunity for old friends to return and share in the good times and for those new to the community to learn something of what this town is all about.
Clark-Winkle
October 3, 2002
Alexis Nicole Howell
October 3, 2002
Simon Robert Paul Orr
October 3, 2002
School calendar
October 3, 2002
Dearld E. Marrs
1921-2002
October 3, 2002
Anna G. Copp
1915-2002
October 3, 2002
W. Arlyn West
1942-2002
October 3, 2002
George D. Pflaum
1935-2002
October 3, 2002
Community calendar
October 3, 2002
EudoraFest schedule of events
October 3, 2002
Kaw River Gang set to make a bang at EudoraFest
October 3, 2002
The first time The Kaw River Gang performed, the gang consisted of three people, and a vacant Garnett storefront served as the venue for a staged bank robbery.
Cards sweep home triangular
October 3, 2002
The Eudora High School volleyball team probably would probably like to forget the two games in which the Frontier League decided to play with rally points.
Eudora pounds Paola 44-0
October 3, 2002
The Paola High School football team discovered firsthand that Eudora is a lot more than a one-back football team.
Letters
October 3, 2002
Reflections on the Relay from Washington
October 3, 2002
It will be weeks before the jumble of emotions and memories within me finally settle down and sort themselves out such are my reactions to being a Community Ambassador from the state of Kansas to the first ever Relay for Life Celebration on the Hill in Washington, D.C.
Spreading Sunshine
After-school program offers homework help
October 3, 2002
Having juggled a large household, including small children and an extended family, Shannon Cook knows how difficult finding time to spend one-on-one with children and their homework can be. That’s why she hopes her new endeavor, The Sunshine House, will attract parents who, like herself, want to raise good kids.