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Days Gone By
March 24, 2005
McFarlane-Kurtz
March 24, 2005
Be mindful of bunnies as pets
March 24, 2005
Candidate withdraws
March 24, 2005
I am writing to report that I must, regretfully, withdraw my name from consideration for election to the Eudora City Council.
Relay’s success not measured by past results
March 24, 2005
Two months ago, the Eudora Relay For Life was on life support after its leaders from last year announced they wished to step back from their intense involvement with the annual fund-raiser.
Steve Jacob
1920-2005
March 24, 2005
Matthew G. Hueser
2005-2005
March 24, 2005
Community Calendar
March 24, 2005
Eudora Guardsman surprises family with unexpected visit from Iraq
March 24, 2005
Misti McCormick got a special surprise earlier this month when her husband, Kurtis McCormick, walked through the front door unexpectedly.
Candidates favor benefit districts, commercial growth
March 24, 2005
City elections are less than two weeks away, and signs have sprouted up around Eudora imploring residents to vote for candidates and causes.
Plans made for all-day kindergarten
March 24, 2005
By the 2006-2007 school year, kindergarten students in Eudora will no longer go to school for only half a day, according to Eudora USD 491 Superintendent Marty Kobza.
School Calendar
March 24, 2005
Duncan Thomas
March 24, 2005
Tuttle
March 24, 2005
Burchett
March 24, 2005
School Board hopefuls keeping eyes on growth
March 24, 2005
School Board candidates agree that the growth facing Eudora USD 491 is a major concern that will have to be monitored and continually planned for.
Jayhawks took winning, success for granted
March 24, 2005
How painful it was.
State goal of baseball team
March 24, 2005
The 2005 baseball season begins Monday for the Eudora Cardinals and this year they look to go one step further.
On their mark, set
Cardinal track coach optimistic with season-opening meet a week away
March 24, 2005
Eudora’s track season begins Tuesday and for Cardinal head coach Phil Katzenmeier, things couldn’t be better.
Attempts to reach out to ‘different’ students
March 24, 2005
My column two weeks ago was devoted to the exceptional student — the one who stands out in the crowd and not always in a positive manner and is referred to as the right-brain student.