Archive for Thursday, March 4, 2004

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Curriculum program aims to unite all grade levels
March 4, 2004
By having teachers from Nottingham mingle with high school teachers, Roach said teachers were able to see how the things students learned in elementary school affected what they would learn at the upper levels.
School history not forgotten in district plan
March 4, 2004
Emphasizing historical preservation was part of the message that came out of a district-wide long-range planning meeting last week.
Flat in the hat
March 4, 2004
Gardner sows the winning seeds
Cards return and out-muscle Lions
March 4, 2004
A single second separated the Eudora Cardinals girls basketball team from a five-game winning streak.
Boys serve heart-stopping 61-59 win over Gardner
March 4, 2004
For the second time in as many games, Cardinal senior Chris Gabriel delivered a last-second, game-winning shot, this time sinking the Gardner-Edgerton boys 61-59 on their senior night.
A Barr-none winner
Junior returns with sixth-place win
March 4, 2004
Josh Barr (189-pounds) competed Friday and Saturday in Wichita at the Kansas 4A State Wrestling Tournament. Barr’s 2-3 record earned him a sixth-place medal and a trip to the podium.
Small-town demand boosts Eudora’s valuation increase
March 4, 2004
Although Lawrence was understandably assessed higher, Douglas County Appraiser Marion Johnson said Eudora and other small communities in the county again saw a greater percentage increase than Lawrence for the same reason they did last year — the demand for housing in small towns.
Let them play ball
March 4, 2004
Recent activity in City Hall encouraging
March 4, 2004
Community calendar
March 4, 2004
Robert W. Merrifield
1937-2004
March 4, 2004
James W. Davis
1954-2004
March 4, 2004
John E. Mummaw
1919-2004
March 4, 2004
Information-driven
Kiosks, meetings inform Eudorans about K-10 study
March 4, 2004
KDOT’s public involvement liason, Maggie Thompson, said the department had an effort underway to place kiosks at strategic places in corridor communities. It was suggested to place them at the Eudora Public Library and at Eudora City Hall.
Hobby horses
Local woodcarver lends a hand in refurbishing antique carousel
March 4, 2004
Eudoran Pete Lawson and about seven other volunteers are entrenched in a project to revive old carousels and their horses, specifically those made by C.W. Parker in Leavenworth.
Movie stirs ‘Passions’ in movie-goers
March 4, 2004