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West students’ essays take top places
May 6, 2004
Through such preparation, the students were able to get their point across in a recent statewide essay contest sponsored by the Alpha Iota Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority’s Law Day award event Saturday in Topeka. West students took the top three places in the poster and essay contest. The prompt was “To Win Equality by Law: Brown v. Board of Education.”
Raising awareness
May 6, 2004
Old greeting cards speak volumes about moms
May 6, 2004
Days Gone By
May 6, 2004
No fury like coming off losses
Eudora lets loose on Osawatomie in 16-1 nightcap
May 6, 2004
Eudora cruised past the Trojans 7-2 in game one before unleashing a 16-1 barrage in the nightcap.
Silver Lake tarnishes track record
May 6, 2004
The Cardinal girls managed a team silver at Silver Lake with 117 points. Royal Valley edged Eudora by just five points for the coveted team championship. The boys brought back bronze with their 74 points.
World record broken at Laws Field meet
May 6, 2004
Scott Russell, a two-time collegiate champion and collegiate record holder in the weight throw, and one of the “all-time greats” at Kansas University, broke a world record in the turbojavelin during the Eudora Middle School Invitational track meet.
Scrap mettle
Mother-daughter partners open scrapbook store
May 6, 2004
As avid scrapbookers, the two have opened Family Memories at 706 Main St. The store is open weekends until May 24.
Storm awareness, planning important in springtime Kansas
May 6, 2004
Tom Pitts
1936-2004
May 6, 2004
Justin J. Spence
1918-2004
May 6, 2004
Lavinia E. McEndree
1926-2004
May 6, 2004
They don’t realize the stuff we handle’
Eudora’s city clerks keep Eudora running from the other side of the counter
May 6, 2004
Eudorans will have an opportunity to get a glimpse of the city’s offices Friday during an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday at City Hall, 4 E. Seventh St. The event is part of a week recognizing the nation’s city clerks.
Drama club
Two homers, 10 innings; no problem
May 6, 2004
Usually when a softball team surrenders two homeruns in one game it is in for a long night. But the Eudora Cardinal softball team just used it for dramatic purposes.
Economy, education matters
May 6, 2004