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Pedestrian struck in parking lot
November 10, 2005
A Kansas City, Kan., man apparently suffering from a medical condition struck a pedestrian in the C&S Market parking lot Wednesday.
Soccer hopes to build on success
November 10, 2005
After a 2004 season that saw no wins and just a few more goals, 2005 was a year of progress for the Eudora Cardinals soccer team. This year’s season ended more than a week ago on the soggy field at Bishop Ward, but the results have had a little resonation within the camp.
State aside, Cards happy with their season
November 10, 2005
The good news was the Eudora Cardinals volleyball squad won 87 percent of its games, won two regular season tournaments and captured a Class 4A sub-state championship. The bad news, however, was the season ended in the same place it did last year, at state and in the first round. But on the whole, the 2005 edition of the Eudora Cardinals was a success from the very first serve.
Cards don’t let messy finish spoil season
November 10, 2005
It’s one of the gloomiest days of the football season. Surpassing even the most bitter of windy days and the coldest of fall drizzles. It’s a day that signals the end, and Thursday was that day for the Eudora Cardinals. It was equipment check-in day. And for nearly every team, no amount of winning can offset the fact that it’s over.
The Fly Route
November 10, 2005
Citizens sign protest petition to stop lease-purchase of new stadium
November 10, 2005
One major factor drove Richard Campbell’s decision to circulate a protest petition on USD 491’s plan to lease-purchase a new stadium. Whether for or against it, Campbell said citizens should have a right to vote on the $2.5 million project.
Winning the pajama game
Musical sings about love, pajamas, factory work and the romance in between
November 10, 2005
Starting Thursday, “The Pajama Game,” will begin.
Bust nets police illegal drugs, weapons
November 10, 2005
After receiving an anonymous tip four weeks ago, the Eudora Police Department raided a house on Ithica Court and discovered a trove of contraband drugs and weapons.
Time to study K-10 rush hour snarls
November 10, 2005
De Soto is in the midst of conducting a study on the need for traffic lights at one of its Kansas Highway 10 ramps and Lexington Avenue, the main arterial to the city. While not totally conclusive, the study indicates growing traffic volume and the number of accidents support the need for a traffic light at the intersection.
School Calendar
November 10, 2005
Community Calendar
November 10, 2005
Hopson’s service earns praise
November 10, 2005
Almost exactly a year ago, U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Kurt Hopson regained consciousness on the floor of a Bradley fighting vehicle.
Days Gone By
November 10, 2005
Good season noted
November 10, 2005
United we stand, divided we cheer
November 10, 2005
It’s no secret my wife and I attended the University of Missouri. Although we have lived in Kansas for more than a decade, it’s still hard to embrace that ugly bird — I mean the Jayhawk. It’s been said time can change many things, but I don’t think a rivalry as deep as mine eases with time. Although we still support our unfortunate Tigers, we have never been belligerent or obnoxious toward KU fans.
Support appreciated
November 10, 2005