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Mayme Borton
1971-2002
September 26, 2002
Laws Field decision sidelined
Board wants to see cost study before making a decision on field
September 26, 2002
Because the school district can’t base a decision regarding Laws Field on rough cost estimates alone, the Board of Education is waiting for the results of a cost study to decide what Eudora USD 491 should do with an athletic facility it’s quickly outgrowing.
School calendar
September 26, 2002
Community calendar
September 26, 2002
Roy H. Young
1928-2002
September 26, 2002
Andy Robbins
1978-2002
September 26, 2002
Cardinal volleyball experiences ‘bad night’
September 26, 2002
The Frontier League opener turned out to be something that the Eudora High School volleyball team will use to motivate improvements.
Robert L. Bethard
1949-2002
September 26, 2002
City should press for K-10 improvements
September 26, 2002
Much has been made of the asset Kansas Highway 10 represents to Eudora. Should Gov. Bill Graves realize his desire to move the South Lawrence Trafficway forward before he leaves office in January, the highway’s long talked about economic development potential might become realized. We have heard one well-respected area planner state that the single-most important stimulus to development on the corridor is the completion of the South Lawrence Trafficway.
High energy
Dynamic’ high school teacher a model for award nominee
September 26, 2002
Among the desks, chairs and usual school furniture in Margaret Peterson’s second-grade classroom, one item stands out: a red metal bunkbed with bright, primary-colored pillows and comforters.
Cards trounce Trojans
Eudora beats Osawatomie 57-19
September 26, 2002
The Eudora High School football team will begin round three of its newly found rivalry with Paola High School Friday night in Eudora.
First steps make for long strides
September 26, 2002
Much like a child taking her first steps, my latest experiences have been those of many firsts.