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Winchester interchange on table for K-10 forum
June 10, 2004
A Winchester Road interchange on Kansas Highway 10 is getting closer to Eudora — in a way. A conceptual design for on and off ramps at Winchester Road in east Eudora will be part of a forum coming to Eudora later this month.
Durkin taking over local law services
June 10, 2004
Durkin opened her office in early April at 924 Locust St.
Eudorans taking cancer effort to Capitol Hill
June 10, 2004
Hot on the heels of the Relay for Life, several Eudorans are barely taking time to recuperate before dashing off to Washington, D.C., to further pursue cancer research.
Accentuate the positive
Seventh-annual Relay for Life emphasizes hope
June 10, 2004
As the sun sunk behind Laws Field on Friday night, volunteers on the football field lit luminaria that spelled out the simple message “hope.” It was a message reinforced throughout the 12-hour event, which began Friday evening and ended Saturday morning.
Eudora candidates among those filing for primaries
June 10, 2004
Several Eudorans are among candidates for the Aug. 3 primary election who filed with the Secretary of State’s office as of noon Wednesday.
Public pool prepping to open
June 10, 2004
When the pool was ready to open Arnold said patrons could look for signs at key intersections and elsewhere about town.
Opinion
Baseball season turns spectator into Cardinal fan
June 10, 2004
It may be my fascination with the game of baseball. It may be constant contact with the team. It may even be that I — an unbiased journalist — am even a fan. There, I said it.
Falling in ‘love’
Students’ initiative bringing tennis to EHS
June 10, 2004
The curious group wasn’t involved in spring sports and was, quite frankly, a little bored. So they harassed Keltner until he finally agreed to play with them. And thus the Eudora Tennis Club was born.
Coming rate hikes indicates fairness in tapping growth
June 10, 2004
Winona Durr
1904-2004
June 10, 2004
Community calendar
June 10, 2004
Boys end with enviable 18-5
June 10, 2004
Well, head coach Dirk Kinney and his boys did it again. This year’s Cardinals achieved an incredible 18-5 record, earned their region’s top seed and finished second in the Frontier League.
Days Gone By
June 10, 2004
Bits and Pieces
Relay still flourishing after seven years
June 10, 2004