Archive for Thursday, April 1, 2004

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Margareta Villegas
1935-2004
April 1, 2004
John E. Norcross
1946-2004
April 1, 2004
Adam M. Kosanke
1981-2004
April 1, 2004
Louie L. Kindred
1924-2004
April 1, 2004
Henery Reed Cromwell
1995-2004
April 1, 2004
School calendar
April 1, 2004
Community calendar
April 1, 2004
Illogical measures
April 1, 2004
Bits and Pieces
Book excerpt offers words of comfort
April 1, 2004
House education funding measure deserves support
April 1, 2004
Energy audit saves Eudora schools’ money
April 1, 2004
By making the heating and cooling a little more efficient in Eudora classrooms, USD 491 hopes to save more than $76,000 annually.
Volunteers in for late night with after prom
April 1, 2004
The party, which provides students a safe, supervised environment for after-prom activity, is in need of about 20 parent volunteers to help run the casino and relay games that have become a staple of the event.
Gas sales help city pay for roads, improvements
April 1, 2004
While city officials ponder an excise tax to help pay for road improvements around Eudora, the city currently uses several means to pay for transportation upgrades around town.
Cardinals return six state athletes to track team
April 1, 2004
News flash — track and field doesn’t go anywhere. It just exchanges the glory of the world stage for a purer form of competition such as that found at the high school level.
Eudora’s red hot
Cards grab second, third at Snowball Relays
April 1, 2004
Wellsville’s Snowball Relays were aptly named this year. The March 30 season-opening meet was met with a crisp 39-degree chill. As for the Eudora Cardinals track and field team, it was hot.
Making a joyful noise
Church youth raise money for food pantry
April 1, 2004
Youth from churches across Eudora came in on their spring break to practice for “A Walk Through Time,” a variety show that features songs from the 1950s to today.