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Kole L. Manley
July 21, 2005
Seven-on-seven success has Webb looking ahead
July 21, 2005
As the summer approaches its final weeks, the pulse of football begins to thump a little louder every day. And as the sun set over the fields of St. Thomas Aquinas High School, the season was that much closer.
Tyler Keith Lowell Myers
July 21, 2005
Constructing Guatemala
Missionaries make difference for Central American clinic
July 21, 2005
For Kay Byrne, the best part of her recent trip to Guatemala happened when she had Bible school for the natives.
CPA Picnic to fete Eudora
July 21, 2005
The annual Central Protective Association Picnic, or CPA Picnic, is back in Eudora. That means three days of festivities, starting today and running through Saturday, will thrill the town with the rides, smells and events that have become a July tradition.
USD 491 votes to increase mill authority
July 21, 2005
When it comes to improving Eudora USD 491’s buildings and facilities, Superintendent Marty Kobza now has more options.
Citizen’s group looks to spark local political awareness
July 21, 2005
Smoot has joined with other local residents to form a community awareness group that strives to put the citizen back in the city forum. The group calls itself ACE, or the Awareness Coalition of Eudora.
Managed growth welcomed
July 21, 2005
Eudora teams top Big Four League
July 21, 2005
Going into the final game of the Big Four League 10-and-younger baseball tournament one thing was certain — a Eudora team would win it all.
Wrestling with heat
Eudora athletes hitting mats at annual summer camp
July 21, 2005
Members of the wrestling squad have been getting together each Monday during the summer for a little conditioning in a loose atmosphere at Eudora High School.
Community calendar
July 21, 2005
Alta P. Wright
1928-2005
July 21, 2005
Richard J. Christenson
1959-2005
July 21, 2005
Marguerite Harris Bishop
1918-2005
July 21, 2005
Days Gone By
July 21, 2005
First impressions count in politics, too
Political antipathy overcome for community involvement
July 21, 2005
Rebels wheel to two of three
July 21, 2005
The Midwest Rebels made it two out of three over the week, and for coach Phil Hannon, it was his team’s wheels that helped the cause.