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Retirement not on mind of nun celebrating 60th jubilee
July 14, 2005
Not everyone gets to celebrate two milestone events in one week. Sister Marcella Schrant celebrated her 60th jubilee June 12 with the Order of Saint Ursula in Paola. Five days later she turned 79 years old. “All I can think of is the Lord has been so good to me to do both because so many people at 79 cannot do things like that,” Schrant said. “Also because my Ursuline community and family and friends have been so supportive and loving all these years.” The first nun Eudora has had in more than 35 years, Schrant feels right at home in a small town as she continues her devotion to teaching and to God.
VanAnn convicted of sex crimes
July 14, 2005
A former Eudora man was convicted of rape and aggravated indecent liberties with a child Tuesday morning in Douglas County District Court after pleading no contest to the charges against him.
Eudora pumps up for blood drive
July 14, 2005
Friday morning a blood vessel zipped through the Kansas highway system. It changed lanes as if it were in an artery a mile wide and finally stopped in the C&S Market parking lot.
Kobza happy with resolution to school finance impasse
July 14, 2005
After a 12-day special session that had legislators locking horns with the Kansas Supreme Court, the state will be sending Eudora Unified School District No. 491 a long-awaited funding increase.
Homefront stay short for GI mom
Burns returns to Iraq deployment after 15 days with Eudora family
July 14, 2005
To Stacy Burns, a member of the United States National Guard, 15 days of leave time seemed almost painfully short. Burns spent from June 27 to July 13 reconnecting with her family, back from Camp Anaconda near Balad, Iraq.
Ongoing patterns
Quilters gather for ‘good talk and a good stitch’
July 14, 2005
A crowd of women and one man watched Martha Heimbaugh’s every move Tuesday night. She hovered over a box filled with sloshing chemicals. Blot by blot, she added drops of brightly-colored dye. The colors spread like oil on water.
Erratic weather leaves mark on wheat harvest
July 14, 2005
George Abel had high expectations for this year’s wheat harvest, until Kansas farmers experienced an unusually late freeze in May.
Support appreciated
July 14, 2005
Why change now?
July 14, 2005
Community support applauded
July 14, 2005
Royals foil Rebels once again
July 14, 2005
The Midwest Rebels took on Louisburg over the weekend and came out of the contest with a hard fought 3-2 win in nine innings.
Open-mat night keeping rust off grapplers
Coach DeWitt makes Monday mat day
July 14, 2005
During the summer it’s easy for an athlete to throw a football, find a basketball court or step onto the baseball diamond in an effort to keep the edge on their game. However, if the athlete happens to be a wrestler, things become a little bit harder. That’s where Cardinal wrestling coach Bill DeWitt comes in.
Cozy village’ changing
July 14, 2005
School funding peace temporary
July 14, 2005
Nellie “Jerry” Nordstrom
1913-2005
July 14, 2005
Bud Thomas Medlock
1921-2005
July 14, 2005
Eva Emily Jardon
1912-2005
July 14, 2005
Ira Elsworth Hubbard
1914-2005
July 14, 2005
Richard J. Christenson
1959-2005
July 14, 2005
Community calendar
July 14, 2005
City Council retains Arnold, lets Boyer go
July 14, 2005
Halfway through Monday’s Eudora City Council meeting as the council was secluded in executive session, Bobby Arnold walked around in what he called “a fog.”
Days Gone By
July 14, 2005
Bomber Brouhard finds range
QB connecting on deep passes in seven-on-seven
July 14, 2005
After a break for the Fourth of July, the Eudora football team got back into action with the third of four seven-on-seven practices at St. Thomas Aquinas High School.
Eudora Sluggers bow to Baldwin in tourney
July 14, 2005
Jace Anthony Jackson
July 14, 2005