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New farmer’s market raising money for teens
October 28, 2004
Eudora business owner and pastor Rob Lang will have a farmers’ market from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday — and each Saturday afterward through Nov. 27 — at 112 E. 10th St., the building and lot immediately west of Annabelle’s Restaurant.
Having a ball
October 28, 2004
Local military mom encouraging prayer, fasting for troops Nov. 5
October 28, 2004
Betty Thoennes is inviting Eudorans to participate in a day of prayer and fasting Nov. 5 in honor of military personnel.
Treasurer candidates trump better service
October 28, 2004
Both of Douglas County’s candidates for treasurer have ideas about providing better service to customers, but Paula Gilchrist and Cindy Monshizadeh have different ways they’d get that done.
Candidates bring work, educational backgrounds to clerk’s race
October 28, 2004
Although the Douglas County Clerk’s office is responsible for a variety of tasks, the clerk’s role in each election is usually most recognizable by voters. And both candidates for the position have ideas about making the voting process a little smoother in Douglas County.
Economic development, discrepancy top senate race topics
October 28, 2004
Candidates vying to represent the 3rd District, which includes Eudora, in the Kansas Senate spoke Oct. 21 in Tonganoxie. Roger Pine, R-Lawrence, and Jan Justice, D-Bonner Springs, are running for the seat.
Girl runners making return trip
October 28, 2004
Megan Ballock qualifies for state for the third time in her three-year career. Brittney Graff, Cara Seats and Tori Tunget qualify for a second time. The next step for the girls is the state meet at noon Saturday in Wamego at the Wamego Country Club.
Cardinals westward bound
Sub-state champion Eudora volleyball off to state at Salina
October 28, 2004
The Eudora Cardinals’ volleyball team is heading to state, picking up where highly-seeded Eudora volleyball teams, softball teams, baseball teams and basketball teams had all fallen short.
Eudora proves king of Hill
Cardinal players buck the Broncos with 28-7 win
October 28, 2004
The Eudora Cardinals (6-2, 2-0) avoided a trap-game with the Spring Hill Broncos (0-8, 0-2) Friday in Spring Hill. The Cards fumbled their way to a 28-7 victory.
Soccer scores within two in final match
October 28, 2004
The Eudora Cardinals (0-16) soccer season met a merciful end Monday with a 2-0 loss to Bishop Ward (3-14) in the first round of the regional playoffs. A pair of first-half breakaway goals was enough for Ward to advance to the second round of play.
Soft palette
Autumn descends on Eudora, bringing muted scenes to the vibrant fall landscape
October 28, 2004
Lions express appreciation
October 28, 2004
Freedom in America
October 28, 2004
Kids Voting worthy of additional volunteer support
October 28, 2004
Loehr, Ellis exchange vows
October 28, 2004
Elvis, Copes wed
October 28, 2004
Avery Ann Williams
October 28, 2004
Hickman-Wyrick
October 28, 2004
June E. Gufler
1915-2004
October 28, 2004
Francis Keith Darr
1919-2004
October 28, 2004
School calendar
October 28, 2004
Community calendar
October 28, 2004
Area attorney challenging current DA
Incumbent Kenney facing Eudora prosecutor Branson for district attorney seat
October 28, 2004
Incumbent Christine Kenney, a Republican, is on the ballot against Democrat opponent Charles Branson in Tuesday’s election.
Real-life homecoming goes beyond reel images
October 28, 2004
Days Gone By
October 28, 2004