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February 20, 2003
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February 20, 2003
Where, oh where has my little dog gone?
A Dalmatian statue that has become a local landmark goes on a wild ride
February 20, 2003
When a pet owner discovers his or her dog is missing, putting up signs, running newspaper ads and cruising the neighborhood calling out the animal’s name seem like natural responses. But what’s a dog owner to do when that pet is a several-foot tall hunk of concrete?
Cardinals suffer 69-22 loss
February 20, 2003
The featured two of the Frontier League’s most formidable inside presences. The Baldwin Bulldogs (19-1, 7-0), winners of 11 straight, boasted a 6-foot-2 junior in Emily Brown, while the Eudora Cardinals (5-11, 2-5) countered with 6-foot junior Lauren Kracl. But Kracl and the Cardinals couldn’t topple Baldwin, losing 69-22.
Highway department could help with signage
February 20, 2003
Before making any sign ordinance changes or variances, the city should look at how the Kansas Department of Transportation might be able to help Eudora advertise its businesses — especially those downtown — from Kansas Highway 10.
No love lost between Baldwin, Eudora in narrow Valentine’s Day victory
February 20, 2003
The Baldwin Bulldogs entered their Valentine’s Day date with the Eudora Cardinals (11-4) with a 5-12 record. But that didn’t matter, when these two rivals met.
Days gone by
February 20, 2003
Losses end duals season at 6-3
February 20, 2003
It was Valentine’s week, and the Eudora grapplers showed a lot of heart. And so did their fans.
Letters
February 20, 2003
Public servants deserve respect for melding empathy with professionalism
February 20, 2003
One of the charms of living in a small town is the opportunity to become acquainted with fellow residents. We know the names of our neighbors and, often, those who live across town. Without prying or being nosy, we learn something of their habits, circumstances and background.
Schools to start earlier next year
Seniors’ open lunch privileges under Board’s consideration
February 20, 2003
Eudora students will have to set their alarms 15 minutes earlier next school year, because the district’s schools will be commencing classes that much earlier.
Pinecrest owners could expand apartments in Eudora
February 20, 2003
The developers of Pinecrest, Eudora’s series of retirement apartments, are considering building more units in Eudora. Don Cooper, vice president of The Commercial Group, told the Eudora Planning Commission earlier this month the company was considering expanding its multi-family housing in Eudora.
Whispering Meadows ready to roar
February 20, 2003
After several years of arrested development, it appears Mutual Savings of Leavenworth will breathe new life in the Whispering Meadows project planned for east of C&S Market.
Quarry digs expanding its operation
February 20, 2003
Rural residents living southeast of Eudora may want to mark Wednesday on their calendars. That’s when the Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission will consider an application from Hamm Quarry of Perry to expand its operation at 1200 and 2400 roads, about two miles east of Eudora High School on the Johnson-Douglas county line. Eudora Planning Commission Chairman Kurt von Achen said the Eudora Planning Commission would meet jointly with the county’s Planning Commission because the quarry was near enough to incorporated Eudora.
Guy E. Webb
1928-2003
February 20, 2003
Services for Guy Edward Webb, 74, Lawrence, will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Bryona P. Wiley
1925-2003
February 20, 2003
Mermis-Minton
February 20, 2003
Moses-Bertels
February 20, 2003