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Boys’ season sunsets with Sumner’s victory
March 11, 2004
It wasn’t how the Eudora Cardinals boys basketball team had envisioned their season ending — a 60-36 thumping at the hands of Kansas City-Sumner (19-2) in Friday’s semi-final of the 4A sub-state tournament in Lansing.
Blown away
Cyclones seal Eudora’s sub-state fate
March 11, 2004
Eudora watched in disbelief as Ward scored five points in the game’s final 28 seconds, stealing a 52-50 victory and the Cardinals’ ticket to the state tournament.
Wedding hells
Play thrusts an unexpected inheritance on a reluctant groom
March 11, 2004
A handful of teenagers at Eudora High School are facing weighty issues like marriage and parenthood. However, they’re doing so as young, New York professionals in “Allocating Annie,” the school’s spring play, which runs this weekend.
Bachelor pat
March 11, 2004
Changes have planners calling public hearing
March 11, 2004
Changes to a Shadow Ridge development south of 28th Street have prompted a second public hearing on the proposed single-family and townhome development.
Businesses show increased interest in Douglas Co.
March 11, 2004
We’re getting the Douglas County name out there,” Janesko said.
Eudora man’s death accidental, authorities say; train attributed
March 11, 2004
Leavenworth County authorities have decided that the death of a Eudora man whose body was found along railroad tracks last month was accidental.
Excise tax hoped to balance developers’, taxpayers’ needs
City Council expects to get developers’ input next month
March 11, 2004
Although Council members are fairly certain what developers will have to say about a proposed excise tax on new construction, the Eudora City Council will give them a chance to do so at an upcoming meeting, likely in the first part of April.
Days Gone By
March 11, 2004
More history at school than just in class
March 11, 2004
Community identity given consideration as district grows
March 11, 2004
David L. Spellman
1948-2004
March 11, 2004
Delbert R. French Sr.
1934-2004
March 11, 2004
Hilgenfeld-Neis
March 11, 2004
Rachel Ann Pratt
March 11, 2004
Hana Noelle Dingman
March 11, 2004
School calendar
March 11, 2004
Community calendar
March 11, 2004
Define China
Eudora students learn Asian culture from alumnus
March 11, 2004
Eudora 1999 alumnus and world traveler Eric Garrett shared with students some of his experiences on a recent trip to China through the Kansas East Asia Scholar’s Program, which operates on the premise that people in the Great Plains and Midwest know little about Asia and its business culture.