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Fireworks celebrate Fourth of July
July 7, 2005
There were stars above Greg LeRow, and stars keeping him warm as he sat in his pickup truck looking toward the sky. On his lap rested a quilted version of the American flag. He brought it along to stay comfortable and to celebrate the holiday during Eudora’s annual fireworks celebration.
Program for youths underscores importance of religion
July 7, 2005
More than 60 first- through 12th-graders joined White for the weeklong Totus Tuus program at Holy Family Church. Totus Tuus, Latin for “Totally Yours,” has taken place all over Kansas and the Midwest, but the program was a first for the Eudora church.
Futures of city appointees hinge on Monday meeting
July 7, 2005
At next Monday’s city council meeting, Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle and the council will either reappoint or dismiss a number of city officials, including Bobby Arnold, Eudora parks and recreation director, and Jim Boyer, city superintendent.
Young would-be drivers learn skills, rules in class
July 7, 2005
When class time rolls around, James Robison has a thing for rainy days. He adores it when people don’t signal when they change lanes. A quick stop is a quick smile. That is, of course, if it’s not done by the person sitting next to him.
Population increases more than 4 percent
July 7, 2005
The census covered the roller-coaster population growth in Eudora over the last four years, including a rate that has doubled from 2003-2004.
Community support
July 7, 2005
Youth should be considered
July 7, 2005
Eudora tourney planning requires communication
July 7, 2005
The Tri-County girls softball tournament begins Thursday in Eudora for the eight-and-under group.
Basketball league helps with fitness
July 7, 2005
For some, the summer months bring thoughts of other things. Things that seem more appropriate for cold winter nights: the ball, the hoop and the court. For some of the returning players of the Eudora basketball team, time at the pool is time off the court. And for those not playing on the court, it is a time to help the players stay in shape and stay focused.
Cardinals work way through rough weekend of losses
July 7, 2005
It was a rough stretch for the 16-and-under Cardinal baseball team last weekend. Losses in the first two days were capped off by a loss June 26 to the Belton Pirates.
Rebels come up short against Royals
Team works to pressure KC Royals’ pitchers in dual losses
July 7, 2005
After an offensive outburst in the Ottawa tournament more than a week ago, the Midwest Rebels took the field in Baldwin for a pair of games against the KC Royals.
Location, location
July 7, 2005
Expectations should be clear
July 7, 2005
Arthur Fridblom
1928-2005
July 7, 2005
Doris Marjorie Fisher
1931-2005
July 7, 2005
Community calendar
July 7, 2005
Unsung heroes deserve praise
Hats off to our local firefighters
July 7, 2005
Days Gone By
July 7, 2005