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Community calendar
July 24, 2003
Letters
Schools, not pools
July 24, 2003
Pitt boss
9-year-old Pittman rules both diamonds
July 24, 2003
The unpretentious young star-in-the-making made the baseball and softball diamonds of Eudora her own personal playgrounds during both seasons.
Rebels run over by SME sophomores at season’s end
July 24, 2003
The Rebels competed last weekend in the state tournament at the Johnson County 3 and 2 complex. The team, under the direction of head coach Dirk Kinney and manager John Griffin, fell painfully short of advancing through pool play.
Days Gone By
July 24, 2003
Letters
Gratitude for Beebe
July 24, 2003
Editorial
City needs to give parks and rec head adequate support
July 24, 2003
The Council could help that process by providing the department with more help it was reluctant to add in the past because of apparent personality conflicts.
Kolton James Overcash, Kieghan Marie Overcash
July 24, 2003
Musicks celebrate 40th
July 24, 2003
Steffens celebrate 45th
July 24, 2003
Earl F. Harris
1919-2003
July 24, 2003
Irene R. Donham
1918-2003
July 24, 2003
Regulations, logistics to determine compost pile feasibility
July 24, 2003
City leaders recently announced they were taking preliminary steps to get a compost pile up and working. It would replace the now-closed burn pile, off Main Street north of Fifth, they said during the July 14 meeting.
School’s out for summer, but projects rolling along
July 24, 2003
We plan to have you all in your school by the start of the school year,” David Lassiter of Manning Prosser Wilburt Construction told the Board of Education at its July 10 meeting.
CPA Picnic riding into town
July 24, 2003
CPA schedule
Letters
Story’s other side
July 24, 2003
Sticking with the sheep
4-H’er Hadl’s six-year project one of many on display at fairgrounds
July 24, 2003
This year it will be a little easier for Kari Hadl to part with the sheep she’s been raising and caring for the past few months. After all, this marks the sixth time the 4-H’er has entered sheep in the Douglas County Free Fair, the majority of whose activities begins Saturday in Lawrence.