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Mary L. Graves
1939-2003
June 26, 2003
LouAnn George
1942-2003
June 26, 2003
Pressing matters
Printing business puts Blue Collar on shirts, etc.
June 26, 2003
One of Eudora’s newer proprietary ventures is an underground business. Literally in the fact that it’s housed in the basement of the Quilting Bits and Pieces and Grand Central building downtown; figuratively in the fact that many locals, including curious law enforcement officers, weren’t aware it was there.
Pool bond election slated for Aug. 26
June 26, 2003
A new pool proposal hopes to make a splash with voters — again.
Basketball camp reaffirms coach’s principles, philosophies
June 26, 2003
Despite the 90-degree temperatures, it looks like winter in Eudora. Cardinal coach Scott Stein turned off the off-season Monday by reassembling the Eudora basketball team to participate in an annual mid-summer camp.
Rebels pack up rivalries
June 26, 2003
High school baseball seasons don’t end: They evolve.
Community calendar
June 26, 2003
Thomas L. Burns
1919-2003
June 26, 2003
Douglas Polzin
1955-2003
June 26, 2003
Comp plan update opportunity for residents
June 26, 2003
A draft update of the Eudora Comprehensive Plan is nearing completion. A public comment session is scheduled before the Eudora Planning Commission July 2. The public hearing will be Aug. 6.
Council upholds admin’s role in city
June 26, 2003
As the city of Eudora neared one year operating with a city administrator among its ranks, the position’s role was brought into question by two Council members concerned with maintaining elected officials’ roles in the city structure.
Safety fair firing up Saturday
June 26, 2003
Nearby residents are probably used to seeing area firefighters hosing down burning buildings or monitoring controlled burns in the countryside, but volunteer firefighter Sue Coleman is pretty sure they don’t envision the other services Eudora Township firefighters provide.
Eudora history
June 26, 2003
Letters
June 26, 2003