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Fate of state vocational training funds unsure
February 24, 2005
Eudora USD Superintendent Marty Kobza is concerned that the Kansas Legislature may be moving toward either reducing or eliminating the funding of vocational education in public schools.
Interchange study good investment
February 24, 2005
Bonnie Jean Robb
1930-2005
February 24, 2005
Evelyn J. Hornberger Breech
1963-2005
February 24, 2005
School calendar
February 24, 2005
Community calendar
February 24, 2005
Senior night surge
Girls turn back Baldwin on senior’s big night
February 24, 2005
With less than two minutes to go in the game, coach Cara Kimberlin told senior Kayla Moyer just what was at stake. “I told her that this could be the last two-and-a-half minutes at home for her,” Kimberlin said. “I told her that she needed to lead this team.”
Wrestlers surprise at Fort Scott regional
Five Cards qualify for state
February 24, 2005
After a strong showing at the Frontier League meet last week, the Eudora wrestling squad hoped to take that momentum into the 4A regionals at Fort Scott.
One year in America
February 24, 2005
Besides being an exchange student, Eudora High School senior Johanna Rahmqvist is an athlete, a scholar, a performer, a linguist and an aspiring doctor.
Mom wants to share pain, joy of autistic children
February 24, 2005
Folks said she and her husband, Michael, have had to learn to be a new kind of parents since Ethan was diagnosed in March 2004 with pervasive developmental delays, the most common form of autism.
Eudora group trained for an emergency
February 24, 2005
The Community Emergency Response Team, known as CERT, graduated eight participants from Eudora this month.
Interchange unnecessary
February 24, 2005
In control
February 24, 2005
Kaup saves best for rival Baldwin
February 24, 2005
Days Gone By
February 24, 2005
Newspapers not totally filled with bad news
February 24, 2005