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Dual fires in two days keep Eudora firefighters busy
June 5, 2003
Eudora’s first full-time fire chief and its volunteer firefighters were put to the test last week when they fought two structure fires in two days, one at the Pinecrest retirement apartments May 28 and another May 29 at the Grandview Mobile Home Park.
Days gone by
June 5, 2003
Good showing
Cardinal tracksters bring two medals home from Wichita
June 5, 2003
Eudora sent nine of its most-acclaimed athletes to Wichita on Friday and Saturday to compete in the state track meet, which represents the pinnacle of a high school track star’s season.
Softball team makes strides, but progress still needed
June 5, 2003
Before the season started, Eudora High School softball coach Cara Kimberlin said she wanted her 2003 team to play to its potential.
Relay for Life’s other heroes
June 5, 2003
Anyone feeling tired while walking laps a few hours before sunrise Saturday at the Eudora Relay for Life should consider walking a mile in one of the event organizers’ shoes.
Community calendar
June 5, 2003
Bonebrake-Ahlander
June 5, 2003
Donald R. Kraus
1935-2003
June 5, 2003
Downtowners trying to form association
June 5, 2003
The next step in securing Eudora a downtown redevelopment grant is starting a downtown association, grant specialist Donna Crawford told city leaders and business owners at Tuesday night’s study session.
Relay for Life schedule of events
June 5, 2003
Real survivors not on reality television
June 5, 2003
Finally, it’s that time of year —in Eudora anyway — when the word “survivor” takes on a different meaning and no longer conjures up that annoyingly-catchy Destiny’s Child song or the reality television show whose allure seems to have escaped me.
Staying power
38-year cancer survivor sees attitudes change
June 5, 2003
Rita Conner can’t remember when people began using the term “survivor” to describe people like herself.