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News Makers
April 20, 2006
Lynn-Fraser
April 20, 2006
Eudora softball improves to 9-2 with doubleheader sweep
Cardinals score in every inning to route Eagles
April 20, 2006
Eudora bats punish Wellsville
Cards combine for 33 runs in doubleheader sweep
April 20, 2006
Powerful statement
The Eudora girls track team dominates the field at home
April 20, 2006
The weather was the only thing that’s been able to slow the Eudora Cardinals through the season’s first four meets, and after last week’s rainout at Clay Center, the girls team wasted no time starting where it left off. This time the Cardinals girls got the job done with a dominating performance at Thursday’s 13-school Eudora Invitational at Laws Field, running away with the team title. The team scored in 16 out of the day’s 18 events, finishing with nearly 154 points and outscoring second-place Tonganoxie by 55 points. Eudora won 10 of those events outright.
Cards survive early scare to remain atop Frontier League
April 20, 2006
It wasn’t the best outing of the year according to head coach Dirk Kinney, but the Eudora Cardinals did what every team wants to do — win.
Eudora rallies, earns sweep
April 20, 2006
Down 6-1 going into the bottom of the fourth, Eudora head coach Cara Kimberlin revealed a statistic about the opponent, Gardner Edgerton, in an attempt to get things going after a flat beginning.
Career day teaches students price of drug dealing
April 20, 2006
Wednesday’s career fair is an annual event that includes students from Eudora, Baldwin and Wellsville High Schools. After a morning filled with presentations about traditional careers — cosmetology, meat processing, auto mechanics, law — students sat down to listen to Favinger and Northup talk about their careers as criminals.
District hires projection company
April 20, 2006
District officials agree, Eudora’s school system could boom in the coming years. The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education will soon get an idea of how exactly it might turn out.
City bounces ball field ideas off board
April 20, 2006
Baseball fever caught on with members of the Eudora City Council and Eudora USD 491 Board of Education. The discussion at the April 10 meeting had little to do with batting averages or golden gloves and everything to do with field policies.
Pinecrest news
April 20, 2006
Police report
April 20, 2006
McCallister Ren Collins
April 20, 2006
Kenneth D. Vorhies Sr.
1930-2006
April 20, 2006
Judy Harris
1948-2006
April 20, 2006
Jay J. Cress Jr.
1937-2006
April 20, 2006
Violet V. Coleman
1910-2006
April 20, 2006
School calendar
April 20, 2006
Community calendar
April 20, 2006
Help appreciated
April 20, 2006
Grosdidier put lesson before vanity
April 20, 2006
Spring works spell once again
April 20, 2006
I’ve noted lately that several columnists have fallen under the spell of spring. Last week, the Lawrence Journal-World ran a column by Garrison Keillor taking a respite from the thorny political scene to wax poetic about spring
The Fly Route
April 20, 2006
A prom by any other name
Eudora High School students prepare for roses and romance in annual event
April 20, 2006
The idea came to LaDuska Johnson and her fellow classmates in February. Everyone was decked out in pink and red for Valentine’s Day, and the upperclassmen began buzzing about the W’s. Who is going to ask who? What should I wear?
Block party planned in Relay’s stead
April 20, 2006
Although the American Cancer Society Relay for Life has left Eudora for at least a year, Marilyn Laws Porter has taken steps to ensure the spirit behind it doesn’t die. Instead of walking, this year she hopes the town might get to rocking. She approached the Eudora City Council at its April 10 meeting to get its approval to close off a portion Main Street June 3 for what she hoped will be a citywide block party.
Don’t let driving be a pain in the neck (and back)
April 20, 2006
Kadon Lain Carlyle
April 20, 2006