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Community calendar
March 18, 2004
Cardinal boys achieved despite small team, outside shooting
March 18, 2004
Its 11 losses were the product of those deficiencies getting even. The greatest and most glaring of those deficiencies was the team’s inability to consistently score from outside.
Wrestling statistics deceiving
March 18, 2004
The Eudora Cardinals varsity wrestling team finished the 2003-2004 season with a record of 166-236. That’s 70 matches below .500. The season was an obvious failure, right? Wrong.
Sewer upgrades to carry city to 2010
March 18, 2004
he cost for a first phase of sewer upgrades has risen to nearly $900,000. But the good news is the projects could carry the city into 2010.
Spring break springs forward in 2005
Eudora schools align break with De Soto, Olathe districts
March 18, 2004
The change from Eudora’s traditional spring break, which aligned with Kansas University and the state’s other regents schools, will benefit Eudora and De Soto students in the vocational education program.
At long last, a name
Building designated ‘Eudora Community Learning Center’
March 18, 2004
As of March 11, the downtown building with a bevy of different names to describe it has one — officially. The USD 491 Board of Education agreed on the name Eudora Community Learning Center at last Thursday’s meeting.
The scientific method
Eudora students chart new territory with science fair entries
March 18, 2004
A group of Eudora West Elementary School fourth-graders took their science fair projects in their own hands — literally.
Days Gone By
March 18, 2004
Bits and Pieces
Spring rains bring back flood of memories
March 18, 2004
USD 491 Board missed opportunity to emphasize goal
March 18, 2004
Joyce M. McClenton
1944-2004
March 18, 2004
Abigail Raeanne Watson
March 18, 2004
School calendar
March 18, 2004
Gone with a flash
March 18, 2004
This close
Sub-state loss haunts girls team
March 18, 2004
Eudora enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in recent school history this year going, 16-7 and advancing to the sub-state championship. The devastating closing seconds of that sub-state loss, though, threatens the memory of the team’s remarkable run.
Finding school buildings a perfect balance
Deciding to build new schools means balancing fiscal responsibility, school values
March 18, 2004
Eudora USD 491’s planning consultant, Howard Smith, told the group of administrators, teachers and school patrons last Wednesday that they would have to begin thinking about at what point the district should begin talking to the community about building new schools.