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Ethel Franklin Bond
1922-2005
April 14, 2005
Down time
April 14, 2005
Background checks needed
April 14, 2005
As I am sure you are aware by now, Jessica Lunsford, a 9-year-old girl from Florida was kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and subsequently murdered by a registered sex offender.
Assistance Appreciated
April 14, 2005
We would like to express our appreciation to everyone who has helped us through this tragedy in our life (“Home is total loss after devastating fire,” April 7, 2005 issue of The Eudora News).
Arranged marriages offer lesson in durability
April 14, 2005
One of the most fascinating concepts in the country of my childhood is the concept of arranged marriages.
School finance plan gives USD 491 new challenge
April 14, 2005
Lawmakers are taking bows for addressing the Kansas Supreme Court’s challenge to provide additional educational funding with a measure that will boost funding to the state’s school districts by $125 million without increasing taxes.
Spence shedding sister’s shadow
April 14, 2005
A year ago senior Kelly Spence pitched her way on to the 4A all-state team, ate up 135 of the Cardinals 153 innings and compiled a sparkling 1.24 earned run average. And just for kicks, she threw a no-hitter.
Softball team looking to move past early season woes
Cards get break as schedule eases
April 14, 2005
It’s been a rough start for the Eudora softball squad. Quiet bats, blown leads and good opposing pitching have staked the Cardinals to a slow 1-5 start.
Family honors EHS graduate going to war
April 14, 2005
Family and friends gathered Saturday to honor a soldier in the U.S. military who is on his way to Iraq.
Principal finds joy on stage
April 14, 2005
Europe’s longest-running murder mystery is being performed in Lawrence for the next two weekends. “Mousetrap” features former Nottingham Elementary School Principal Tom Jerome.
Conner hands Pyle the reins
April 14, 2005
Former Eudora Mayor Ron Conner said he was ready to hand the gavel over to someone else during his last City Council meeting Monday.
Drive planned for Eudora’s military men and women
April 14, 2005
A donation drive is being planned for April 18 to 29 to collect items to send to Eudora’s men and women serving in the military in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Willadean Istas
1932-2005
April 14, 2005
Lloyd C. Douglas
1930-2005
April 14, 2005
Michael C. Hawkins
1938-2005
April 14, 2005
Edgar J. “Ted” Hamby
1920-2005
April 14, 2005
Lorena A. Shoup Abbott
1914-2005
April 14, 2005
Community Calendar
April 14, 2005
Durkin uncorks school record javelin throw
April 14, 2005
The Eudora assault on the record books continued Friday at the Bobcat Relays. Senior Chris Durkin set a new school record as well as a meet record in the javelin.
Cardinals Kaup shuts down Louisburg
Easy win follows season’s first loss
April 14, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 9-3 victory Monday over Frontier League rival Louisburg.
High notes
Eudora High School choral groups and soloists advance to state competition
April 14, 2005
Eudora High School’s vocal music groups have another reason to sing after last week’s successful performances at the Regional Solo and Ensemble Festival at Baker University in Baldwin.
Sarah Elizabeth Watts
April 14, 2005
Maddox Adair Votaw
April 14, 2005
School calendar
April 14, 2005
Days Gone By
April 14, 2005