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Public pool could open Monday
May 29, 2003
If everything goes as planned, the Eudora Pool would be filled with water Friday and open for business Monday, said Eudora Recreation Director Dianna Beebe.
Final farewell
2003 graduates are building’s last
May 29, 2003
As the Eudora High School class of 2003 bid farewell to its friends, classmates and high school years, it was also a time, as valedictorian Mary Johnson reminded, when seniors were saying goodbye to a building that would no longer be Eudora High School.
Frame shop squared away downtown
May 29, 2003
A mobiley named local business has a permanent home on Eudora’s Main Street.
Church recalling Golden memories
May 29, 2003
When the First Southern Baptist Church in Eudora celebrates its 50th anniversary Sunday, the parishioners will worship in a church laid on a foundation of volunteerism — literally.
City leaders exploring brush pile alternatives
May 29, 2003
The city’s brush pile remains closed for the time being, but Eudora city leaders are looking into the possibility of offering composting and mulching services rather than re-allowing residents to burn tree limbs, grass clippings and the like.
Community calendar
May 29, 2003
Garrett Donald Folks
May 29, 2003
Keith Dunavin
1986-2003
May 29, 2003
Sharon R. Shoemaker Nellis
1943-2003
May 29, 2003
Minnie Alice Holladay Ruff
1927-2003
May 29, 2003
Alice E. Smith
1911-2003
May 29, 2003
Nancy K. Thuro
1944-2003
May 29, 2003
Martha K. Lefholz-Wittenberg
1918-2003
May 29, 2003
Goodbye regional, hello state
Cards sending nine to top competition
May 29, 2003
Nine Cardinals are in a Wichita state of mind.
Eudora baseball ends season with solid record
May 29, 2003
Going into the 2003 baseball season the Cardinals established lofty goals such as 15 wins and a state tournament berth. Given the fact that Eudora was under the direction of a new coach and possessed a senior class that had never finished above .500 those goals appeared unrealistic.
Days gone by
May 29, 2003