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The Fly Route
October 20, 2005
Eudora falls to Louisburg, 4-0
October 20, 2005
The Cardinal soccer team was on the short end of a 4-0 decision at home Monday against Louisburg. It was the third-straight game the team failed to score a goal, but after a week of lackluster performances, the team came to play on senior night. Last month the Wildcats welcomed the Cardinals to Louisburg and sent them home with a 12-2 loss, the worst setback of the season.
Eudora strong in final sub-state tune up
October 20, 2005
On the final day of the regular season, the Eudora Cardinals went into De Soto coming off a senior-night sweep and looking to build momentum toward Saturday’s sub-state tournament. But on Tuesday, the Cards couldn’t decide which team was going to show up.
Eudora girls third at league, ready for regional
October 20, 2005
The Eudora girls cross country team got third at the Frontier League meet. The girls wanted second and they dreamed of first. They got third. But, that’s not all bad, coach Paul Boone said after looking over the results from Thursday’s race at Rim Rock Farm.
Signs belong outside fence
October 20, 2005
USD 491 hastens to meet ESL needs
October 20, 2005
At the beginning of the semester, administrators in Eudora USD 491 discovered an unplanned aspect of district growth.
Winter gas prices to spike
October 20, 2005
Eudora residents can expect a one-two punch in home energy bills this winter. But unlike boxing where the lighter jab sets up the knockout punch, consumers will experience the round-house hook first. Anticipated higher natural gas prices should come as no surprise. Even before hurricanes Katrina and Rita added stress to the markets, experts were warning consumers would be paying significantly more to heat their homes and businesses this winter.
Politicians sing praises of Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant transfer
October 20, 2005
With a guitar and the vocal accompaniment of two of the state’s top politicians, Congressman Dennis Moore celebrated the meaning of the transfer of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant at a ceremony last Thursday marking the transfer.
Brief Respite
Firefighters Clarke and Reazin return to hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast
October 20, 2005
Although back home for different lengths of time, both Tim Reazin and Jim Clarke shared similar visions of the Gulf Coast.
Days Gone By
October 20, 2005
Lions express appreciation
October 20, 2005
Eudora benefits from rejected grant application
October 20, 2005
Proving that failure can be the starting point for future success, Eudora city leaders are pressing forward with a new grant application to rejuvenate the downtown area.
Computer usage should be monitored
October 20, 2005
School Calendar
October 20, 2005
Community Calendar
October 20, 2005
Palin Marie Angela Orr
October 20, 2005
Lainey Marie Orr
October 20, 2005
Ruby Thorpe
1928-2005
October 20, 2005
Roy L. Skaggs
1934-2005
October 20, 2005
Spring Hill awaits undefeated Cardinals
October 20, 2005
Week one of district play is in the books for the Eudora Cardinals as the team emerged from a road trip with a 36-6 win over Santa Fe Trail. Now the team returns home to face off against Spring Hill (1-6, 0-1). The team seems to be taking the same cautious approach to the Broncos as they did against the Chargers, albeit for different reasons.
Cruisin’ Cards
Eudora bowls over Santa Fe Trail in first round of districts
October 20, 2005
After a few weeks of big scoring and big plays, the Eudora Cardinals played it safe and kept things simple Friday as they stuck to the running game to defeat Santa Fe Trail 36-6 in week one of district play.
Some of nature’s best happens in fall
October 20, 2005
Each fall I am reminded how much I love the changing seasons — the slant of the sun as it shines through the trees capturing the changing colors of the leaves, marveling at the beauty of a tree, the harvest moon as it rises each evening and enjoying a visit to a nearby pumpkin patch with my family.