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Accident north of Eudora sends two to hospital, one to jail
January 30, 2003
A Linwood man was arrested Friday after a two-car accident north of Eudora that sent one local resident to the hospital.
Cuts trim pool to $2.5 million
January 30, 2003
The cost for a new city swimming pool should not exceed $2.5 million when the question of issuing bonds for the project goes before voters April 1, the Eudora City Council agreed at its meeting Monday night.
Benefit district could benefit 15th Street improvements
January 30, 2003
The Grand Addition prompts grand improvements, and benefit districts might be the future of the Eudora street system.
Cutting core classes not an option, Board says
January 30, 2003
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education got about halfway through a monumental task of prioritizing school services Tuesday night, but it did so with a clearer picture of the budget at the state level.
New school welds form with function
January 30, 2003
As hard-hatted visitors took a tour of the new Eudora High School building Friday they had to sidestep workers who welded, sanded and did whatever else it took to keep the building on track for a fall 2003 ribbon cutting.
Baseball association on the ball with league changes
January 30, 2003
Eudora Amateur Baseball Association organizers hope changes this upcoming season will hit a home run with players and parents rather than leaving them crying foul ball.
Top-Gun toppled
Girls to face Bulldogs in losers’ bracket
January 30, 2003
The Eudora High School girls basketball team started to dominate the first round of the Wellsville Top Gun Tournament against Gardner-Edgerton Tuesday night.
Letters
January 30, 2003
Winter weather brings on brain freeze
January 30, 2003
Being a novice writer, I’ve often heard others who write on a daily or weekly basis say you soon hit a “dry spell.” I think this is it — my very own “dry spell.” In the past, various topics that interested me seemed to leap from my head onto the page, and the words flowed. Well, just like the Kansas landscape, my well has gone dry. And so I will return to my original rather spastic style, which includes several brief topics.
New high school showing its purpose
January 30, 2003
When a community invests in a new facility to the degree Eudora has in its new high school, it wants to get its money’s worth. Eudorans received that assurance last week with the first large gathering at the new high school. Those attending the ceremony, marking the school’s topping out, were treated to a meal, provided by contractors working on the building, and a tour of its interior.
Days gone by
January 30, 2003
Lorraine M. Barnes
1929-2003
January 30, 2003
Community calendar
January 30, 2003
School calendar
January 30, 2003
Cundiff-Dodd
January 30, 2003
Gertrude O. Wyrick
1923-2003
January 30, 2003
James E. Dankenbring
1957-2003
January 30, 2003
Third time’s no charm for Tongie tourney title
After two titles, boys take second in invitational
January 30, 2003
The Eudora High School boys basketball team dreamed of winning its third straight Tonganoxie Tournament title.
Jacob James Gibson
January 30, 2003