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Stable System Solutions enables residents, small businesses to jump digital divide
February 9, 2006
After running a pizza place and spending years in the corporate world, entrepreneur LaDonna Russell decided to tackle the digital divide.
Boys knock off one of Class 4A’s best
February 9, 2006
A year ago, Kansas City Sumner needed just 10 minutes to put away the Eudora Cardinals en route to a 40-point thrashing. On Friday, however, the top-ranked team in Class 4A let the Cardinals hang around for the entire 40 minutes and Eudora was able to take advantage of the generosity. Guy Montgomery’s free throw with 2.4 seconds remaining lifted Eudora to a 37-36 victory over the Sabres at Eudora High School.
The Fly Route
February 9, 2006
City council agenda
February 9, 2006
Bingoing all night long
February 9, 2006
Cards show well versus league foes
February 9, 2006
Considering his first match with De Soto’s Neil Erisman lasted a whopping 30 seconds, Loni Ogden’s decision might have seemed a little suspicious. “Loni sat out the Paola match so that he would have enough points to be able to wrestle (Erisman) on Thursday,” Eudora coach Bill DeWitt said.
Boys get past tough league foe
February 9, 2006
After the Cardinals treated the Eudora home crowd to a nail-biter on Friday, the team took its show on the road to Wellsville and once again took the game down to the wire. Eudora outlasted the Eagles in the final seconds of the game to leave town with a 36-34 win Tuesday at Wellsville High School.
Old middle school’s fate hangs in air
February 9, 2006
As discussion of a new recreation center for the city continues, the Eudora School District continues to ponder the fate of its facilities, including the old middle school gym still used by the district and city. The declining condition of Laws Field has moved the district to develop plans for a new stadium, but the fate of the old middle school gym remains in limbo.
Knights of Columbus meeting
February 9, 2006
Middle school dance
February 9, 2006
All-night prom
February 9, 2006
ACE group to meet
February 9, 2006
Bake sale planned
February 9, 2006
Dance clinic canceled
February 9, 2006
So long, Salem
After more than a century, Salem Chapel celebrates for the final time
February 9, 2006
Decades ago Felix Shutt first attended services at Salem Chapel –- then a small Methodist congregation nestled between trees and other houses of worship on Church Street.
Bailie receives volunteer award
February 9, 2006
Eudora High School graduate Kris Bailie was recently named the Volunteer of the Quarter from October to December 2005 for the Whiteman AFB Enlisted Spouses Club.
Military news
February 9, 2006
Card shower requested
February 9, 2006
Jenks-Johns
February 9, 2006
Haulmark-Nelson
February 9, 2006
Maxine Scheckel
1921-2006
February 9, 2006
Don E. Randel
1927-2006
February 9, 2006
Bryce E. Olsen
1999-2006
February 9, 2006
Brent W. Hood
1935-2006
February 9, 2006
High school news
February 9, 2006
Charles A. Henshall
1951-2006
February 9, 2006
Brent D. Arterburn
1933-2006
February 9, 2006
Community Calendar
February 9, 2006
Support teachers
February 9, 2006
Giving comes back around
February 9, 2006
Recently, I’ve noticed that my eyes are drawn more and more to the obituary column in the local and area newspapers, which is something I kidded my mom about as she got older.
Sesquicentennial celebration needs community outreach
February 9, 2006
Acting on the momentum started by the Eudora Lions Club, the Eudora City Council agreed last month to help commission a statue of the city’s namesake, Eudora Fish, the daughter of the founder Shawnee Indian Chief Pascal Fish.
Police report
February 9, 2006
Pinecrest news
February 9, 2006
Machinery and equipment tax measure spurs debate
February 9, 2006
Tax reductions, insurance sales, DUI testing, non-resident college tuition and sexual predator legislation were all discussed under the dome this week. Debate is spirited and civil as we strive to make Kansas a better place to live, work and raise our families.
Annual fire figures stay steady
February 9, 2006
Although several springtime blazes devastated homes in Eudora last year, numbers from the annual end of the year report don’t appear to be far from normal, Eudora Interim Fire Chief Mike Underwood said.
Pre-application meeting
February 9, 2006
Mealsite volunteers needed
February 9, 2006
EudoraFest committee meeting
February 9, 2006
Church history class
February 9, 2006
Quilting Bees meeting
February 9, 2006
Girls blast off after slow start
February 9, 2006
The Eagles hit two quick shots on two Eudora turnovers to gain a bit of momentum in the game’s opening minutes. At the six-minute mark, the Wellsville momentum was nothing more than a memory as the Cardinals went on a 9-0 run on their way to a resounding 67-29 victory at Wellsville High School.
Commissioners, developers peek at sewer plan
February 9, 2006
If Eudora’s ultimate sewer plan were seen as a puzzle, both developers and the city could be in charge of putting together the pieces. The need for cooperation in growth became a recurring theme in a presentation by City Engineer Brian Kingsley to the Eudora Planning Commission on the state of the city’s sewer system.
Leroy S. Tinberg
1924-2006
February 9, 2006
School calendar
February 9, 2006
Days gone by
February 9, 2006