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USD 491 growth exceeds projection
Continuing enrollment trend means more money, new programs for district
September 22, 2005
As the picture of USD 491’s total enrollment becomes clearer, so does the apparent need for a service to reach a new student population.
Charity gets day of thunder
Bikers for Babies stops through Eudora during ride to raise money for babies
September 22, 2005
Sunday morning began with thunderstorms and sputtering rain. But when the skies cleared, thunder still echoed across Main Street. The rumbles drew people out from their houses, and led them to the sides of the road with lawn chairs in tow.
Board ok’s $2.5 million spending package
New district stadium on improvement list
September 22, 2005
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education voted Tuesday to spend up to $2.5 million for the lease/purchase of major capital improvements to the district.
Cooperation urged as grant proposal pitched
September 22, 2005
In an attempt to shore up weaknesses in the city’s previously failed attempt at a downtown revitalization grant, Eudora City Administrator Cheryl Beatty and a committee of community leaders brought plans for a new proposal to downtown businesses this week.
First place isn’t good enough for Graff
September 22, 2005
Brittney Graff toasted the field and won the crimson division of the girl’s cross country meet. While it was a field that didn’t include Baldwin, which raced in the gold division, Graff did best some of the best runners in the state and the region and led her team to a sixth-place finish among some top Class 5A and 6A schools.
Eudora loses in overtime, 3-2
September 22, 2005
The Eudora Cardinals went into Thursday’s game against Paola coming off of a heartbreaking loss to Baldwin on Tuesday. And as the game started it seemed that the disappointment had carried over as the Panthers took advantage of a slow start to beat the Cardinals 5-2.
Cardinals volley back
Team regains winning formula in sweep at Central Heights quadrangular
September 22, 2005
A week after turning in one of their most disappointing performances in recent memory, the Eudora Cardinals volleyball squad rebounded with a decisive three-win performance at Central Heights High School against league foes Osawatomie, (25-16, 25-21) Prairie View (25-7, 22-25, 25-14) and the host Vikings.
Coach Webb looking for physical game against Anderson County
September 22, 2005
A year ago the Eudora Cardinals faced the Anderson County Bulldogs twice. Once at Laws Field, where the Eudora offense exploded in a 48-12 trouncing of the visitors, and again in a more hostile environment at the Bi-District playoffs in Garnett. The Cardinals escaped that game with a 34-30 victory, setting up a meeting with Coffeyville.
Early explosion carries Cards over Prairie View
September 22, 2005
After a hard-fought victory against Osawtomie a Cardinal letdown Friday against the Prairie View Buffalos would not have been far-fetched. But as the game got under way in La Cygne, it became clear that there would be no such letdown. The Cardinals used a 22-point first quarter bombardment to put away the Bufflalos early on their way to a 36-6 victory.
City can’t afford to lose its businesses
September 22, 2005
The city of Eudora in desperate need to attract more industry will soon be losing one.
Cameron Spradlin James
September 22, 2005
Cheryl Worrell
1946-2005
September 22, 2005
Clarence E. White
1929-2005
September 22, 2005
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Days Gone By
September 22, 2005
A look back at days gone by in Eudora.
Survival, not possessions important
September 22, 2005
Still foremost in our thoughts these days are the deprivations of Hurricane Katrina.