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Getting involved
August 4, 2005
Doors open with right push
Don’t let fear of trying lead to acceptance
August 4, 2005
City should assess Eudora’s place in SFAAP progress
August 4, 2005
Manker-James
August 4, 2005
Judith Ann ‘Judy’ Oakson
1938-2005
August 4, 2005
Geraldine Kahle
1935-2005
August 4, 2005
Doris Jean Jameson
1926-2005
August 4, 2005
School calendar
August 4, 2005
Community calendar
August 4, 2005
Cards to open with two home games
August 4, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals open the 2005 football season in the comfort of its home turf. And as a bonus, they get to stay there the following week.
Cardinals to test inaugual Bulldogs
August 4, 2005
It’s another year for the Eudora Cardinals soccer team. This time around there may be hope for the improvement of the program. The 2005 schedule puts the Cards in position to see where they stand at this point in the program’s existence.
Ballocks ready to bring sist act to cross-country
August 4, 2005
A few months removed from a successful run at state, the Ballock sisters aren’t resting as they prepare for another season of running at Eudora High School.
Elmer-Bergkamp
August 4, 2005
Governor Sebelius approves Sunflower transfer plan
August 4, 2005
The transfer of the Sunflower Army Ammunition plant from the federal government to a private developer made significant progress last week and could be completed Wednesday.
Local 4-H’ers make their notch in Beltway
August 4, 2005
Kari Hadl remembered one of her trip mates bringing home an uncommon souvenir from their recent trip to Washington D.C.— a guitar pick. Hadl’s trip mate didn’t catch the pick from some longhaired heavy metal balladeer or a famous jazz guitarist, but rather from U.S. Congressman Dennis Moore.
Larges celebrate 40th
August 4, 2005
Adelynn Renee Hunsaker
August 4, 2005
Managing livingtime for a century
At 101 Margaret Raines, retired home economics teacher, author looks back at life as a caregiver throughout the decades
August 4, 2005
Kids get head start on bike safety
County looks to free helmets to spur lifetime use early
August 4, 2005
Eudora kids are becoming hardheaded, and Eudora Township firefighter Sue Coleman likes it that way. Coleman, with help from the Lawrence-Douglas County Fire and Medical, and SafeKids, a child safety organization, provided free fitted bike helmets to more than 25 kids last Thursday evening.
In Blooming Fashion
Rare blossom the life of the party
August 4, 2005
It could be said that Eudora resident Pat Black is serious about her night-blooming cereus. So serious, she had a party last Thursday to celebrate its blooming.