Archive for Thursday, October 24, 2002

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Baby, what’s your sign?
Young children get a boost from learning sign language
October 24, 2002
For all the sign language being used, the Nottingham Elementary School library was a noisy place last Wednesday night. As they toddled around the room, babies giggled and squealed when Parents as Teachers coordinator Lisa Quackenbush showed parents how to sign words like “cracker” and “ball” so they in turn could guide their toddling young ones into forming the concepts with their own tiny hands.
Football game traffic puts Halloween on hold
October 24, 2002
Hoping to prevent a nightmare on Elm Street, the Eudora City Council at the urging of parents changed the way Halloween will be celebrated in the city this year.
Lillian F. Gantz
1909-2002
October 24, 2002
Ineke C. Willems
1927-2002
October 24, 2002
Community calendar
October 24, 2002
School calendar
October 24, 2002
Letters
October 24, 2002
Potential firefighters begin training
October 24, 2002
Firefighters were at Laws Field Saturday morning, but there wasn’t a fire to battle.
Cardinals’ season goal within reach
October 24, 2002
The Eudora High School volleyball team is one victory short of reaching its season goal.
Second half corner kick not enough for Eudora
October 24, 2002
The Eudora High School soccer team played its season finale Oct. 17 at 5A Topeka Highland Park despite injuries to key players.
Cambry Adair Fox
October 24, 2002
days gone by
October 24, 2002
House race attracts accessible candidates
October 24, 2002
We had an unusual experience when the two candidates for the 32nd Kansas House District unexpectedly came into the office at the same time. There was something hopeful and endearing about the experience. Neither man, Eudora Democrat Carlie Abel nor Olathe Republican Rob Boyer, was accompanied by an entourage, urging him to wrap things up and move on to his next appointment, as is often the case when politicians visit newsrooms.
Eudora hopes to ward off Cyclones
October 24, 2002
Eudora football took a big step toward getting its swagger back after suffering its first loss of the year at the hands of Baldwin.
Senior runner raises the Barr at Rim Rock
October 24, 2002
Eudora High School senior James Barr remembers his first trip to Wamego for the class 4A state championship cross country meet.
Reading makes for magical gray mornings
October 24, 2002
I love a gray, foggy morning such as this a great excuse not to paint the house but instead to ponder topics for this column. I also love October, the season of pumpkins, witches, re-reading the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” and watching with my grandsons “Winnie the Pooh’s Greatest Classics,” which include “The Blustery Day” perfect for this time of year.