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Second quarter honor rolls released at EHS
January 6, 2005
Community calendar
January 6, 2005
Tea for two
January 6, 2005
Little girls love to make big plans with their best friends. Some plan to marry twin brothers when they grow up or vow they will live next door to each other their whole lives. But Eudora’s Main Street has benefited from the dream of two long-time best friends recently going into business together.
Deluna, team’s effort fall short at Paola
Coach Kimberlin confident toughness will pay off
January 6, 2005
The Eudora girls basketball team lit up the scoreboard Monday night, scoring 65 points behind junior point guard Michelle Deluna. Unfortunately, Paola managed to do a little bit better, as the Panthers downed the Cardinals 81-65 at Paola. “You’d like to think that when you score 65 points you’ll win most of the time,” coach Cara Kimberlin said. “They’re one of the best teams in the league.”
Eudora copes with season’s first ice storm
January 6, 2005
Slippery road conditions and cold temperatures kept many Eudorans inside and off the roads this week as the first ice storm of the season passed through Eudora Tuesday. The freezing rain that began late Tuesday afternoon was followed by snow Wednesday morning, making driving hazardous throughout the area. Students got their first snow day of the year Wednesday as Eudora USD 491 closed schools because of the winter conditions.
City leaders meet with developers to discuss paying for growth
January 6, 2005
City planners and developers seem to agree on at least one thing. If Eudora continues to grow, benefit districts will be needed to finance the extension of utilities and roads. Eudora Mayor Ron Conner and Planning Commission Chairman Kurt vonAchen called a meeting Monday to discuss the future of growth in Eudora and how it would be paid for.
Kansas high court demands funds for schools
January 6, 2005
One week before they returned for the 2005 legislative session, the Kansas Supreme Court gave lawmakers 100 days to find a way to provide additional money for state schools. After his first review of Monday’s court ruling finding the state’s 301 school districts were constitutionally under-funded, Eudora USD 491 Superintendent Marty Kobza said justices held state lawmakers accountable for their own past actions.
Days Gone By
January 6, 2005
Eudora Middle School second quarter honor rolls
January 6, 2005
Relief efforts offer human response
January 6, 2005
James Colby Faircloth
January 6, 2005
Zayden Titus Edge
January 6, 2005
Bartlett-Thomson
January 6, 2005
Bartlett, Jones exchange vows
January 6, 2005
Smith, Hoover wed
January 6, 2005
Raymond D. Reed
1941-2004
January 6, 2005
Lydia M. Lawson
1909-2004
January 6, 2005
School calendar
January 6, 2005
Moyer, ‘Bods enjoy season
January 6, 2005
In a year when all three of the prominent local college football teams finished with losing records, there was something to celebrate among the ranks of Kansas’ Division II schools. The Washburn Ichabods finished a successful season in the Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletic Association with a winning record and a bowl victory.
Eudora men plan local tsunami aid
January 6, 2005
Before Thousands of tsunami relief organizations and volunteers across the globe sprung into action after the 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra island Dec. 26. But for Eudora residents Joe Reitz and Paul Thevarajoo, offering assistance to tsunami victims is something they feel can be done a little more personally and a lot closer to home.
Family’s survival spurs among tsunami’s mysteries
January 6, 2005