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Massey moves on after more than three decades
June 1, 2006
As was fitting on the day of her last ride, Jane Massey wore yellow.
Bugle boy
June 1, 2006
Block party fills Relay void
June 1, 2006
Eudora will get a chance Saturday to help the American Cancer Society in a new way.
Pre-app meeting set
June 1, 2006
Funding plan adds little for Eudora
June 1, 2006
Family tradition
June 1, 2006
Roles change but values remain same
June 1, 2006
Baseball, track, and choir honors mark the passing of this year at Eudora High, along with graduation from both the high school and the Community Learning Center. What an impressive and motivated group of young people we are sending off into the world this year.
EMS talks should look to future
June 1, 2006
Eudora City Council members took the correct action last week when Bill Vigneron requested the city take charge of the volunteer Eudora Emergency Medical Service he directs. Vigneron said long-standing conflicts involving operating procedures and protocol of his volunteers and those of Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical led him to recommend Eudora EMS end its relationship with that service.
Police report
June 1, 2006
Days gone by
June 1, 2006
College notes
June 1, 2006
Library notes
June 1, 2006
Surgical unit director promoted at LMH
June 1, 2006
Donald R. Baker
1936-2006
June 1, 2006
Arlen C. Wisdom
1931-2006
June 1, 2006
Cards make run at title
Team advances to championship game, falls to Bishop Ward
June 1, 2006
It wasn’t supposed to end like this. A season which was destined to be like none other in the relatively short history of Eudora Cardinal baseball was unceremoniously buried in a single inning Saturday at Salina’s Dean Evans Stadium.
Johnson speaks at ROTC commission ceremony
June 1, 2006
Community calendar
June 1, 2006
Safety fair
June 1, 2006
Pinecrest news
June 1, 2006
Wild beasts give reading a boost
June 1, 2006
To go up against a new pool to the east and the beeps and whizzes of videogames, the Eudora Public Library has enlisted the help of the animal kingdom to help youngsters crack open a book this summer.
Kobza excited about administrative shifts
June 1, 2006
In addition to the physical changes and improvements headed to the district, next year will feature a revamped administrative structure, including the return of Rod Moyer as principal of Eudora Middle School.
Blood drive set
June 1, 2006
All Pro Dad event
June 1, 2006
Citywide garage sale
June 1, 2006
Quilt guild to meet
June 1, 2006
EudoraFest meeting
June 1, 2006
Belleview FCE
June 1, 2006
Cemetery flower removal
June 1, 2006
Alumni banquet set
June 1, 2006
Eudora girls grab second at state track
June 1, 2006
Standing at the peak of performance Saturday, Eudora sophomore Emily Ballock enjoyed her successful defense of the 300-meter hurdle state title with a very simple thought — victory never gets old.
The Fly Route
June 1, 2006