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Don’t bash Max
January 12, 2006
Congress makesd aid too expensive
January 12, 2006
School Calendar
January 12, 2006
Brianna Jewell Beets
January 12, 2006
Marie F. Rodina
1919-2006
January 12, 2006
Paul A. Krutz
1955-2006
January 12, 2006
Brecheisen to celebrate 90th
January 12, 2006
Card shower requested
Cardinals pick up pair of wins
January 12, 2006
After dipping below the .500 mark to start the new year, the Eudora girls basketball squad bounced back with a pair of resounding Frontier League victories to improve to 4-3 on the season.
Community Calendar
January 12, 2006
Growth issues dominate forum
January 12, 2006
Although citizens broached several topics during Saturday’s open community forum with the Eudora City Council, most of the discussion boiled down to issues concerning Eudora’s growth.
Patchwork history
Local shop owners stitch together city, Douglas County landmarks
January 12, 2006
Three Eudora women are chronicling the early history of Eudora through the art of quilting.
Planning commission recommends approval for Deer Valley annexation
January 12, 2006
After three months in front of the Eudora Planning Commission, the Deer Valley subdivision has moved on. The development by Wilson and Hoover LLC that would build 90 single-family homes, 40 two-unit townhomes and a commercial corridor on 84 acres north of Intech Business Park earned two vital recommendations from the commission Jan. 4, and now must go before the city council for final approval.
Sewer woes need attention
January 12, 2006
City council approves hike in monthly wastewater rate
January 12, 2006
The Eudora City Council faced a decision at its Monday meeting with an outcome of two possibly unpopular options. The first option would have been to do nothing and consequently let the city’s finances fall into debt. The second would result in charging a higher wastewater rate during the next billing period. After two sessions of discussion, the council voted to raise rates.
Cardinals hope win over Dogs brings momentum
January 12, 2006
In one of the most physical games of the year, the Eudora Cardinals outlasted the Anderson County Bulldogs on the road Friday night, 45-42, to improve to 5-1 on the season and 2-0 in the Frontier League.
Working ‘em over
Cleveland and the wrestling team see improvement in finishes
January 12, 2006
Eudora wrestling coach Bill DeWitt was hoping for a top-five finish going into the Dick Burns Mat Classic Saturday at Bonner Springs.
Tae kwon do-able
American Taekwando Association wants to form official Eudora chapter
January 12, 2006
Bob Brinkley leads a healthy double life. He works as a real estate broker and as a martial arts instructor. In the martial arts realm, he’s a recommended first-degree black belt in the American Taekwondo Association.
Eudora politics growing interesting
January 12, 2006