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Compleza - Brynds
August 11, 2005
Stone brings pulling to the people
Eudoran’s rusted truck proves sport accessible
August 11, 2005
It sets in a driveway looking forgotten, having seen some better days as old cars do. Rust creeps out of nearly every hole from its cab to its bed, and many of its original parts have been gone for quite some time.
Brayden Michael Hamilton
August 11, 2005
City steps up search for new fire chief
August 11, 2005
With the city administrator in place, the Eudora City Council has decided to reassert its efforts in hiring a full-time fire chief.
Pooling resources
City subsidies keep pool open, more competition on the way
August 11, 2005
Monday afternoon’s heat didn’t keep people away from the Eudora pool.
New wellness fair ready to drive Eudora wild
August 11, 2005
Healthy living will drive Eudora wild Saturday.
Gregory S. Longbine
1990-2005
August 11, 2005
Eudora graduate’s son dies from accident injuries
August 11, 2005
Gregory S. Longbine, the 15-year-old son of Eudora High School graduate Gwen Yarnell Longbine, died Wednesday, Aug. 10 as a result of injuries received in a one-vehicle accident in southwestern Lyon County.
Applauding Moore
August 11, 2005
4-H offers all youngsters chance to grow
August 11, 2005
The town’s elevator has been closed for nearly two years, and farmland keeps losing ground to housing development of the city’s every-expanding suburbs. Evidence of the importance of agriculture in the community’s history is becoming harder to find. Still, there is one period every summer when that heritage is celebrated. That is when Eudora youth travel a few miles to the east to take part in the Douglas County Fair as 4-H’ers.
Barta ready to defend goal
August 11, 2005
He watches the games on the television. He gets to see some of the more high-profile teams compete on a regular basis. The sport is one that has captured the imagination of millions. But on his own field, the sport draws a few fans and mostly parents. It’s soccer — a sport that has yet to catch on in many parts of the country.
Kimberlin finds cage home
August 11, 2005
After what looked like a lengthy layoff from the sport of basketball, Cara Kimberlin has landed the position of girls basketball coach at Eudora Middle School. The coach, who was at the helm of the Eudora High School girls squad the past three seasons, said the new opportunity had many benefits —one of which is the reason so many coaches get into the field to begin with.
Luke likes what he sees
New girls basketball coach enjoying football duties
August 11, 2005
Although his title is that of head basketball coach, Ryan Luke has taken on another interest since his arrival in Eudora. Luke, who was hired earlier in the year as the new high school girls basketball coach, is now part of another team: the football staff of the Eudora Cardinals.
Loewenstein
August 11, 2005
Crabtree-Foos
August 11, 2005
Copp-Collins
August 11, 2005
Mary F. Waltz
1931-2005
August 11, 2005
Nellie B. Ryan
1932-2005
August 11, 2005
Edith Hoffine
1914-2005
August 11, 2005
Daniel C. Searls
1963-2005
August 11, 2005
Patricia A. Ash
1939-2005
August 11, 2005
Days Gone By
August 11, 2005
Twins end wartime separation anxiety
August 11, 2005
In the Iraqi desert, Melissa Claggett suffered a near miss.