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City leaders trim more than a mill by tweaking budget
City considering levying 19 mills on property next year
August 12, 2004
Further tweaking has brought next year’s proposed mill levy back in line with what Eudora property owners experienced this year. By deleting an additional street maintenance worker and new “Welcome to Eudora” signs, city leaders Monday night came up with a proposed budget at 19.021 mills.
Eudora polls heavily favor hometown candidates
August 12, 2004
That support is no more evident than in Brown’s adopted hometown. The Baldwin City native who now calls Eudora home got 86 percent of the vote in Eudora’s four precincts combined, including 90 percent in the central Eudora precinct.
Design, structural improvements crack open city’s front door’
August 12, 2004
Eudora appears to have another grant option to spiff up the city’s “front door.”
Chiefs football fans prepare for pre-season, begin to ‘paint the town red’
August 12, 2004
Summer offers no respite for dedicated EHS athletes
August 12, 2004
These off-season camps provide coaches with their first real opportunities for hands-on player development.
Kracl’s fourth quarter
Buzzer sounds on Kracl’s high school career with all-star game
August 12, 2004
Head basketball coach Cara Kimberlin and her superstar forward Lauren Kracl celebrated the end of a Cardinal era Aug. 4 in Topeka, where Kracl competed in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association’s annual all-star game at Washburn’s Lee Arena.
Up and away
Balloon ride takes birthday present to new heights
August 12, 2004
It’s not something that happens every day — especially at her age,” Musick said.
Days Gone By
August 12, 2004
Bits and Pieces
Animals bring out the best in humans
August 12, 2004
Donations to food pantry are still needed
August 12, 2004
School calendar
August 12, 2004
Community calendar
August 12, 2004
Durkin-Lacle
August 12, 2004
Arletta L. Murray Snodgrass
1924-2004
August 12, 2004
Quiet beginnings
August 12, 2004
Leaders look to equitably distribute cost of growth
August 12, 2004
Sharing of costs needs to be fair for everybody,” said city engineer Cecil Kingsley, adding that would be the city’s toughest job.
Claire Katherine Arnold
August 12, 2004