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Spend wisely
February 12, 2004
Writer’s Block
By any similar name, towns still not as sweet
February 12, 2004
Hewitt begins duty
February 12, 2004
Sands graduates
February 12, 2004
Harper Rae Schreiner
February 12, 2004
From the bench
Real action not on field but in the bleachers
February 12, 2004
Cardinals try to weather make-up wrestling meet
February 12, 2004
The storm didn’t do the Cards any favors either. School was closed Thursday and Friday — no meets, no practice. The reschedule then created a situation where the Cardinals wrestle three times in five days.
On the rebound
Eudora bounces back
February 12, 2004
The Eudora Cardinal girls basketball team (11-4) has learned that to be the best they have to beat the best.
City determined to adapt to growth
February 12, 2004
Dearld S. Robinson
1928-2004
February 12, 2004
School calendar
February 12, 2004
Community calendar
February 12, 2004
Busy EMS service seeking more volunteers
February 12, 2004
Beginning next month, a first-responders class will be offered to Douglas County residents interested in volunteering for the EMS.
Leaders mull taxing developers
Excise tax finances transportation costs associated with added development
February 12, 2004
To deal with the burgeoning costs of growth, the city of Eudora is looking at instating an excise tax on new development.
Eudora man’s body found near De Soto
February 12, 2004
Eudorans urged to be aggressive in economic development
February 12, 2004
Getting life science commerce and other businesses as well would take an active effort on the part of those Eudorans with a vested interest in the city’s commercial future, he said, especially with the life sciences money and resources available between Kansas University, KU Med and various Johnson County firms.
City ready for subtle makeover
February 12, 2004
A series of projects that would spruce up Eudora are hoped for the city this year. Mayor Ron Conner delivered a state of the city address Saturday night during the Eudora Chamber of Commerce annual meeting, appealing to the Chamber’s help with projects like improving downtown and creating better signage at the city’s entrance points.
The right medicine
Chamber honors physician as Citizen of the Year
February 12, 2004
Holladay, who plans to retire in May after 43 years of practicing medicine in Eudora, was recognized Saturday night as Eudora’s citizen of the year by the Eudora Chamber of Commerce.
Song and chance
Eudora teenager Kim Scherman explores opportunities as a vocalist
February 12, 2004
Most recently, Scherman took her talents to a bigger stage, at the American Modeling and Talent Competition last month in South Carolina, coming home with first place wins in the teen pop and teen country categories.
Days Gone By
February 12, 2004