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Catching static
March 6, 2003
Ben Franklin (as portrayed by re-enactor John Walburn) demonstrates static electricity by moving a dangling string with a comb he had a student “charge” by brushing it through her hair.
Wright-Friend
March 6, 2003
Equitable tax relief would benefit Eudora seniors
March 6, 2003
The annual change of valuation notices started arriving in Eudora mail boxes this week. They probably brought sticker shock to many in a city that saw homes increase 16.6 percent on average.
Cardinals bounce back from road loss with win
March 6, 2003
Eudora squared off against visiting Gardner-Edgerton on senior night Feb. 27. The Cardinals, coming off a heartbreaking 59-55 double-overtime loss at De Soto, rebounded with an overwhelming 56-36 thumping of the Trailblazers.
Cards bring home state medals
Eudora finishes 17th in 4A
March 6, 2003
Two Eudora seniors brought home medals from last weekend’s 4A state wrestling tournament in Wichita. Michael Paxton finished as the runner-up at 215 pounds, and Shane Grant took fifth at 275. Sophomore 103-pounder Andy Coffman added a win, and the trio led the Cardinals to 17th place.
Captains make RFL smooth sailing
March 6, 2003
A meeting at 7 p.m. March 24 at Eudora West Elementary School, 1310 Winchester Road, will kick off the event for Relay for Life team leaders.
Community calendar
March 6, 2003
School calendar
March 6, 2003
Ellyn Rose Logsdon
1927-2003
March 6, 2003
Gerald Raybern
1945-2003
March 6, 2003
Agnes M. Rossman
1904-2003
March 6, 2003
Dorothy Wadsworth
1930-2003
March 6, 2003
Dolores E. Werner
1937-2003
March 6, 2003
Quarry quandary splits planners
Eudora commission vetoes recommendation
March 6, 2003
A quarry expansion proposed southeast of Eudora garnered the support of the Douglas County Planning Commission, while the Eudora Planning Commission doesn’t want to see the operation resume and expand northward.
City Council candidates weigh in on downtown revitalization
March 6, 2003
Eudora’s four candidates for City Council agreed the city and its governing bodies should play a role in rebuilding the town’s center rather than leaving development up to the fickle and precarious nature of the market.