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District, city OK property exchange
June 22, 2006
They aren’t taking part in a television show, but the city of Eudora and USD 491 are trading spaces –- for good. The Eudora City Council cemented a deal June 12 during an executive session effectively ending ambiguity stemming from a decades-old land lease agreement.
Relay from afar
June 22, 2006
No Moore of the same
June 22, 2006
Impasse gives false impression
June 22, 2006
For the past 11 months, many teachers, administrators and elected officials have probably found themselves in an uncomfortable position as the district and its teachers engaged in a prolonged attempt to reach settlement on a teachers’ contract for the 2005-2006 school year.
LMH land purchase approved
June 22, 2006
A project by Lawrence Memorial Hospital to build a new medical office building in Eudora is a step closer to reality.
Clara C. Luman
1930-2006
June 22, 2006
Julia Carolyn Morris
1912-2006
June 22, 2006
George L. Ryan
1934-2006
June 22, 2006
Donald W. Ball
1941 - 2006
June 22, 2006
Community calendar
June 22, 2006
Monster hunting
Topeka-based guide offers unique fishing experience on the Kansas River
June 22, 2006
Things don’t always go perfectly, not even for CatDaddy. That much was clear early Sunday evening. A whole day of work — scouting followed by setting lines, all supplemented by traditional pole fishing — and there wasn’t even a whole cooler full of fish to show. R. R.“CatDaddy” Shumway laughed it off, however, and at the same time promised his two customers that when the rapidly approaching dusk arrived, so would some catfish.
Hunts for river’s beasts often come up dry
June 22, 2006
The pictures on the wall of Hack’s Outfitters are numerous and the faces range from joyful to tired as each person holds a trophy catch. The trophies are giant flathead catfish, a mottled and flattened out version of other more accessible catfish such as the bullhead and the more often seen channel cat. These beasts can grow to nearly 100 pounds, and the big ones have been swimming in nearby rivers and lakes, since Nixon was in the White House.
Seven-on-seven workouts could prove valuable to Cardinals
June 22, 2006
Wednesday was the first official day of summer, and with it came the heat and humidity which dominate the gap between school years. Earlier in the week, however, the Eudora Cardinals jumped ahead of the official start of fall practice with an unofficial remedy — football.
New agents hired
June 22, 2006
College notes
June 22, 2006
Miracle grow
Despite unfriendly Kansas climate, soil, local farmer’s grape vineyard still strong
June 22, 2006
Greg Davenport never really gets a sigh of relief. For the owner of a 150-acre farm and winery just west of Eudora’s city limits, there is always something with the potential to harm his business. Storms. Weeds. Market regulations. Right now, it’s the lack of rain that is furrowing his brow.
Motorcycle run
June 22, 2006
Sign ordinances to return to council agenda
June 22, 2006
Sign, sign everywhere a new sign ordinance. It took nine months and both a recommendation from the Eudora Planning Commission and ultimately direction from the Eudora City Council, but the city will soon have an updated set of sign codes.
Safety fair
June 22, 2006
Days gone by
June 22, 2006
Americans just don’t understand
June 22, 2006
Statue benefit ride nears
June 22, 2006
There will be an old-school ride Sunday for an old-school kind of girl. It will be the second monthly fund-raising event to pay for a statue of Eudora Fish –- daughter of the town’s founder and city namesake. This time it’s catered to the rough and tumble bikers with hearts of gold.
Eudora sustains population growth
June 22, 2006
Even as U.S. Census Bureau estimates show Eudora’s growth rate continues to hum along at a healthy pace, city officials are preparing for a boom.
The Fly Route
June 22, 2006