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Light Up Eudora winners announced
December 22, 2005
Dear Santa
December 22, 2005
Barr has success at Neosho
December 22, 2005
In a relatively short time things have changed drastically for former Eudora High School wrestler Josh Barr.
Eudora strong in final wrestling meet before break
December 22, 2005
The Eudora Cardinal wrestling team went into the long Christmas break still on the track of progress after a trip to the Emporia Winter Classic over the weekend.
Eudora freshman overcomes challanges to play his sport
December 22, 2005
During a Monday evening practice, Nima Jafari darts around the gym among the other Eudora freshman basketball players, going about the business of screens, defenses and 3-point shots. As the movement is interrupted by a mistake, the head coach blows the whistle and begins to talk to his players about what it was that brought the drill to a standstill.
Special Olympics encourages growth
December 22, 2005
Public forums should be encouraged
December 22, 2005
House earned glowing praise from chamber
December 22, 2005
His trees and light creations in front of his house’s glowing nighttime silhouette has made other people say “wow,” or at least earned him some glowing reviews.
Open council forum scheduled
December 22, 2005
What began as a proposal at the Dec. 12 Eudora City Council meeting to waive rental fees evolved into a New Year’s resolution of sorts. The resolution will be a New Year’s forum focusing on issues and visions for the city as it tackles 2006.
Committee envisions recreation complex
December 22, 2005
In total eight citizens — of varying ages and from different parts of the community — and five staff members met Dec. 14 to imagine the basic scope of what City Administrator Cheryl Beatty said is a badly needed addition to the city.
Health care campus coming to city
December 22, 2005
Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle called it the hardest secret he’s ever had to keep in his life. When he heard from officials at Lawrence Memorial Hospital that they were close to sealing a deal to purchase 21-acres of prime development in Eudora to build a medical campus, he was thrilled but couldn’t say anything until the deal became official. The silence ended Friday.
Shepard-Herrington
December 22, 2005
Lillian Mae Cooper
December 22, 2005
Kenneth W. Quinlan
1918-2005
December 22, 2005
Rose E. Long
1924-2005
December 22, 2005
Buford Thomas Hall
1914-2005
December 22, 2005
School Calendar
December 22, 2005
Days Gone By
December 22, 2005
Christmas deserves its own season
December 22, 2005
Community Calendar
December 22, 2005