Archive for Thursday, January 5, 2006

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Rowland-Cox
January 5, 2006
Concession time
January 5, 2006
The fly route
January 5, 2006
Another bowl season has come and gone and now as I look across the landscape of college sports, I just have to wonder.
Marvin Yarnell
1938-2005
January 5, 2006
Community saves Christmas fund
January 5, 2006
2005 in the rear view mirror
January 5, 2006
This past year has been very newsworthy nationally and locally with many events grabbing the headlines and becoming topics of conversation. Following is a list of stories and events, in no particular order that I think had a personal affect on me.
Lila May Towne
1920-2005
January 5, 2006
Lynda R. Creviston
1956-2005
January 5, 2006
Deanna K. Abel
1952-2005
January 5, 2006
School Calendar
January 5, 2006
Community Calendar
January 5, 2006
Sewer backups plague older lines
January 5, 2006
Last week, a sewer line backup caused damage to several apartments in the area of 11th and Pine Streets. Although the city quickly responded to the issue, the sewer has left some citizens still looking for answers.
KDOT representative upbeat on grant application
January 5, 2006
ssed the initial cut of a downtown beautification grant application, City Administrator Cheryl Beatty and a group of community members answered questions Tuesday during a review session for the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Food pantry filled
January 5, 2006
Boys come up red hot, thump Paola at home
January 5, 2006
The temperature outside hovered around freezing Tuesday night, but inside Eudora High School the boys basketball team burned the house down with searing 90-percent shooting in the first quarter to down the Paola Panthers, 61-40.
Cards just short to start ‘06
Clutch shot, free throws allow Panthers to pull away late
January 5, 2006
Paola’s Amilee Gross waited the entire game to score her first points, but her timing couldn’t have been worse for the Eudora Cardinals.
Sewer rate hike underscores folly of delayed action
January 5, 2006
There’s an adage among city officials we’ve heard in the past concerning utility rate increases. This passed on wisdom suggests you don’t do anyone a favor when you delay a rate increase. The thinking is that eventually customers will have to pay the price of producing electricity, water or providing sewer service. When smaller needed rate increases aren’t passed on, customers get hit with sticker shock when rates are inevitably raised.
Days Gone By
January 5, 2006