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Fraud concern as drug plan sign-ups start
November 17, 2005
For senior citizens, Medicare Part D is about ready to drop. Senior citizens gained the ability to sign up for the new prescription drug discount program last Tuesday. The implications of it could be a great thing for the senior citizens, but until Jan. 1, when the new program goes into effect, they face a threat, said Dr. Daniel Dickerson of Eudora Family Care.
The Fly Route
November 17, 2005
I was a junior at Kansas State, a rookie reporter in every sense of the phrase, and for the first time in my short career, I was sitting at a K-State football press conference.
Coach hopes hustle, hard work defines new era of basketball
November 17, 2005
The screeching sounds of skin on basketball court and an in-depth lesson in taking a charge Monday ushered in a new era of hustle as the 2005-2006 boys basketball season got underway. There were some familiar faces on the court as players swarmed on defense and alerted teammates to a possible screen.
New season, new challenges await new coach
November 17, 2005
A few weeks ago Eudora’s quarterbacks and receivers coach was walking off the field in Louisburg following the Cardinals’ season ending loss. All that is behind Ryan Luke now as he takes on the role he was brought to Eudora to do as the head coach of the girls basketball team.
Cardinal call back
Eudora’s athletic trainer left for a larger job, but happily returned when asked
November 17, 2005
During Eudora’s football blowout of the Spring Hill Broncos, Cardinal athletic trainer Jessica Gracia heard a joke from one of the many voices on the sideline. Apparently someone thought she looked rather bored standing on the sidelines. No one was laughing only moments later when senior running back Luke Abel lay on the field with a broken collarbone, Gracia rushing to his side.
Planned liquor store would be Eudora’s first
November 17, 2005
For the next three months, Mike Fadden is a gambling man. Right now, the gamble is in the form of an empty store. He pointed out a bare wine rack and an empty cooler recently. Minutes earlier, he had set up a phone line. The store, Eudora Wine and Spirits, located on West 20th Street next to Durkin’s Hardware and State Farm Insurance, seemed to have him looking forward to the future. Fadden’s future happened sooner than he expected.
Annual lighting ceremony returns
November 17, 2005
The City of Eudora and the Eudora Chamber of Commerce will have a lighting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in downtown Eudora.
USD 491 decides not to put stadium issue to voters
November 17, 2005
With the possibility of a referendum looming, the district’s Board of Education decided during its Nov. 10 meeting to let the resolution sit and not have special election.
Days Gone By
November 17, 2005
District should approach petition as opportunity
November 17, 2005
Faced with a valid protest petition, the Eudora USD 491 Board of Education agreed to at least temporarily withdraw a proposal that would have used more than $2 million from the capital outlay fund to lease/purchase for a new district stadium.
John E. Dwyer
1919-2006
November 17, 2005
Robin K. Bell
1961-2005
November 17, 2005
School Calendar
November 17, 2005
Community Calendar
November 17, 2005
Appointment fails, fire chief search goes on
November 17, 2005
The search for the city’s next fire chief will continue after the Eudora City Council decided Monday to conduct more interviews for the position. The Eudora City Council rejected Mayor Tom Pyle’s appointment of Kevin Ganoe for the position by a margin of 3-2.
Coffee group provides grounding
November 17, 2005
One of the best things about being semi-retired is you find a coffee group (if you’re lucky) of like-minded individuals who are no longer working or are also semi-retired.