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Clara E. Holmes
1906-2003
February 6, 2003
Smith-Pickett
February 6, 2003
Cards bounce past Louisburg, Silver Lake
February 6, 2003
Eudora High School head coach Scott Stein was waiting for his team to run away from Silver Lake in the second half of Tuesday night’s 54-50 victory.
Wrestlers employ takedowns to avenge losses
February 6, 2003
Against Prairie View, it was all about paybacks for three Eudora senior matmen.
A Long time coming
35-year police veteran named Citizen of the Year
February 6, 2003
For the second year in a row, the Eudora Chamber of Commerce recognized its Citizen of the Year as someone outside the business realm. USD 491 Superintendent and Citizen for 2001, presented Eudora Police Chief Bill Long with this year’s honor Saturday night at the Chamber’s annual dinner.
City exploring possibility of revamping park fee
February 6, 2003
Aware that the amount of money and land collected for parks in Eudora isn’t adequate, the city is doing something about it.
Supporters set to raise the roof for wrestling with dinner
February 6, 2003
Football had its state playoff pep rally, and basketball kicked off with Late Night with the Cards. Now, the wrestling team, which didn’t get to perform at Late Night, will get its own morale boost with Raise the Roof Night Feb. 13.
Some reading, ‘rithmetic, and recreation
After school program boosts academic skills through games
February 6, 2003
Walking through the Nottingham Elementary library after school Monday afternoon, second- grade teacher Jennifer Adams teases a group of about 20 students, telling them they’re having too much fun for an after-school program.
K-10 bike trail studied
February 6, 2003
Bicyclists and drivers weary of accommodating each other on Douglas County 442 can rejoice in the K-10 Association Inc.’s interest in a bike trail connecting Lawrence to Olathe and Lenexa.
Community calendar
February 6, 2003
School calendar
February 6, 2003
Shared effort in education commendable
February 6, 2003
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ proposed budget gave Eudora USD 491 and three surrounding districts an added reason to cheer.
Letters
February 6, 2003
School trip pending budget outcome
February 6, 2003
A traditional trip offered to Eudora students may be put on hold depending on how the district’s budget pans out in the upcoming months.
Imagine that!
Visionary” Collin Whitebread earned recognition for his picture of Eudora in 2020
February 6, 2003
Even though Collin Whitebread is at an age when the future still holds the promise of driving tests, proms and college applications, that didn’t stop the Eudora seventh-grader from thinking about a time in his life many people don’t contemplate until their mid-20s.
Conner, Yanez highlight infrastructure, city staffing changes
February 6, 2003
Mayor Ron Conner’s interest in street improvements and City Administrator Mike Yanez’s desire for downtown development showed both city leaders’ priority for growth and infrastructure issues during their State of the City speeches Saturday at the Eudora Chamber of Commerce dinner.
Girls split winnings at Wellsville tourney
February 6, 2003
The Eudora High School girls basketball team defeated Anderson County in the second round of the Wellsville Tournament but couldn’t finish off the host team.
Robert O. Bryan
1933-2003
February 6, 2003
Eudorans input sought on rural-urban issues
February 6, 2003
Eudorans will have the opportunity to discuss rural and urban issues at 7 p.m. Thursday at Eudora City Hall, 4 E. Seventh St.
Football seniors decide on schools
February 6, 2003
It’s been a busy time of the year for Eudora High School senior football players who have ambition to play at the next level.
Days gone by
February 6, 2003