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Cardinals can’t handle Louisburg’s long bombs
November 3, 2005
Clinging to a one-point lead through three quarters, the Eudora Cardinals held their own on the road against Louisburg, despite the absence of leading rusher Luke Abel. But as the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s bi-district playoff tilt in Louisburg began, the Wildcats showed Eudora just what they were missing.
Days Gone By
November 3, 2005
Sometimes respites welcome
November 3, 2005
There has been so much news in the newspapers (including our own Eudora News) as well as on the radio lately, that I have chosen to turn most of it off and just listen to my favorite soothing CD, (piano with Steve Jarrett) on my car stereo. Sometimes you have to do that
All Pro Dad meeting set
November 3, 2005
New group focuses on father-child relationship
Champ!
Graff wins 4A state, leads girls to fourth-place finish
November 3, 2005
What’s the significance of six points in a race that featured 101 runners, 12 elite teams and 1,983 total points tallied? Six points is nothing, Eudora cross country coach Paul Boone said, especially when there’s so much else to celebrate.
Not so wicked witch
November 3, 2005
Schellack to celebrate 90th birthday
November 3, 2005
The Fly Route
November 3, 2005
Kyle Brouhard trotted off the field and stood by himself late in Tuesday night’s season-ending loss to Louisburg. He was noticeably and understandably upset and I’m sure he was crushed that his last play on the field was an interception.
Eudora tumbles at state
Rally restores pride but Cards again sent home early
November 3, 2005
The Cardinals could blame the building, the city or the tournament. They could certainly blame Wamego. Whatever the cause, the Cardinals cursed luck in the Class 4A state volleyball tournament Friday at Salina’s Bicentennial center continued.
Ryleigh Mae Hartwell
November 3, 2005
Vera R. Kanzig
1927-2005
November 3, 2005
School Calendar
November 3, 2005
Find a way
November 3, 2005
Who is to blame?
November 3, 2005
According to the Eudora building inspector in last week’s issue of The Eudora News, erosion regulation lies outside of city control. Rose Acres had no erosion problems until the city and planning commission approved the Wakarusa Ridge development. Rose Acres is not in the city limits, but we all have Eudora mailing addresses, pay Eudora schools taxes and support city businesses. Are we aliens?
District’s reading program praised
November 3, 2005
There are several things Nottingham second-grader Kieran Martin said he likes about this school’s reading program.
Eudora wins United Way coin drive
November 3, 2005
The Eudora community pulled out another win this year over rival Baldwin and raised its fund-raising goal to 52 percent after the recent Eudora/Baldwin “Weigh-In For United Way” loose change challenge.
Townspeople are supportive
November 3, 2005
Last week’s letter to the editor, in my opinion, might possibly have done more damage than good. The letter did come from the heart. Valid points were made. Unfortunately, when you insult people from a small town it tends to have negative repercussions.
Raising hope
Methodist Church lifts symbol in preparation for new building
November 3, 2005
The names of 200 Eudora United Methodist Church members are locked away inside a paneled representation of a red flame. The flame distinguishes a cross that towers over a plot of land near 2100 Road on the south side of Kansas Highway 10.
New investment in City Hall sends message
November 3, 2005
As moves were being made for a renewed application to the state for a downtown revitalization grant, the Eudora City Council made its own investment in downtown.
Hitting textbooks in Tuscany
EHS grads back from three months of study in Italy
November 3, 2005
For most, college offers an opportunity to discover new worlds. For Eudora High School graduates Sarah Abel and Kendall Hudson a semester abroad in Italy helped them discover the old world.