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Governor approves Sunflower transfer
July 28, 2005
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius announced Thursday that she would sign a key document needed if the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant is to be transferred to a private developer.
Dominic Ray Moore
July 28, 2005
Gallinger-Johnson
July 28, 2005
Community calendar
July 28, 2005
CPA kid’s parade conitnues as picnic tradition
July 28, 2005
Russ Bishop sat on the seat of an idling tractor Friday evening in the City Hall parking lot playing chauffeur to three mermaids. Bubbles filled the air. Little cowboys and cowgirls prepared their miniature covered wagon. Beaming parents shuffled with their camera’s clicking off pictures to capture the children’s parade, the latest moments in a Eudora CPA tradition.
Beatty spends first week at job on budget
July 28, 2005
For most people, moving to a new place usually includes certain tasks, among them, drafting a new budget. It’s the same for Cheryl Beatty, but on a monumental scale.
County Fair to bring family fun
July 28, 2005
This year at the Douglas County Fair, don’t be surprised if a goat suddenly doffs a top hat. It’d be perfectly natural to see a steer transform into a hamburger complete with sandwich boards, for a little while.
Council publishes 2006 budget
July 28, 2005
Eudora’s City Council approved a 2006 city budget for publication during Monday night’s council meeting that included a 1.5 mill levy increase.
Riding off into the sunset
July 28, 2005
Parks and rec adds personal touch
July 28, 2005
Days Gone By
July 28, 2005
Rosemary A. Potter
1949-2005
July 28, 2005
Frances L. White Gantenbein
1914-2005
July 28, 2005
Marguerite Harris Bishop
1941-2005
July 28, 2005
Michael P. Ahrens
1956-2005
July 28, 2005
Barr, Coffman vie to come out on top down under
July 28, 2005
When the summer began, former Cardinal wrestlers Josh Barr and Andy Coffman were planning to spend the summer like most of their peers — working and preparing for college. However a pair of letters arrived in the mail that sent their vacations in a totally different direction.
Camps whet appetite for season
July 28, 2005
The start of the football season moved just a little bit closer Monday as the Cardinals began their annual camp at Eudora High School.
James R. “J.R.” Pate Jr.
1914-2005
July 28, 2005
Eudora feels the heat
Temperatures, politics provide community with conversational topics
July 28, 2005
Rebels struggle in elite tourney
July 28, 2005
The Midwest Rebels concluded their final summer session at the National Select Baseball Tournament Association National Invitational Tournament over the weekend. Unfortunately, the results were not exactly what the coach had in mind.
Brouhard looks to impress scouts
July 28, 2005
Most of the fans in the seats were parents and other relatives out to watch the action in the 18-and-under event. But some of the people in the stands had other reasons to watch the players. Those observers were the type of spectators that many young baseball players are the most interested in — the scouts.