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The lure of a good summer read
June 30, 2005
Eudora Ready for a Fourth of July show
June 30, 2005
Eudora is in store for a Fourth of July to remember. The Independence Day holiday has been a project for Eudora Parks and Recreation Director Bobby Arnold, and he’s predicting this year’s city-sponsored event will out-sizzle last year’s pyrotechnic show.
For local firefighters, it’s training day
June 30, 2005
A rusty brown mock-up of a car stood in the middle of the Eudora Township Fire Department parking lot. Thick cables trailed from it like intravenous tubes. Through the tubes flowed propane, a flammable gas that when lit transforms the unassuming hulk into a very real burning car.
Petition drive shows support for city’s parks director
June 30, 2005
Robert Smoot hopes Eudora Parks and Recreation Director Bobby Arnold won’t lose his job.
Coach sees progress in seven-on-seven drills
June 30, 2005
The second week of the seven-on-seven drills is in the books for the Eudora Cardinals football squad.
Basketball tourney gives Cardinals plenty of action
Cards get tournament experience
June 30, 2005
The Eudora High School basketball team played six games at Blue Valley West over the weekend in the 21-team KAMO Hoops Shootout. Eudora was the only 4A entry in a field that included Olathe, Blue Valley and Shawnee Mission schools plus Missouri powerhouses Lee’s Summit, St. Joe Central and Ozark. Gardner-Edgerton also represented the Frontier League.
Eudora’s bats heat up; Rebels get three wins
June 30, 2005
During the course of a hot and humid weekend, the Midwest Rebels saw fit to bring their bats to Ottawa and raise the temperature a little more.
Mary A. Carroll Sextro
1934-2005
June 30, 2005
Donald W. Davis
1925-2005
June 30, 2005
Arthur W. Blaylock
1917-2005
June 30, 2005
Community calendar
June 30, 2005
Personnel policies need review
June 30, 2005
Keep Eudora dry
June 30, 2005
On the Fourth, a message of unity
June 30, 2005
Eudoran remembers ‘invisible kid’ facing trial
June 30, 2005
Years ago during an ice storm, Eudora resident Sheery Regalado heard a tapping at the front door of her home. She opened the door and saw something that still makes her sad to remember: One of her daughter’s junior high-aged friends — a boy nicknamed “K-State” because of the purple jacket he always wore — was covered in ice and looking for shelter.
Days Gone By
June 30, 2005