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Coach encourages players to appreciate high school sports atmosphere
August 19, 2004
Webb has grown increasingly frustrated by the fading priorities of student athletes, more specifically with the motivations of athletic participation at the high school level.
Athletes serve as ambassadors to community
August 19, 2004
I believe whole-heartedly that athletes are the supreme ambassadors of the community they represent with the name on their uniform.
Friday night lights shine again
Cardinals take the field Sept. 3 at Wellsville versus the Eagles
August 19, 2004
To repeat a district championship and advance deeper into the playoffs this season, the Cards must first address a turnover in 11 of 22 starting positions.
War paint
Eudora teenagers use communication, teamwork to make a big splat
August 19, 2004
Along with Martin and Stouder, a Eudora High School sophomore, the team comprises other Cardinals as well — sophomore Tim Durkin and freshmen D.J. Fritzel, Kelson Boyer, Logan Hartpence, Connor Hartpence and Anthony Barta. The team split into two teams Saturday for a competition in Overbrook.
Nottingham parking lot to stay open; motorists discouraged from using cut-through
August 19, 2004
Instead of erecting a gate, the Board decided to increase the school resource officer’s patrolling of the area for cut-through traffic.
Priceless art: District nixes proposed fees
August 19, 2004
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education didn’t support a request to charge high school artists a $15 fee to pay for supplies.
District counting on kids
Budget reflects conservative estimate of new students
August 19, 2004
Having to republish the budget the USD 491 Board of Education approved Aug. 12 would mean more students showed up for classes this week than expected.
Days Gone By
August 19, 2004
Small-town advantages made clear in Eudora
August 19, 2004
New downtown grant opportunity owes much to Yanez
August 19, 2004
Dean F. Schneider
1924-2004
August 19, 2004
Ostrander-Votaw
August 19, 2004
Frank H.Gage
1924-2004
August 19, 2004
Nancy L. Decker
1945-2004
August 19, 2004
School calendar
August 19, 2004
Community calendar
August 19, 2004
Going overboard to stay afloat
ENC crew crafts seaworthy cardboard watercraft
August 19, 2004
The “Lifesafers” from the local nursing center competed against nearly 40 other area businesses and organizations in the Leadership Lake Challenge, put on by the Lawrence-Douglas County Chamber of Commerce.
Ziesenis-True
August 19, 2004