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Belleview FCE
July 13, 2006
Township board meeting
July 13, 2006
ACE group to meet
July 13, 2006
Abel reunion planned
July 13, 2006
Sale leftovers needed
July 13, 2006
Health screening set
July 13, 2006
Historical society meeting set
July 13, 2006
Booster club meeting
July 13, 2006
Douglas County free fair schedule
July 13, 2006
Volunteer training
July 13, 2006
Tree guides
July 13, 2006
Donations needed
July 13, 2006
No ECKAN distribution
July 13, 2006
Library news
July 13, 2006
Madl
July 13, 2006
Bagby
July 13, 2006
Roy N. Sanders
1934-2006
July 13, 2006
Wanda L. Price
1934-2006
July 13, 2006
Richard Langan
1935-2006
July 13, 2006
Community Calendar
July 13, 2006
Streep, heat motivates movie outings
July 13, 2006
Two weeks ago I suggested you stroll through an air-conditioned bookstore (forgetting to add the local library as well) and pick up a book that might transport you to a popular vacation spot without the need of a long, tiresome trip, take you to another time (perhaps the colorful Victorian era) or read a tense thriller to scare yourself to death at midnight when you can’t sleep. Well, this week since we are still in the middle of the summer, another suggestion I might make is to relax in the air-conditioned comfort of a movie theatre.
Vacation Bible school
July 13, 2006
KU announces spring 2006 honor roll
July 13, 2006
Pinecrest News
July 13, 2006
Eudora’s future not mortgaged to growth
July 13, 2006
Eudora is growing at the impressive rate of 21-percent since the 2000 Census. That isn’t news to anyone who has attempted to turn onto Church Street from Kansas Highway 10 during the morning or evening rush, paid enough attention to note the new mobile classrooms being set up at Nottingham Elementary School, or noticed the many new unknown faces at church, the grocery store or at the pool.
Seniors attend leadership institute
July 13, 2006
Fire chief appointed
July 13, 2006
When Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle returned from the Eudora City Council’s executive session Monday night, he kept his first public statement to the point. “We do have a fire chief –- Randall Ates,” Pyle said.
High expectations for annual Horsethief run
July 13, 2006
A long-lived athletic fund-raising tradition is coming to Eudora again this year. The Horsethief Run, formerly known as the CPA Fun Run, will take place at 7:30 a.m., Saturday at Eudora Middle School, 12635 Church St. Participants can either run the 4-mile trail or walk the two-mile track. As in previous years, the proceeds will go to the Eudora High School cross country team.
Guest column: World Cup trip worldly experience for De Soto pair
July 13, 2006
Early Saturday afternoon found us wandering the streets of Munich surrounding the main train station. In typical tourist fashion, I was taking pictures, mostly of the architecture, with my son Duncan complaining every time I tried to include him. The train station itself was an unbelievable flurry of activity. In Munich that afternoon at 4 p.m., Germany was playing Sweden in the first match of the second round, and there was a non-stop parade of fans going to the big game. The proverbial electricity was in the air, to put it mildly.
EHS to offer summer football camp
July 13, 2006
A cut above
Bichelmeyer establishes songwriting chops with first-place in contest
July 13, 2006
Garry Bichelmeyer’s dream is simple, yet complicated. In June, the 58-year-old Tonganoxie man traveled north to Nebraska to win the Wahoo Country Music Show songwriting championship. He hopes this win will give his sideline country music career a boost. For his day job, he’s a meat cutter at Price Chopper in Bonner Springs. But it’s not glittering Nashville fame he desires.
CPA parades
July 13, 2006
Artist to show founding family’s affection
July 13, 2006
When sculptor Jim Brothers saw the scene, he knew he had it.
New voters could decide bond’s fate
July 13, 2006
In order to revamp the city’s pool and build a recreation center, supporters of an upcoming referendum have poured their energies into increasing the size of a different kind of pool. Starting months ago with a table that drew 23 new voters at a PTO carnival, Eudora City Administrator Cheryl Beatty has overseen an effort to broaden the city’s voting ranks.
Learning curve
July 13, 2006
It is not often a baseball trainer tells his students practicing batting to, “Watch this ball go by.” But that is exactly what former Major League Baseball player Jamil Phillips tells his trainees.
Eudora baby delivered under Tongie water tower
July 13, 2006
When Kim and Pete Feyerabend bought their Chrysler Stow ‘n’ Go van last year, they knew it would be handy. But until last week, the Eudora couple didn’t imagine just how handy it would be.
Quilters prepare for show
July 13, 2006
Statue fund-raiser
July 13, 2006
Church news
July 13, 2006
Annual summer festival features familiar fun
July 13, 2006
It’s a carnival. It’s parades. It’s the 2006 CPA Picnic. Once again, Eudora’s tribute to the supermen who fought cattle rustlers in the town’s distant past is set to return in a summer haze of glory.
The Fly Route
July 13, 2006
Days Gone By
July 13, 2006
GOP strife surfaces in primary
July 13, 2006