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In swing with summer
June 29, 2006
The Fly Route
June 29, 2006
Future the main focus in summer league baseball
June 29, 2006
As Eudora baseball coach Dirk Kinney guided the Cardinals to what would be the school’s first-ever state tournament appearance earlier this year, he was also working behind the scenes. The work being done was not as noticeable as the tournament run was, but in the long run, it may be just as important. Kinney was working for the future.
Eudora’s year tough to beat
June 29, 2006
The 2005-2006 Eudora sports year was a hard one. A hard one for the school’s trophy cases that is, as the glass cases in the commons area saw more action the past year than most years combined as new pieces of hardware were inserted on what seemed like a regular basis.
Big air to spare
June 29, 2006
No, you can’t do that. Rob Cattau, the 29-year-old Shawnee resident seen flying 10 feet over the water in the picture on the right, said he lost his superman complex years ago. That trick, it’s old, he said. He doesn’t do anything crazy anymore, not with a wife at home and a full-time job that requires him to be healthy and alert every day. Still, launching one’s self through the air is not easy, and if you’re making your first foray on a wakeboard, you won’t be able to do it. You won’t be able to do it on your second trip to the Kansas City Watersports cable park either — not on your fifth, your 10th or your 25th trip. But get addicted to the rush that is wakeboarding at the park just north of Paola and eventually you may be able to fly like Cattau.
Quilt show set
June 29, 2006
Museum open
June 29, 2006
Brick sales
June 29, 2006
City sewer studies continue
June 29, 2006
Eudora might not be ready to run with it yet, but after BG Consultants finishes a sewer study for later construction stages of the middle interceptor project, city officials will at least know where to go.
Foster remains hospitalized after lawn accident
June 29, 2006
The last two weeks have been filled with stuffed animals and surgeries for 2-year-old Alexis Foster.
Fireworks show returns
June 29, 2006
When dusk settles Tuesday evening, Eudora will literally become a boomtown.
George L. Ryan
1934-2006
June 29, 2006
Edna Patch Hanks
1911-2006
June 29, 2006
James E. Fagan
1925-2006
June 29, 2006
Marvin D. Conner
1929-2006
June 29, 2006
Community calendar
June 29, 2006
Gabriel earns Hispanic distinction
June 29, 2006
Block party, Relay successful
June 29, 2006
Block party, Relay successful
Relay support appreciated
June 29, 2006
Businesses faith in city deserves appreciation
June 29, 2006
June has been designated Business Appreciation Month, among other things.
Pinecrest news
June 29, 2006
Museum events planned
June 29, 2006
Vacation Bible School
June 29, 2006
Scouting news
June 29, 2006
Sale leftovers needed
June 29, 2006
Young sisters shine at pageant
June 29, 2006
Library news
June 29, 2006
Good gal’ named
June 29, 2006
Bake sale planned
June 29, 2006
Trail by tire
Elliott conquers 255-mile bike trail ride across Missouri, ready to do it again
June 29, 2006
Bud Elliott had reason to feel satisfied after finishing a 255-mile ride across Missouri’s Katy Bike Trail State Park, until he considered his friend Casey Jones.
New sign code delayed
June 29, 2006
Members of the Eudora City Council didn’t finalize a new set of sign codes Monday, but they may have been pointed in the right direction.
Days gone by
June 29, 2006
Bookstore trip offers tempting respites
June 29, 2006
While the days are still cool enough to sit on the back step and read, I sort through the pile of unread books that has overtaken my little office this past winter and is now creeping out the door overtaking other rooms of the house.
VFW offers flag etiquette
June 29, 2006