Archive for Thursday, November 2, 2006

Also from November 2

All stories

Books needed
November 2, 2006
Days gone by
November 2, 2006
Eudora High School first-quarter honor rolls
November 2, 2006
Fund-raiser set
November 2, 2006
Veteran’s recognition
November 2, 2006
Tailgating planned
November 2, 2006
Recreation complex out for bid after council approved final design
November 2, 2006
With tile, carpet and gym floor samples in tow Oct. 23, project architect Jay Zimmerschied of BG Consultants led the Eudora City Council on a final conceptual tour of the Eudora Community and Aquatic Center.
Leaving their past behind
November 2, 2006
Compared to Eva Belle Gerstenberger’s former five-bedroom home off Winchester Road, the new townhome felt like an apartment, she said.
District launches redesigned Web site
November 2, 2006
For Eudora USD 491 alumni, the score of last week’s football game is just a click away. For parents feeling the need to get an update on their student’s performance or to check on district news, it’s a matter of setting a bookmark. And if a voter is puzzled over the district’s next bond issue, they too can clear things up with a visit to the district’s newly revamped Web site.
Prayer group
November 2, 2006
KU scholarships available
November 2, 2006
Pancake feed slated
November 2, 2006
Health department temporarily out of vaccine
November 2, 2006
Youth group meeting
November 2, 2006
Wyatt I. Hendry
1925-2006
November 2, 2006
Anna Sue Clark
1938-2006
November 2, 2006
Yearbook ads available
November 2, 2006
Help needed from Kansas
November 2, 2006
Finding peace with the darkness
November 2, 2006
As much as I love the changing season, the vibrant colors of trees and countryside, the upcoming holidays with feasting and family, and enjoy living in Kansas where our life cycles revolve around nature, I still must contend with the early darkness that comes each fall with the end of daylight savings time.
Mayor should look for fairness, confidence
November 2, 2006
Last week, Kevin Miller announced his resignation from the Eudora City Council. His quick exit came with a plea not to be approached about his reasons for leaving.
Chino, Burns medal at state meet
November 2, 2006
Eudora senior Cody Burns was upfront with his frustration — his senior cross country season didn’t go nearly as well as he would have liked. An inspired race at the Wamego Country Club golf course capped by a gut-wrenching sprint toward the finish line changed all of that, however. Burns passed one runner and edged another by no more than a blink to achieve his goal of a medal at Saturday’s Class 4A state cross country meet.
Graff, girls happy with times, not results
November 2, 2006
Nearly any other girl and nearly any other team would have spent Saturday afternoon and evening celebrating. But it may take Brittney Graff and the Eudora girls cross country team a little while to put it all in perspective.
Basketball clinic
November 2, 2006
Middle school basketball
November 2, 2006
Election receipts, expenditures available
November 2, 2006
Cancer retreat
November 2, 2006
Bible study offered
November 2, 2006
School menus
November 2, 2006
Orr
November 2, 2006
Band fund-raiser set
November 2, 2006
School calendar
November 2, 2006
Justice should be blind
November 2, 2006
Community calendar
November 2, 2006
VFW makes scholarships available
November 2, 2006
Accident injures four, including child
November 2, 2006
Ryan joins agency
November 2, 2006
Pinecrest news
November 2, 2006
Sunflower board chosen
November 2, 2006
Police report
November 2, 2006
Gardner intermodal annexation vote could have far-reaching consequences
November 2, 2006
The signs at the entrances to Gardner welcome visitors with “Where the travels divide,” a reference to the city’s roots as the dividing point of Oregon and Santa Fe trails. For the past six months, signs demanding “No intermodal” have called into question the southwest Johnson County city’s future as a transportation hub.
Biker rally pitched to council
November 2, 2006
After two years of ushering the Kansas City March of Dimes Bikers for Babies charity ride through downtown Eudora, DC Custom Crafted Cycles owners Matt Montgomery and Tina Lencioni are revving their engines on a new plan.
Campaign briefing: Shift to Dems attracts national notice
November 2, 2006
Campaigns that will decide the future of the state and its politics are underway and will culminate on Nov. 7. Between now and then, this new blog will provide all the latest campaign news from outlets across the state.
School greeters needed
November 2, 2006
Tyler Alexander Copes
November 2, 2006
The Fly Route
November 2, 2006
Yearbook sales
November 2, 2006
Wise-Wilson
November 2, 2006