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Splish splash
June 2, 2005
Avery Oetting, 19 months, enjoys a day at the pool with her parents Greg and Crystal Oetting. The Eudora Municipal Pool opened for the season Saturday and has been busy ever since.
Kudos to speaker
June 2, 2005
Thank you, Patrick Everley, for coming and speaking at the Eudora High School Class of 2005 graduation ceremony.
Newcomer appreciated
June 2, 2005
I would like to offer a few words of appreciation to all those people and organizations involved in providing and building the directory at the Eudora Cemetery, but I especially want to thank Tom Tucker.
Wrestling club supported
June 2, 2005
I am writing in response to the article published in May 26 issue of The Eudora News.
Datebook
Community Calendar
June 2, 2005
More research needed?
June 2, 2005
A couple of weeks ago, the City Council decided to spend more time on researching a possible name for the Prairie Park in Eastern Eudora.
Rachel Marilyn Driskell
June 2, 2005
Just the facts
June 2, 2005
As I read through The Eudora News, as I do every week, I came to an article that was very misleading. This article that I am pertaining to is “Wrestling coaches aim to teach hard work, spirit.”
Myers-Ketcham
June 2, 2005
Memorial Day service lauded
June 2, 2005
I would like to take an opportunity to express a thank you to Tom Tucker, who chaired the project for the new cemetery directory placed in the Eudora City Cemetery.
Kittie Shell Young
1915-2005
June 2, 2005
Something to celebrate
June 2, 2005
When the woman stood up at (the Eudora High School) graduation and yelled, “Pat, we’re here to celebrate” she completely floored the crowd with what can only be termed crassness.
Mary Alice Kimberlin
1919-2005
June 2, 2005
A salute to degrees hard earned
Education offers its own reward
June 2, 2005
With a recent number of graduations in the news, there are several “triumph over tragedy” stories pertaining to how important graduation is to all of us.
Kendrick M. Gibler
1933-2005
June 2, 2005
Involvement key to preserving community
June 2, 2005
Those interested in a community’s history could do worse than starting in its cemetery.
Citizen planning downtown farmer’s market
June 2, 2005
Plans are being made for a farmer’s market to open in downtown Eudora this summer.
Wrestling club remains active
June 2, 2005
Channeling Mark Twain, Jim Goodwin said rumors of the Eudora Wrestling Club’s demise are very much exaggerated.
Retail liquor may be in store for Eudora
June 2, 2005
Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle thinks having a liquor store in town is a fine idea. And, thanks to the Kansas Legislature, it might become more than an idea in the near future. A new state liquor law would allow any city in Kansas to have a liquor store unless the governing body voted to ban such stores. If the City Council took no action, Eudora would become a wet city Feb. 16, 2006, said Sandy Jaquot, League of Kansas Municipalities Director of Law.
Property owners hold answer to downtown
Mayor says building owners must take responsibility
June 2, 2005
Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle said he wasn’t surprised when the Kansas Department of Transportation denied the city’s grant application. A grant request was written in 2004 asking KDOT for money that would have helped pay for improvements to the city’s downtown sidewalks and parking.
Freshman Ballock golden
Young runners pace Eudora girls to 10th-place finish at 4A state track meet
June 2, 2005
There were people everywhere. A field full of media members and a stadium full of spectators were all on hand in Wichita for the state track and field championships.
Days Gone By
June 2, 2005
Club not being replaced
June 2, 2005
That which does not kill you will only make you stronger.”
Kimberlin hopes to build on near miss
June 2, 2005
Near the gym at Eudora High School, there is a hallway where the plaques and trophies of past Cardinal teams and individuals mark their place in the school’s history.
Family finds special meaning in Relay
June 2, 2005
Each year, the Eudora Relay For Life committee tries to motivate individuals to participate and help raise money for the American Cancer Society. But Tina Payne’s motivation is built in.
Still little joy among Cardinals
League title, 19 wins not enough
June 2, 2005
It was a disappointing year for the Eudora Cardinals.