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ED-TEC students named state champs
March 23, 2006
ProStart students from the Eudora-De Soto Technical Education Center in Eudora were recently awarded first place in the management team competition at the fifth annual Kansas Restaurant and Hospitality Association’s Hospitality Cup Student Competition March 8 and 9 in Wichita.
Cox awarded scholarship
March 23, 2006
How They Voted
March 23, 2006
Review Ahoy!
March 23, 2006
Pitching question mark for opener
March 23, 2006
Even though Monday was the official start of spring, winter still had a say in things with some nasty weather, which turned the Eudora practice field into something more akin to a tractor pull than a ball field.
Peltzman resigns soccer post
March 23, 2006
After four years as the Eudora soccer team’s head coach, Erik Peltzman has decided not to return for the 2006 season.
Paola awaits Cards Monday
March 23, 2006
Last year the Eudora Cardinal softball team began the year by facing one of the state’s top pitchers in Ottawa’s Megan Ramsey. To begin the 2006 campaign, the Cardinals dodge the proverbial bullet and will take the field in the comfort of home against the Paola Panthers.
Board considers growth
March 23, 2006
The USD 491 Board of Education will tackle potential growth during a special meeting at 8 a.m. Saturday in the district office, 1002 Elm St.
City looks to detach sump pumps
March 23, 2006
If all goes as planned, the days of residential sump pumps being connected to Eudora’s sewer system are numbered.
Eudora statue commissioned
March 23, 2006
Lawrence artist Jim Brothers’ mentor once told him to do his best for a commissioned work whether it was for a nickel or $1 million. In 16 months, Eudora will see his best.
Police report
March 23, 2006
Long-due improvements needed for waste plant
March 23, 2006
Despite construction errors and a plague of excess storm water issues, Eudora’s wastewater treatment plant could still face a strong future, Pat Cox of BG Consultants told the Eudora City Council at its March 13 meeting.
Child seat inspection, Girl Scout cookies booth
March 23, 2006
Artwork on display
March 23, 2006
All-night prom
March 23, 2006
Students chosen for NHS
March 23, 2006
Hunter safety course
March 23, 2006
Eudora High School hosting blood drive
March 23, 2006
Pinecrest News
March 23, 2006
College notes
March 23, 2006
School notes
March 23, 2006
Bits and pieces
Nature shows its dominance in storms, Grand Canyon
March 23, 2006
A violent storm roared through this area a week ago Sunday creating chaos and damage. And for me, it was my third “near-death” experience. On the heels of that, a winter storm is expected to dump snow on us this week after an incredibly mild January and February. The Kansas University mens basketball team lost to Bradley (reminiscent of last year’s loss to Bucknell), and as of this writing, Wichita State is still a hopeful in the NCAA tournament and is making Kansans proud. And I haven’t yet bored you with any stories of my recent trip to the Grand Canyon, have I?
Rec complex must excite citizens’ passion
March 23, 2006
Last week, the Eudora City council was presented the concept drawings of the recreation complex. There is much for everyone in the community in the proposed complex that includes a pool with elements that make it more than a youthful hangout, full gymnasium and meeting room with kitchen facility. With a price tag of about $3.7 million, it would also represent a sizeable investment by the city.
Variety show set for April
March 23, 2006
Knipp-Beets
March 23, 2006
School calendar
March 23, 2006
Community calendar
March 23, 2006
House votes to phase out franchise tax
March 23, 2006
Community foundation responds to needs
March 23, 2006
Church news
March 23, 2006
The natural
Fernandez earns trip to regional with state gymnastic title
March 23, 2006
Tami Klinedinst still fondly remembers the moment when she realized her daughter — Eudora High School junior Melissa Fernandez — might have the makings of a gymnast. Fernandez was just 5 years old, but Klinedinst said it was clear her daughter was already a natural.
The fly route
March 23, 2006
City Hall expansion progresses slowly
March 23, 2006
In the past, Eudora City Administrator Cheryl Beatty heard the bustle of the Parks and Recreation Department outside her office door in the basement of Eudora City Hall. Now, instead of the rustle of footsteps and equipment, Beatty hears the whine of power sanders and drills. The city has been moving ahead with an ongoing expansion for the last month.
Cub Scouts need help
March 23, 2006
Cross site open
March 23, 2006