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Alyson Patricia Dreiling
December 2, 2004
School calendar
December 2, 2004
Auto body students driven to please
Class flooded with customers’ cars used for hands-on learning
December 2, 2004
The students repair cars for the cost of materials plus a requested donation to the program. Although the program has more than enough projects — Daniel fields calls from potential customers at home as late as 10 o’clock at night and on weekends — the instructor said he was always looking for projects that had something to teach the students.
Eudora gets lit
City turns on new holiday decorations
December 2, 2004
Downtown Eudora was eerily dark Sunday night until about 6 p.m. Then the street was illuminated with candy canes, snowflakes, candles and other reminders of the holiday season.
Time again for Late Night to usher in winter sports season
December 2, 2004
Modeled after other Late Night events like the one at nearby Kansas University, the pep rally aims to get fans riled up for the Eudora basketball and wrestling teams.
Alf T.H. Oleson
1916-2004
December 2, 2004
Cards on lookout for go-to gal
Kimberlin working to establish leadership on 2004 girls squad
December 2, 2004
All of our players knew who our go-to person was,” she said. “Lauren was our first look. We don’t have that go-to person now, so everyone is going to have to be a scoring threat.”
Coach hopes strong athletes adjust to the hardwood
December 2, 2004
Eudora had some good athletes who had succeeded in other varsity sports at the varsity level, and Stein said he hoped that would translate to the team’s loss of senior leadership.
Donald Jake ‘Rusty’ Hodge
1931-2004
December 2, 2004
Eudora trails behind Santa Fe
Grapplers come off break to battle third-ranked squad
December 2, 2004
The Cardinals were downed 65-7 in their opening dual against Santa Fe Trail on Monday.
Arthur H. Payne
1933-2004
December 2, 2004
Remembering Ole
December 2, 2004
Lighting ceremony fulfills important community function
December 2, 2004
Community calendar
December 2, 2004
Illumination
New decorations brighten holiday season
December 2, 2004
The city of Eudora and Eudora Chamber of Commerce turned on the city’s new holiday decorations in a special ceremony Sunday night at Eudora City Hall.
Nursing center pharmacist’s legacy
December 2, 2004
Oleson, who went by the nickname “Ole,” died Tuesday at the age of 88.
Bits and Pieces
Snow, shopping reminders of hectic season
December 2, 2004