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Eudora rules Pleasant Ridge with run-rule wins
April 10, 2003
The forecast for the Eudora High School softball team’s season-opening doubleheader Tuesday was windy, 35 degrees and “hot.” The Cards rode hot bats and the searing arm of their ace, toasting Pleasant Ridge 15-5 in the first game and closing with junior Kelly Spence’s no-hit 10-0 domination in the second.
Cardinals get chilly reception at Wellsville’s Snowball Relays
April 10, 2003
The Eudora track team kicked off the 2003 spring sports schedule April 1 at the Snowball Relays in Wellsville. The warm, windy weather welcomed the Cardinal athletes unkindly, though.
Best of show
Ashley Coffman takes pride in her papillon pups
April 10, 2003
It may not be all that unusual for a child to have a special attachment to a pet, but Ashley Coffman has no ordinary case of puppy love.
Tennyson Kaye Wilson
April 10, 2003
Ronald D. West
1935-2003
April 10, 2003
Yvette S. Durr
1926-2003
April 10, 2003
School calendar
April 10, 2003
Community calendar
April 10, 2003
High hopes
April 10, 2003
Eudora fans watch as the final seconds tick away in Kansas University’s 81-78 loss to Syracuse in the NCAA men’s national championship game. Eudora residents Richard and Janet Campbell were two of many hosts of game-watching parties throughout Eudora Monday night.
New EHS makes room for asst. principal
April 10, 2003
Eudora high school students will have more than just a new building greeting them at the beginning of the next school year: They’ll also have Ron Abel as their part-time assistant principal.
Benefit golf tourney trims greens fees
April 10, 2003
After learning a thing or two from its inaugural year, organizers of a benefit golf tournament are hoping to increase the number of golfers — and the amount of money raised for childhood cancer research.
Metz-Whiteside
April 10, 2003
Letters
April 10, 2003
Split decision on pool bond suggests opportunity
April 10, 2003
What the Council needs now is more information, starting with a survey of those who voted no in the pool referendum. Information gathered there should glean insight into the possibility of a pool with fewer bells and whistles winning approval.
Days Gone By
April 10, 2003
Creative solutions generate money for Relay in June
April 10, 2003
With teams forming and themes in the works, many of the Eudorans raising money for the American Cancer Society through the local Relay For Life are probably wondering how they’ll ever fill up those pledge sheets with names and the envelopes with money, especially in Eudora, where the Relay involves much of the community.