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Special teams, defense key Eudora’s season-opening win
September 8, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals shot out of the gates of the 2005 football season the way every team would like to begin its first game — with a bang. Senior Mark Abel delivered a shot of adrenaline to the crowd at Laws Field when he returned Wellsville’s opening kickoff 80 yards for the first touchdown of the new season in the Cardinals’ 12-6 victory over Wellsville Friday.
Unflagging Pride
September 8, 2005
Expensive gas prices gash wallets
But slick tips, practicality when driving can lessen sting at pump
September 8, 2005
Before the holiday weekend began, Jim Hanni, a representative from the Kansas AAA headquarters, heard the same questions again and again as they poured through the phone lines in his office.
EudoraFest could crumble without volunteers
September 8, 2005
Although the bulk of the preliminary work for this year’s EudoraFest has been accomplished, event organizer Barbara Tuttle still has concerns.
Garage sale to help hurricane victims
September 8, 2005
Throughout Eudora, various organizations are mobilizing to stream aid to those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Senior storytellers find fans for mystery fiction
Eudora Nursing Center residents find success publishing serial style stories in new writer’s group
September 8, 2005
For a group of residents at the Eudora Nursing Center, the story began with an old man.
Eudora cross country gets fast start
September 8, 2005
The Eudora cross country squad took to the field on Thursday at the Anderson County Invitational at Garnett with some quality results. While the highly touted Baldwin squad swept the event, the Cardinals used experience — combined with some new faces — to make the event a good start to the cross country season.
Eudora happy to hang with De Soto
September 8, 2005
Eudora soccer coach Erik Peltzman woke up last Thursday morning before his team’s game against De Soto with a premonition. “I woke up thinking we were going to beat them,” he said. Peltzman was wrong. Eudora fell, 6-1, but for the first time in the short history of the match up, falling didn’t include falling apart.
Osawatomie’s French duo could cause trouble
September 8, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals take on the Osawatomie Trojans Friday and for many of the Cardinals there is a bad taste that needs to be washed away. A year ago the Trojans manhandled the Cardinals 38-17 in a performance that came against the Cardinals senior-laden defensive line.
Cardinals hold off Eagles
September 8, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals shot out of the gates of the 2005 football season the way every team would like to begin its first game — with a bang. Senior Mark Abel delivered a shot of adrenaline to the crowd at Laws Field when he returned Wellsville’s opening kickoff 80 yards for the first touchdown of the new season in the Cardinals’ 12-6 victory over Wellsville Friday.
The Fly Route
September 8, 2005
Days Gone By
September 8, 2005
Janice Hiatt Pence
1936-2005
September 8, 2005
Emery Ann Johnson
September 8, 2005
School calendar
September 8, 2005
Community calendar
September 8, 2005
Events prove family emergency plans needed
September 8, 2005
There is no conceivable natural disaster that would cause such multi-state destruction and disruption of emergency services as that still being experienced on the Gulf Coast. But there are myriad circumstances from tornadoes to train derailments that would require quick responses from families and individuals.
Angela Sommer Mai
1911-2005
September 8, 2005
John T. Clark
1939-2005
September 8, 2005
McKenzie-Vincent
September 8, 2005
The Green Thumb
September 8, 2005
The weather has finally become predictable: soggy wet with the chance of rain. As a result, basements are flooding, outdoor activities have been canceled, and many creatures are looking for drier places to live. Ants are at the top of this list.
Good news provides relief from disaster
September 8, 2005
Because everyone who owns a television set or reads a daily newspaper is familiar with most of this bad news, we might do well to search out some of the more positive items that have also been in the news.