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Family needs help
May 26, 2005
My friend Kayla Flory and I, both sophomores at Eudora High School, have been trying to do everything we can to help out the John and Cindy Born family in their time of need.
Listening, civility becoming outdated in polarized times
May 26, 2005
We live in a society where high-salaried radio and TV talk show hosts find fame by routinely being rude. Their stick is to continually interrupt and shout down their supposed guests.
Katharine F. Steffen
1940-2005
May 26, 2005
David Michael Smith
1956-2005
May 26, 2005
Harold Boehle
1917-2005
May 26, 2005
Community calendar
May 26, 2005
Well earned
Girl overcomes adversity to graduate with her class
May 26, 2005
In most ways, Rhonda Jones is a typical teenager. She loves to shop and has a special place in her heart for shoes. She loves watching movies, especially comedies. She enjoys listening to all kinds of different music from Eminem to Tom Petty, but she has no tolerance for country music.
City grant funding denied
May 26, 2005
The Kansas Department of Transportation has denied a grant application by the city of Eudora for funding to improve the city’s downtown business area.
New city administrator chosen
May 26, 2005
The Eudora City Council has chosen one candidate from more than 50 applicants to be the city’s next administrator.
Never-say-die Cards fall short of state
May 26, 2005
In the top of the seventh, the tying run was there. Sophomore Beth Folks charged around third base with nothing in her way but a 3-3 tie with Louisburg in the title game of the 4A regional playoffs.
Big inning spells doom for Cardinals
May 26, 2005
One inning. That was all that it took for a season with so much promise to come to an end for the Eudora Cardinal baseball team.
Eudora girls tops at Tongie
Cards head to state as regional champs
May 26, 2005
The Eudora girls track squad added one more notch to an already memorable season with a regional championship Friday at Tonganoxie.
Eudora supports cause
May 26, 2005
Once again we had many friends out to support our second annual Mito What? run. It was Saturday, May 14 in Kansas City. It was a great day.
Days gone by
May 26, 2005
Star Wars’ transports to time long ago
Movie-going experience not the same in Malaysia
May 26, 2005
I’m a self-professed movie buff, and I claim movie watching to be my one acceptable vice. This week, a movie brought me back to a time long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away.
Tassels turned
Class of 2005 celebrates graduation milestone
May 26, 2005
Soon their lives will be changed by college, careers and family. But for the Eudora High School class of 2005, Sunday’s graduation ceremonies were about celebrating their history and anticipating what’s next.
Clinic offers low-cost health care
May 26, 2005
Starting Wednesday, Eudora residents with low income and no health insurance will have access to low-cost medical services provided by the Lawrence-based Health Care Access Clinic.