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School calendar
May 20, 2004
Going the distance
Long races treat Cardinals well at League
May 20, 2004
Eudora’s boys fought to a middle-of-the-pack sixth-place finish. The Cardinal girls delivered a bronze medal performance.
Moyer big in first-round victory
Eudora swoops past Falcons 7-0 in late-game rally
May 20, 2004
In the course of a week the Eudora Cardinals softball program experienced one of its most disappointing losses and most profound wins.
Insuring solutions
May 20, 2004
Community calendar
May 20, 2004
Money raised at Eudora’s Relay benefits local research, programs
May 20, 2004
Olson said the majority of money that will be raised through the upcoming event at Laws Field will benefit research, with programs, services and education falling in behind.
Community Learning Center graduating nine
May 20, 2004
The graduation marks the first-ever for the program, which began last fall at the former Eudora Middle School building, now known as the Eudora Community Learning Center.
Different venue, familiar lineup for EHS graduation
May 20, 2004
The high school anticipates graduating 76 seniors this Sunday.
Voters now asked to solve impasse in education funding
May 20, 2004
Jean L. Scurlock
1921-2004
May 20, 2004
Cardinals primed for Piper playoff
May 20, 2004
This is what the Eudora Cardinals baseball team has been playing for all year. Forget league titles and regional seeding. Eudora wanted a shot at the Piper Pirates.
Circumstance for pomp
Graduation ceremony carries extra meaning for EHS senior Woosley
May 20, 2004
When Woosley receives her diploma with the rest of the Eudora High School class of 2004 on Sunday, she will begin a college and career path she hopes will lead her to a life of working with animals. But the path that will bring this senior to the podium Sunday has had a few more twists and turns than most.
Days Gone By
May 20, 2004
Bits and Pieces
Borrowed advice for departing graduates
May 20, 2004
Members needed for Jaycees to continue
May 20, 2004
A local civic group is about to lose its charter if it doesn’t enlist more members. The Eudora Jaycees needs between six and 10 new members to continue service projects throughout Eudora and beyond.