Archive for Thursday, April 6, 2006

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Volunteers needed
April 6, 2006
Junior varsity softball
April 6, 2006
After sitting through cold temperatures March 27, the Eudora High School junior varsity softball team started out slow, giving up four runs in the top of the first against Paola.
Youth football registration
April 6, 2006
No ECKAN distribution
April 6, 2006
Childcare providers’ meeting
April 6, 2006
Lodge news
April 6, 2006
EMS students place in state history competition
April 6, 2006
Open gym available
April 6, 2006
Douglas County under tornado watch until 9 p.m.
Large hail, strong winds and tornadic activity possible
April 6, 2006
All-state basketball named
April 6, 2006
Open gym
April 6, 2006
Cardinals ride Hamilton’s arm
April 6, 2006
When junior right-hander Brynn Hamilton took the mound for the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday, she knew she would need to go as deep as possible for the Cardinals to get a victory. She didn’t know, however, she would end up pitching the entire afternoon.
Long distance runner
April 6, 2006
When he arrived in the United States, Soeren Quittkat got his first taste of the country amid the towering skyline of Chicago. It was a place with a similar feel and the same big city bustle as his native Hamburg, Germany. A few days later, the foreign exchange student found himself in a far quieter segment of the American landscape: small-town USA.
Swanson, Krutz shutdown Prairie View
April 6, 2006
Eudora baseball coach Dirk Kinney was less than thrilled with the performance of his two starting pitchers Saturday against Anderson County, both of whom relinquished early Cardinal leads. His solution on Tuesday was simple, put them both back on the mound.
Cardinals girls remain golden
April 6, 2006
While the runners on the Eudora Cardinals’ girls track team have staked an early claim as a group of competitors who will be tough to beat as the season goes on, some of the Cardinals in the field made a similar claim on Friday. Senior Carrie Lister dominated in the discus and shot put events, while freshman Allison Hoover took first in the pole vault at the 13-team Baldwin Invitational Friday in Wellsville. Both performances helped the girls team to its second-consecutive meet championship of the new season.
The Fly Route
April 6, 2006
County jail assessed strong
April 6, 2006
It appears that if Eudora’s population continues to boom, the Douglas County Jail will be ready.
Church community prepares “A Night to Remember”
April 6, 2006
With four days left until the show, the Eudora Youth Community Ministry had barely raised a quarter of its goal of $1,250 for the Eudora Ministerial Alliance’s Food Pantry.
Pre-application meeting
April 6, 2006
Belleview FCE
April 6, 2006
All Pro Dad
April 6, 2006
All-night prom
April 6, 2006
Variety show
April 6, 2006
Easter egg hunt
April 6, 2006
Voices of intent
The Eudora High School forensics team uses public speaking for friendship, competition and self-improvement
April 6, 2006
Eudora High School senior Larissa Maranell would have no trouble telling you why she thinks Barbie ruined the fashion world.
Neighborhood cars burglarized
April 6, 2006
In a span of almost 12 hours on March 23, three separate reports were taken of cars that were burglarized in the area surrounding the 1500 block of Savage Street.
Days Gone By
April 6, 2006
Scouting news
April 6, 2006
Food drive pickup is Saturday
April 6, 2006
How They Voted
April 6, 2006
Benefit ride slated
April 6, 2006
Young to perform
April 6, 2006
Police report
April 6, 2006
Pinecrest News
April 6, 2006
Writing, art contest
April 6, 2006
Free trees available
April 6, 2006
Church news
April 6, 2006
College notes
April 6, 2006
Local churches announce Holy Week, Easter services
April 6, 2006
Quilt guild
April 6, 2006
Education needed
April 6, 2006
Signs not enough
April 6, 2006
Safety primary issue
April 6, 2006
Cub Scouts need help
April 6, 2006
Quick action needed on lease
April 6, 2006
Boys all-state teams named
April 6, 2006
Eudora High School seniors Mark Abel and Rodney Spillman earned honorable mention on the All-Class 4A boys basketball team.
Students, proprietors cleaning downtown
April 6, 2006
Aubrey Anne Augustine
April 6, 2006
Richard “Wayne” Tuggle
1963-2006
April 6, 2006
Community calendar
April 6, 2006
Olive M. Julian
1918-2006
April 6, 2006
Track meet help needed
April 6, 2006
School calendar
April 6, 2006
The Love of Pete
Woodcarver Pete Lawson’s merit award big, whittle achievement
April 6, 2006
In the middle of a coffee table filled with lifelike carved birds, best-of-show ribbons and a miniature carousel horse, Pete Lawson pointed to one of his favorite pieces –- a sculpture made of smooth dark wood called “The Duck Hunter.” As the name implies, it’s a duck, but under one wing it’s packing a shotgun
Sewers, roads key in medical plaza pre-planning
April 6, 2006
After announcing plans to build a new expansion in Eudora four months ago, officials from Lawrence Memorial Hospital have met with the city to find out exactly what it’s going to take to make the project a reality.
Community Good Friday services
April 6, 2006
Education plan narrowly passes through House, moves on to Senate
April 6, 2006
Bits and pieces
Changes inevitable for small-town Eudora
April 6, 2006
I was glad to see the editorial last week in the Eudora News regarding the bypass off of Interstate 70 at Tonganoxie, which will be sending traffic south into Eudora to reach Kansas Highway 10.