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Branden Joseph Gregory
October 21, 2004
Logan Thomas Schmidt
October 21, 2004
Eudora runners’ success at Rim Rock stone cold with 3rd, 8th places
Graff, Ballock take home hardware from Frontier League meet Oct. 14
October 21, 2004
The girls’ unified efforts solidified a third-place finish for Eudora as a team. The Cardinal boys tallied eighth as a team.
Eckhardt-Hamlin
October 21, 2004
Reed, Spurling wed
October 21, 2004
The Cards strike back
Eudora comes off loss with 49-13 win
October 21, 2004
Eudora (5-2) capped off a week of homecoming festivities by smothering Santa Fe Trail 49-13 with a steady dose of its traditional smashmouth brand of ball.
Soccer team anticipates senior night
October 21, 2004
Eudora’s latest soccer matches ended like too many earlier games this season. The team was mercy ruled Monday and Tuesday in a pair of 10-0 loses to Ottawa and Tonganoxie.
Eudora takes tourney
Volleyball victorious at McLouth, second in league
October 21, 2004
The team captured the tournament championship Saturday at the McLouth Invitational and finished second in the Frontier League after chalking up two league wins Tuesday night in Eudora.
Homeowners responsible for sidewalks, city says
October 21, 2004
After several discussions about who’s accountable for repairing sidewalks, the Eudora City Council agreed with the precedent — that property owners should shoulder the cost.
Every day a Monday at Eudora bar
Eudora couple purchases Gilded Cage and turns local bar into Cecil Monday’s
October 21, 2004
A lot of people who didn’t use to come here come here now,” said Roger Rose. He and his wife, Terri, bought the Gilded Cage, 2229 N. 1400 Road, and since Sept. 23 it’s been Cecil Monday’s Bar and Grill.
Appreciative car hops
October 21, 2004
Downtown’s future bolstered by interest
October 21, 2004
Spirit aflame
Parade, bonfire for homecoming festivities
October 21, 2004
Eudora High School students and school supporters gathered Oct. 14 after the homecoming parade for a pep rally and bonfire.
Ralph L. Rees
1931-2004
October 21, 2004
Barbara Kirkman
1928-2004
October 21, 2004
Ruby F. Herd
1918-2004
October 21, 2004
Florence L. Beers
1922-2004
October 21, 2004
School calendar
October 21, 2004
Community calendar
October 21, 2004
Assessment scores online
District bridging the gap for economically disadvantaged
October 21, 2004
Districts are trying to bridge the gap between the achievement of economically disadvantaged students and their economically advantaged peers. That means No Child Left Behind puts the district’s focus on getting students out of the lowest scoring categories, said Superintendent Marty Kobza. However, Kobza also said Eudora’s schools were also concerned with getting already-proficient students to perform at the advanced and exemplary levels. “We’re trying to (improve) across the board,” Kobza said.
Bits and Pieces
Season for Eudora to turn over a new leaf
October 21, 2004