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High hopes for Cardinal fall sports
August 14, 2003
For the Eudora Cardinals, the fall sports season looks to be a mix of high expectation, excitement and intrigue.
Cardinal Cleaners taking the wrinkles out of housework
Laundromat offers drop-off service
August 14, 2003
Aside from the 12-washer, 10-dryer operation and the send-away dry cleaning service, Cardinal Cleaners will set itself apart because of its drop-off laundry service.
Rough and tumble
Area teenager quickly discovers the rodeo life is a rough one
August 14, 2003
Although having competed in high school rodeo competitions for just two years, Hoffman had the opportunity to attend a national competition as an alternate state winner earlier this month.
Coach proud of his overachievers
Eudora players key to the success of the Phenix and performance in national tournament
August 14, 2003
hat team, Lawrence Phenix, a collection of 16-and-under area softball players including several from Eudora, recently capped its summer campaign with a trip to a national tournament in Decatur, Ill. and finished 33rd of 80 teams.
Moore money
Kan. congressman wants funding for districts to meet NCLB Act
August 14, 2003
During an interview at The Eudora News last week, the Lenexa Democrat said he voted for the No Child Left Behind education reform bill, but he noted that legislation was to provide states and local school districts $8 billion to help them realize its goals.
City wants to see more local businesses in bid process
August 14, 2003
Local leaders want the city to do more shopping at home. The Eudora City Council discussed its purchasing policies Monday night and agreed local businesses needed more consideration in the process.
Opposition to pool bond not just black, white issue
August 14, 2003
For some Eudorans, the opposition to a pool bond, which will be voted on again Aug. 26, isn’t an all-out dislike for building a new pool. Rather, some take issue with the finer points surrounding the pool bond.
A brave new world
District orients students to their new surroundings
August 14, 2003
The students will have the opportunity to poke around the new building during orientation days, when each class will attend a half day of school by itself.
Days Gone By
August 14, 2003
Cell tower placement
August 14, 2003
Successful school year begs the assistance of parents, community
August 14, 2003
Without a doubt, Eudora students should be proud to attend the new school and play host to visiting schools for academic competitions and sporting events. Taking care of the building can show their pride and making full use of everything it offers.
Ethel M. Kalb
1917-2003
August 14, 2003
Clara M. Branch
1917-2003
August 14, 2003
Leonard Bagby
1925-2003
August 14, 2003
Genesis Rai Sheafer
August 14, 2003
School calendar
August 14, 2003
Community calendar
August 14, 2003
Summer wraps up and dries out
August 14, 2003
Trenton Ray Long
August 14, 2003