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Benefit district specifications negotiable
May 1, 2003
A proposed benefit district for the neighborhood near the Eudora Nursing Center has the benefit of flexibility, engineers told the Eudora City Council last week during a study session on the project that would bring streets up to current standards.
Win gives Cards a ‘View’ from top
May 1, 2003
The Cardinals found the bucolic landscape of Parker, which had cows and horses munching the grass opposite the right-field fence, to its liking Tuesday as it swept a doubleheader from Prairie View.
Eudora High School track results
May 1, 2003
Highway signage should emphasize Eudora’s uniqueness
May 1, 2003
Recently in this space, we asked the Eudora City Council to reject calls to amend the city ordinance banning signs on Kansas Highway 10. We took the position out of preference for nature uncluttered by commercialization and with the view the city would be better served by embracing the forward-looking possibilities voiced by the K-10 Association, which developed the standards along the route.
Community calendar
May 1, 2003
School calendar
May 1, 2003
Margaret Fetters
1929-2003
May 1, 2003
Merle B. Holladay
1905-2003
May 1, 2003
Virginia B. Southard
1921-2003
May 1, 2003
Leah Nichole Williams
May 1, 2003
After all these years
Class of 1958 reminisces at 45th reunion Saturday
May 1, 2003
The Eudora Rural High School class of 1958 was special, said reunion organizer Elizabeth Woods.
Council revisits
May 1, 2003
After Monday’s Council meeting, Eudora city staff is looking at drawing up an ordinance that would allow the sale of fireworks in the city limits.
Group urges Eudorans to note tax issues
May 1, 2003
A local taxpayer organization is hoping to get more Eudorans involved in local politics, and those wanting to answer the call will have their chance Thursday night. The Douglas County Property Owners Association is sponsoring a taxpayers’ meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Building 21 on the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Relays chill Cards’ hot streak
May 1, 2003
The momentum the Eudora High School track teams have built with steadily improved finishes cooled somewhat Friday at their own Cardinal Relays.
Spring Hill deals Eudora twin losses, takes one hit from Prairie View
May 1, 2003
Last Thursday’s softball match-up between the Spring Hill Broncos and Eudora Cardinals may have been a rain out. The make-up game four days later was a wash as Spring Hill cruised to an 11-0 triumph in game one and rallied for a 4-3 victory in game two.
Days gone by
May 1, 2003
Jaylee Kay Clarke
May 1, 2003