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Camaraderie, trust keep Eudora’s police on the job
May 19, 2005
Jeff Belveal doesn’t know what his shift will bring when he shows up for work at the Eudora Police Department, and that’s fine with him.
Piper ends Cardinals season
May 19, 2005
Piper upset Eudora in Wednesday’s second-round of the 4A regionals at CommunityAmerica Ball Park in Kansas City, Kan., ending the Cardinals’ dream of a trip to the state finals. The team finished the season with a record of 18-3.
Family needs community’s help
May 19, 2005
The home of Johnny and Cindy Born burned down May 14 around 4:30 p.m. They are my neighbors and great family friends. The fire devastated the entire community, friends, family and loved ones.
Lions plan cemetery directory dedication
May 19, 2005
The Eudora Lions Club has invited the community to a 10 a.m. dedication ceremony Saturday for a newly completed directory at the Eudora City Cemetery. The directory is located at the northeast corner of the cemetery.
Graduation ceremony set for Sunday
May 19, 2005
The Eudora High School class of 2005 will finally walk the walk Sunday.
Compleza-Brynds
May 19, 2005
Dalton Randall Shrum
May 19, 2005
Sawyer Anne Schreiner
May 19, 2005
Thomas H. Welsh
1958-2005
May 19, 2005
Tommie A. Christopherson Sr.
1936-2005
May 19, 2005
Thomas N. Atkins
1944-2005
May 19, 2005
School calendar
May 19, 2005
Community calendar
May 19, 2005
Cardinal softball team reaches regional finals
May 19, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals won their first to games in the 4A regional being contested at EHS. The storm Wednesday evening delayed the championship game until Thursday. Look for updates here.
Eudora holds off Tonganoxie, moves on
May 19, 2005
With a talented senior class staring at the possibility of elimination, it was up to a pair of underclassmen and a questionable decision by the opposition to help put the Cardinals through to the next round of the 4A regional baseball tournament.
Cardinals girls team storms to crown
Helm leads boys to ninth-place league finish
May 19, 2005
Mother Nature was the one thing that could stop the Eudora track team last Thursday afternoon. And she only succeeded in slowing the force of nature that is the Cardinals track team.
Cherishing the time that seems to fly
May 19, 2005
It was a busy weekend for many Eudora High School students, faculty, parents and grandparents. Of course, at this time of year, all days become hectic with end-of-the-year activities.
Pull factor
May 19, 2005
Many women help shape our lives
Reflections on Mother’s Day
May 19, 2005
As I recalled memories of my own mother and grandmother this past week with the passing of Mother’s Day, I was also reminded of other women who have affected my life, many of whom are gone.
It’s not acceptable to throw away kids
May 19, 2005
Clearly, the youth of Eudora are well loved. The showering of affection on local youngsters is in stark contrast to the recent details of the death of 3-year-old Precious Doe, now identified as Erica Green, details shocking enough to overshadow even the horrific treatment of her body.
A go-getting grad
May 19, 2005
Question: What do you get when you cross an artist with a dancer, an athlete and a scholar? Answer: Tina Clark.
Fire claims another Eudora home
May 19, 2005
John Born said his son Jordan cleaned the house like a professional in preparation for his graduation party Sunday.
Days Gone By
May 19, 2005