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Harvesting Halloween
October 27, 2005
The spirit of Halloween seems to be catching in Eudora. Costumed kids of all kinds will have the opportunity to trick, treat and show off their best costumes at a variety of citywide events.
Cribbs—Herrman
October 27, 2005
Fall spectacular
October 27, 2005
Cardinals go down with a fight
October 27, 2005
The season ended Monday for the Eudora soccer team, but not without a fight. The Cardinals came back from an almost impossible 2-0 deficit at Bishop Ward only to lose 3-2 in the final minutes in the first round of the regional soccer tournament.
Injuries cause concern
October 27, 2005
Despite an 8-0 record, the Eudora Cardinals have had a rough two weeks leading up to Thursday’s game with Baldwin. Luke Abel, James Mills and Max Alvarez have all suffered injuries, leaving the Cardinals with some holes to fill.
Cards set for district finale
October 27, 2005
It has come down to this. Two teams with a combined record of 15-1 will settle things in district play as Eudora takes on Baldwin to settle things among those who revel in this Douglas County showdown.
Eudora beats Spring Hill, 46-20
October 27, 2005
On Friday night the Eudora Cardinals welcomed the Spring Hill Broncos for round two of district play. It was a chance for the Cards to improve on a 7-0 record and send the seniors off with a win. Mission accomplished.
Invisible’ boys turns heads, send three to state
October 27, 2005
They called them invisibility cloaks. In reality, they were long-sleeve black t-shirts. Either way, they worked as the Eudora boys cross country team surprised many observers Saturday at the regional championships at the Hiawatha Country Club.
Two points settled in latest round of teacher negotiations
October 27, 2005
Money needed to fund the teachers’ latest contract offer to Eudora USD 491 might already be in the district’s budget. Bruce Lindskog, a member of the Kansas National Education Association, acquired 2005-2006 budget information from the district office and analyzed it to find possible solutions to contract talks.
Salina bound
Cardinals win sub-state, head back to state tournament
October 27, 2005
They were playing out of their minds. The number six seed Tonganoxie Chieftains, playing in their own building, believed they could not only play with the Eudora Cardinals, but they could beat them. And after putting a scare into the Cardinals in game one of Saturday’s sub-state volleyball final, they came out of the gates determined to win game two and force a decisive game three. And a 16-8 lead indicated they would make it happen.
Siltation problem may prompt lawsuit
October 27, 2005
Ralph and Laura Rosenberger left their rural home in 2000 to care for an ailing relative. While gone, a development started springing up next to their house on Douglas County Road 1369. The development, Wakarusa Ridge Estates, signaled changes for the Rosenbergers.
Grant get’s council nod, $293,000
October 27, 2005
With the Nov. 1 deadline drawing near for Eudora’s downtown revitalization grant through the Kansas Department of Transportation, the Eudora City Council voted to commit its support to the project in the form of $293,000.
James E. Porter
1942-2005
October 27, 2005
Donald Dean Morris
1933-2005
October 27, 2005
Community calendar
October 27, 2005
Local businesses should be supported
October 27, 2005
Morrison affirms long standing shift in political norm
October 27, 2005
For a decade, observers have said there are three political parties in Kansas: Democrats, moderate Republicans and conservative Republicans. On Tuesday, an exclamation point was put on that trend when Johnson County Dist. Atty. Paul Morrison said he was abandoning the Republican Party to run against incumbent Phill Kline for the state attorney general.
School calendar
October 27, 2005
The Fly Route
October 27, 2005
The Eudora volleyball team is heading back to the state tournament with a purpose this year. The team didn’t qualify for the final day of play a year ago in a controversial decision and these Cardinals want to prove they belong. Eudora’s heading back to Salina, and so am I.
Eudora wins regional, girls headed to state
October 27, 2005
Eudora wasn’t happy with its third-place finish at league, but Saturday the team showed it didn’t dwell on the disappointment.
Are we having fun yet?
October 27, 2005
The concept of winning has provoked me since I started to coach kid’s soccer a few years ago. I constantly heard parents telling the kids that it doesn’t matter if they win or lose, as long as they have fun.
Days Gone By
October 27, 2005