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The Fly Route
October 12, 2006
Prayer group
October 12, 2006
No ECKAN distribution
October 12, 2006
Boone: This is what Cards have been waiting for
October 12, 2006
Eudora cross country coach Paul Boone didn’t even try to play down the importance of Thursday’s Frontier League meet, nor that of next week’s regional race
Yearbook ads available
October 12, 2006
Customer appreciation day
October 12, 2006
Health screening set
October 12, 2006
Museum open
October 12, 2006
Fresh faced for fall
October 12, 2006
Eudora smothers Anderson County
October 12, 2006
There really is no better way to start off a football game. Matthew Abel has provided an offensive spark the Eudora football team all season, and Friday he didn’t even wait for the first offensive play to offer that jump start. Abel fielded the opening kickoff at the 10-yard line and zipped through the defense 90 yards for a touchdown.
Obituary — Marvin “Hans” Beem
1935-2006
October 12, 2006
Campaign briefing: Backlash over Sebelius’ plans for education board
October 12, 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.
Defense improves, but Cardinals can’t slow losing slide
October 12, 2006
Close games and solid play just haven’t added up for the Eudora soccer team, but that doesn’t have the Cardinals down. Although the Cards lost to Baldwin on Saturday 4-0, coach Matt Higgins said the game was far from a complete loss.
Cardinals hope to pick up momentum as end nears
October 12, 2006
Things were going exactly as planned for the Eudora volleyball team. The Cardinals racked up big wins against Frontier League foes Baldwin and Louisburg and were well on their way to enjoying Senior Night the right way. Then Paola came along and messed it all up.
C team volleyball
October 12, 2006
Mud volleyball
October 12, 2006
Youth football
October 12, 2006
Eudora statue project ‘cooking right along’
October 12, 2006
Eudora Lions Club member Tom Tucker uses a phrase to sum up both the Eudora statue project’s structural and financial progress. “It’s cooking right along,” Tucker said.
Advisory committee tours USD 491
October 12, 2006
As a citizen advisory committee embarked a fact-finding tour of Eudora USD 491 Thursday, district officials began discovering a few facts of their own on public opinion.
Outages test city crews
October 12, 2006
Officials say they can trace the blinking alarm clocks, brown outs and electrical outages seen in the last three months to three things: storms, wind and squirrels.
Maple Leaf Festival looking for quilts
October 12, 2006
Rec center sewer issue to be resolved
October 12, 2006
The Eudora Recreation and Aquatic Center construction schedule might have hit a delay Monday night if not for the Eudora City Council’s decision to go ahead with sewer improvements near the site.
Police report
October 12, 2006
Youth groups meeting
October 12, 2006
ACE group to meet
October 12, 2006
Chamber meeting set
October 12, 2006
Fund-raiser set
October 12, 2006
Masden Missing
October 12, 2006
WOW Fest planned
October 12, 2006
Maturity doesn’t omit playfulness
October 12, 2006
Every morning in that time before I fully return to awareness with my first sip of coffee, these little wake-up mantras play through my head.
NCLB’s unintended consequences need attention
October 12, 2006
In the speech last week at a Washington, D.C., charter school, President George Bush called for Congress to write stricter standards when it reauthorizes the landmark education reform bill next year. In doing so, he cited the success of the charter school as proof vast improvements can be made. In doing so, he demonstrated some of the cherry picking because the school was only four of 34 such charter schools meeting the standards of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Paul Burns
1937-2006
October 12, 2006
John Wayne Read
1931-2006
October 12, 2006
George Abel
1928-2006
October 12, 2006
Church news
October 12, 2006
School calendar
October 12, 2006
Community calendar
October 12, 2006
Elliotts to celebrate 40th
October 12, 2006
Bible study offered
October 12, 2006
Despite a shiny 6-0 record, Eudora’s season will hinge on the next three games
October 12, 2006
In the Cardinal football team locker room, a sign hangs with the team’s season record. After the Anderson County win, the sign read 6-0. Now, going into district play, it says 0-0. The Cards have entered the all-important district play. The final three games of the season — against Spring Hill, De Soto and Baldwin — respectively, decide whether or not the Cards will advance to the state tournament, regardless of what their regular season record was.
Days gone by
October 12, 2006
Book discussions
October 12, 2006
Sherman coming
October 12, 2006