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Keeping the Relay moving
Cancer survivor Crawshaw and other RV-ers lend behind-the-scenes support
June 3, 2004
Before teams and community members descend on Laws Field for the event’s Friday night beginning, volunteers like Franklin and Lorene Crawshaw are busy blowing up balloons and, in the past, have prepared to sell Relay T-shirts the night of the event.
Sewer improvements project has city looking at adjusting rates
June 3, 2004
To raise additional revenue needed to cover the costs of sewer upgrades throughout Eudora, the city is looking at how it might adjust water/sewer rates.
Friends making Eudora look good
Duo opens salon with services running the gamut
June 3, 2004
Dean and Wisner, business partners and friends from cosmetology school, have opened the salon at 1402-C Church St. “It was something we’d always wanted to do,” Wisner said.
Roll the credits
June 3, 2004
Bits and Pieces
From politics to the Relay, time to come together
June 3, 2004
Community support especially important for this year’s Relay
June 3, 2004
Kurtis Allan Joseph McCormick
June 3, 2004
Luetchens, Neis exchange vows
June 3, 2004
Robert E. Overbaugh
1926-2004
June 3, 2004
Dallas M. Christensen
1943-2004
June 3, 2004
Community calendar
June 3, 2004
Soldier shares Flat Stanley’s Iraqi adventures with Nottingham
June 3, 2004
After returning home May 24, Hartwell turned around May 26 and spoke to Nottingham children about Stanley’s experiences, from going to port to participating in missions. In all, Stanley logged 2.5 million miles across the Middle East.
Days Gone By
June 3, 2004