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Cross roads
April 17, 2003
The sun sets behind a stations of the cross display at 20th Street and Winchester Road. Eudora United Methodist Church put up the display as a “self-guided, meditation experience” for the Easter season. The display is open during daylight hours. For more Holy Week happenings around Eudora, see Page 5A.
Minor changes to turn EHS into EMS
April 17, 2003
Although creating a space for Eudora High School students to attend school next academic year has required hundreds of hours spent constructing a building from steel and concrete, making the current high school building suitable for sixth- through eighth-graders will take a whole lot less effort.
Trail blazed for full-time fire chief
April 17, 2003
Although it has been the subject of heated debate in the past, the Eudora City Council had no trouble deciding Monday night that this was the time to create a full-time fire chief position.
Group raising roof money for chapel
April 17, 2003
Eudora area youth groups need the community’s help to keep a roof over their heads.
State budget woes need real solutions
April 17, 2003
It’s business as usual in Topeka, and that’s not a good thing. The Legislature in the middle of a three-week recess before returning to work April 30 to start work on the so-called wrap-up session, an archaic term suggesting lawmakers only need address a few details before leaving the Capitol for the years.
Days gone by
April 17, 2003
Kansas Press Association honors The Eudora News with awards
April 17, 2003
The Eudora News was recognized Saturday by the Kansas Press Association at its annual state conference. The News received first places for best use of photos and sports pages; second places for editorial pages, news and writing excellence, and Web site; and honorable mentions for best front page and general excellence.
Community calendar
April 17, 2003
School calendar
April 17, 2003
Elizabeth Perkins Pell
1919-2003
April 17, 2003
Funeral services for Elizabeth Perkins Pell, 83, De Soto, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the De Soto United Methodist Church. Burial will be at De Soto Cemetery.
R. Dale Lounsbury
1927-2003
April 17, 2003
Funeral services for Richard Dale Lounsbury, 75, Emporia, were Monday, April 14, at the First United Methodist Church in Emporia. Burial was in Memorial Lawn Cemetery with military honors by Ball-McColm Post No. 5 of the American Legion and Lowry-Funston Post 1980 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Stacie L. Neis
1965-2003
April 17, 2003
Services for Stacie Leigh Neis, 37, Eudora, were Monday, April 14, at St. Paul United Church of Christ, Eudora. Burial was in Eudora Cemetery.
Mary L. Schultz
1965-2003
April 17, 2003
Memorial services for Mary L. Schultz, 37, Eudora, were Wednesday, April 16, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.
Victoria Nicole White
2003-2003
April 17, 2003
Bulldogs give Eudora double defeat
April 17, 2003
The Eudora softball team had a full week to savor its season-opening sweep of Pleasant Ridge before entertaining rival Baldwin. The Bulldogs challenged a Cardinal team that scored 25 runs in just 10 innings last week. Kasey Pittenger wasn’t pitching in those games, though.
Pyle stacks up in Baldwin win
April 17, 2003
Tuesday’s wind hit gusts of up to 45 mph, and Andrew Pyle hit gusts of up to 400 feet.
Cardinals show their fire at Bobcat Relays
April 17, 2003
Like the spring weather, Eudora High School’s Cardinal track team continues to improve.
Lending a helping hand at home
Non-medical elder care business expands to Eudora
April 17, 2003
When people visit an aging relative, they still want to think of him or her as the parent or grandparent they knew when they were younger, not as someone to be taken care of, said Julie Goans-Heinz, whose business, Home Helpers Inc., makes that possible.