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A taste of state leaves Cards hungry for more
Webb hoping to build on momentum of sub-state play during last year’s stellar season
August 28, 2003
The Eudora Cardinal football team is close. It is close to wrapping up practice. It is close to opening Sept. 5 at home against Prairie View. And it’s close to a state championship.
Sweet dreams come true
Childhood friends open candy, gift store downtown
August 28, 2003
Childhood friends Wilson and Saunders hope to open their entrepreneurial effort, CandyLand Olde Tyme Candies and Gifts, sometime in early September, later than their Monday goal.
Golden age
Young team meeting challenges
August 28, 2003
As a whole, the Eudora sports scene appears to be heading toward a golden era, and fourth-year cross country coach Paul Boone wants to be a part of it.
Downtown grant put on hold
Community envisions other improvements
August 28, 2003
A lack of time and resources prevented downtown merchants from forming their own association, a key tenant in a state-distributed development grant, said City Administrator Mike Yanez. Because applications for the grant were due this fall, Yanez said the project would be put hold until next year, when the grant application cycle began again.
School calendar
August 28, 2003
Community calendar
August 28, 2003
District holding on to old EMS
Schools using vacated classrooms for storage; shipping, receiving
August 28, 2003
The old Eudora Middle School building downtown hasn’t outlived its usefulness to the district after all. Since moving seventh- and eighth-graders out of the building and placing them in the former high school building, the district has managed to use public spaces and annexes as vocational and community learning centers.
Public invited to speak on comprehensive plan
August 28, 2003
Those same community members — and anyone else — will have an opportunity to see how their comments shaped Eudora’s future next week, when the city’s comprehensive plan is scheduled to go before the Planning Commission in a public hearing. The Commission will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Eudora City Hall, 4 E. Seventh St.
Pool tanks
City budgets money for repairs
August 28, 2003
Eudora voters sunk a new swimming pool proposal a second time Tuesday when a small majority — 367 of 670 — voted against a bond and sales tax measure to finance a $2.25 million facility.
Della Ruth Hettenbach
August 28, 2003
Pool failed to excite voters
August 28, 2003
Apathy, and not the reasoned arguments of the opponent, won in Tuesday’s referendum.
Hazel A. Henick
1909-2003
August 28, 2003
Joyce A. Hall
1939-2003
August 28, 2003
Shannon M. Daugherty
1976-2003
August 28, 2003
Glenn R. Chance
1922-2003
August 28, 2003
Reitz couple celebrate 40th
August 28, 2003
Police, fire funding fuels debate on budget
August 28, 2003
The Eudora City Council meeting didn’t produce an approved city budget for next year, but the public hearing Monday night sparked heated debate about the amount of money going into the city’s fire and police departments.
Chloe Danielle Lemmons
August 28, 2003
Days Gone By
August 28, 2003
Bits and Pieces
Athletes, pools making a splash in the headlines
August 28, 2003