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Peterson-Williams
September 11, 2003
Chambers, Hammerschmidt exchange vows
September 11, 2003
Miranda Rose Faircloth
September 11, 2003
William E. Merkel
1963-2003
September 11, 2003
Dad’s treat
September 11, 2003
Talent show, crafters returning to EudoraFest
September 11, 2003
Last year’s talented addition to EudoraFest is back for an encore. The talent show will return to the community-wide event, slated for Oct. 4.
AT&T returns call for cellular tower
September 11, 2003
The Eudora Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing next month regarding placement of a tower in the 400 block of West Seventh Street, a spot that AT&T’s site scout Bob Herlihy said would work well for the company’s cellular program.
Developers want to open new Pinecrest to all ages
September 11, 2003
Commercial Group, which has built the three Pinecrest senior citizen apartment complexes in northwest Eudora, wants to make its fourth venture open to people of all age groups.
Budget passed
Fire, police funding discussion continues
September 11, 2003
The budget calls for nearly a half a mill increase, which City Administrator Mike Yanez said was good considering the two mills the city stood to lose from the state. On a $175,000 residential property, the 17.628 mill levy would amount to about $350, a less than $10 increase since last year.
Young runners shine in season’s kickoff meet at Anderson Co.
September 11, 2003
In competition Saturday in Garnett, the Cardinal girls finished second and the boys eighth.
Cardinals fall 4-1 in first home match
September 11, 2003
Again the Cards hoped to capitalize on the weaknesses of a new program. And again Eudora was disappointed. The Panthers defeated the Cardinals 4-1.
Eudora stomps Buffaloes
Cardinals pull out 20-13 win in opener against Prairie View
September 11, 2003
Eudora began its season Friday night in front of a large and eager crowd at Laws Field, where the Cards defeated the Buffaloes of Prairie View 20-13 in a difficult and possibly costly contest.
Start anew with sales tax bill
September 11, 2003
Legislators need to reverse their mischief when they return to Topeka next January. No change should be enacted until fully accurate data of all sales tax jurisdictions is available.
School calendar
September 11, 2003
Community calendar
September 11, 2003
Days Gone By
September 11, 2003
Bits and Pieces
Water wets our appetite for fun, caution
September 11, 2003