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Cards clamoring for showing at regionals
February 19, 2004
The Bulldogs cruised by Eudora 63-15 and edged Paola 33-28, claiming the regular season league title and preserving its undefeated league record.
Girls parade Panther win
Coach calls Paola victory ‘biggest win’
February 19, 2004
It’s probably the biggest win of the year for us,” said head coach Cara Kimberlin. “And as upset and disappointed as I was against Osawatomie last night, I love them all again tonight.”
Chamber of Commerce Web site ready for business
February 19, 2004
In the short time www.eudorachamber.com had been in existence, Web site administrator Rob Lang told the Chamber members at their annual dinner he had five e-mails, including those from someone moving to Eudora and another inquiry about nearby hotels and motels.
City prioritizing needed capital improvements
February 19, 2004
A southside park, police car computers, and a credit card payment system for City Jall are capital improvements city leaders hope to see come to fruition during the next five years.
Seniors getting special night for honors
February 19, 2004
Eudora USD 491 is planning a special night to recognize seniors for their various honors and distinctions, a celebration that will in turn shorten the graduation ceremony.
Biotech results negative
State turns down USD 491 charter school proposal
February 19, 2004
Eudora USD 491 learned last week it was not chosen as a candidate for a charter school grant. State approval and funding would have meant Eudora High School could have offered a special biotechnology charter school program for select students.
Royal treatment
February 19, 2004
Prejudicial plan
February 19, 2004
Respect for life lost seems absent in judge’s decision
February 19, 2004
Larry F. Wilson
1952-2004
February 19, 2004
John R. “Jack” Schmidt
1974-2004
February 19, 2004
Gammill, Clutchey wed
February 19, 2004
Willard W. Rodgers
1927-2004
February 19, 2004
Rachel L. Moore
1915-2004
February 19, 2004
Edyth M. Cox
1917-2004
February 19, 2004
Mathias Wayne Klinedinst
February 19, 2004
School calendar
February 19, 2004
Community calendar
February 19, 2004
Edwards celebrate 50th
February 19, 2004
Woodward-Hetrick
February 19, 2004
Boys prove to be kings of the Hill
February 19, 2004
Eudora’s first loss was to its top rival that Friday in Baldwin — the Bulldogs rode a huge third quarter to a 68-59 win. The Cards’ rebound-game Monday resulted in a demoralizing 66-43 loss to Osawatomie.
Eudora to save money on vocational classes by running center
February 19, 2004
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education approved a contract with the De Soto district to run the schools’ five programs together without help from the consortium, which ran the Millcreek Center in Olathe, where Eudora and De Soto students had attended.
Peanut butter, marshmallow cream and American football give European teenagersa taste of the USA
February 19, 2004
But Pauline Missling and Kristin Heivoll are not the average Eudora teenagers. The two girls, who hail from Germany and Norway, respectively, are in the United States for 10 months as foreign exchange students. Missling said she was here to experience culture, to be independent, and to become more familiar with the English language.
Bits and Pieces
Local doctor medicated mother’s worries
February 19, 2004
Days Gone By
February 19, 2004