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Inconsistency haunts girls
Too much bad with good this season for Cardinals
March 10, 2005
Inconsistency. That was the word that coach Cara Kimberlin used to describe the season of the 2004-2005 Eudora girls basketball team.
Child’s Play
Presented Thursday and Friday and Eudora High School
March 10, 2005
After months of hard work, students at Eudora High School are ready to perform their spring play, “Child’s Play.”
Coach Stein saying goodbye
Cards headman leaving after fourth season
March 10, 2005
Next year there will be a peculiar silence on the bench of the Eudora boys basketball team. There will be no more of the familiar shouts of “Why?” and “What are you doing?” that dominated the Cardinal bench and tickled so many crowds during games for the last four years. The season ended for Eudora at Anderson County last week, and it also saw the end of the Scott Stein coaching era.
City spends $20K on development study
Developers request city’s direction for growth
March 10, 2005
Developers have asked the Eudora City Council to complete a study of the city’s middle and east sewer interceptors south of Kansas Highway 10.
City should learn from last week’s water problems
March 10, 2005
Eudora deals with two-day boil advisory
March 10, 2005
A citywide water boil advisory inconvenienced residents, business owners and educators last week after repairs to a city water distribution line did not go according to plans.
Kenneth O. von Achen
1916-2005
March 10, 2005
Rosalind M. Phillips
1931-2005
March 10, 2005
Duane M. Lee
1940-2005
March 10, 2005
Community calendar
March 10, 2005
Generous seniors welcome home Iraqi war vet
Lawrence residents show gratitude to Marine
March 10, 2005
The fanfare Friday at Pioneer Ridge Retirement Center was more than Lance Corporal John Thoennes expected. The 20-year-old Marine recently returned from the city of Najaf, Iraq, where he served for more than eight months helping to repair buildings and utilities damaged by war. He also helped to distribute more than $2.5 million in compensation for Iraqi citizens whose businesses were damaged or who were otherwise unable to earn money because of war in their country.
Cards season full of streaks
Poor free-throw shooting hurts boys team
March 10, 2005
Streaks and free throws were two main themes throughout the 2004-2005 season for the Eudora boys basketball team. The squad started the year with a two-game losing streak and ended it the same way with a crushing loss to Anderson County in the first round of the 4A sub-state tournament. Of all the problems that the 7-14 Cardinals encountered over the season, there was one that particularly troubled coach Scott Stein.
School calendar
March 10, 2005
Education should address right-, left-brain students
March 10, 2005
Days Gone By
March 10, 2005