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Seuss you can use
March 2, 2006
How They Voted
March 2, 2006
House drafting school finance, workman’s compensation plans
March 2, 2006
Life Lites
Tolerance needed in shrinking world
March 2, 2006
The United States is probably the most loved, most hated and the probably the most misunderstood country in the world. There are thousands of people around the world who dream of coming here to find the American dream.
Eudora set standard for relays
March 2, 2006
The curtain closed last month on the Eudora Relay for Life’s remarkable eight-year run. It was announced that there would be no local relay this year and teams were encouraged to participate in the June 16 Baldwin Relay for Life as they did before the event at Laws Field was started.
Story hour
March 2, 2006
Mealsite volunteers needed
March 2, 2006
Ashley adjusts to altered location for shop
March 2, 2006
After years of living in Lawrence, Susan Ashley said she felt Eudorans have a unique perspective on things when it comes to distance.
Police report
March 2, 2006
Pinecrest News
March 2, 2006
Dismal days in Salina end wrestling season
March 2, 2006
A long and hopeful season ended in disappointment over the weekend as the four Eudora representatives at Salina’s Bicentennial Center found themselves going home almost as quickly as they had arrived.
Cards can’t back up Spillman’s big game
March 2, 2006
At the 1:54 mark of the fourth quarter, the Eudora Cardinals watched as their leading offensive threat walked to the bench with his fifth foul and the team down by one. Rodney Spillman took with him to the bench 30 points and seven rebounds and as it turned out, he wouldn’t come back in a Cardinal uniform.
Sewer studies get nod
March 2, 2006
The Eudora City Council approved funding during its Monday meeting for two sewer study projects to be conducted by city engineer Brian Kingsley and BG Consultants.
Childcare inservice training
March 2, 2006
Scouting news
March 2, 2006
Journalism students qualify for state
March 2, 2006
EHS notes
March 2, 2006
Moving on
The Eudora girls advance after blasting Basehor-Linwood, 58-40
March 2, 2006
For the first four minutes of Eudora’s sub-state opener, there seemed to be another team on the court. The team which had so handily dispatched De Soto and Baldwin by a combined 45 points had been replaced by a nervous and turnover-prone bunch who allowed the sixth-seed Basehor-Linwood Bobcats to mount a quick 5-0 lead. However, the Bobcats advantage turned into nothing more than an early spurt as Michelle Deluna connected from beyond the arc for the Cardinals’ first points of the game.
Morrison earns Eagle ranking
March 2, 2006
Beatty addresses entrepreneurs on state of city
March 2, 2006
Often at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner, Eudora’s mayor addresses the collected business people on the state of the city.
Sports briefs
March 2, 2006
The write stuff
Eudora Middle School students form writer’s group
March 2, 2006
Belleview FCE
March 2, 2006
Child seat inspection
March 2, 2006
Baseball registration
March 2, 2006
Girl Scout cookies Girl Scout cookies available
March 2, 2006
Holmes-Lacanlale
March 2, 2006
Griesmer-Jayne
March 2, 2006
Inez B. Skeet
1918-2006
March 2, 2006
Jean Clark Murphy
1924-2006
March 2, 2006
School calendar
March 2, 2006
Community calendar
March 2, 2006
PEP screenings scheduled
March 2, 2006
All Pro Dad
March 2, 2006
McTeacher night
March 2, 2006
Turnpike interchange approved
March 2, 2006
More traffic might be on the way, but so might a new downtown. The Kansas Turnpike Authority has agreed to build a new interchange about eight miles east of Lawrence between Tonganoxie and Eudora.
Laws Porter earns Chamber award
March 2, 2006
On Saturday, the Chamber named the former religion teacher and brokerage firm worker Eudora’s citizen of the year.