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Eudora can’t break through finals blues
May 27, 2004
Inconceivably Ward (13-10) once again devastated Eudora (17-3), this time by virtue of a 3-1 last minute come-from-behind victory.
Cyclones sweep Cards
Eudora bows out of state competition
May 27, 2004
The Cyclones ended the seasons of the Eudora Cardinals girls basketball and softball teams. And now the Eudora baseball team can be added to the Cyclone’s list of Cardinal casualties.
Girls punch ticket to Wichita
Girls team, four boys earn state meet berth
May 27, 2004
Eight Cardinal girls and four boys qualified to compete in 16 different events. By virtue of their second-place finish the entire girls team earned a ticket to Wichita.
Days Gone By
May 27, 2004
Auf Wiedersehen
May 27, 2004
Graduates, teachers the pride of Eudora
May 27, 2004
Learning center, first class justify district’s vision
May 27, 2004
Townhomes given chance for go-ahead
May 27, 2004
After volleying between Eudora’s City Council and Planning Commission, plans for an upscale townhome neighborhood in a new Shadow Ridge development are likely to be approved next month, when the Council will consider an ordinance to change zoning on the land south of 28th Street.
Too much water causing pool delay
May 27, 2004
Needed repairs coupled with this month’s wet weather have pushed back the opening of the municipal pool, traditionally a Memorial Day weekend event. With luck, the pool could open in mid-June, said Eudora Parks and Recreation Director Bobby Arnold.
Center upholds tradition
May 27, 2004
The Eudora Community Learning Center graduated nine students Saturday, a handful of whom attended a traditional, if abbreviated, ceremony.
Another year gone by
Class of 2004 bids EHS farewell
May 27, 2004
This ceremony marks an achievement for you and your family as well,” said keynote speaker Congressman Dennis Moore. “You earned it, and this is a milestone you will remember the rest of your life.”