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Trunk or treat
October 19, 2006
Obituary — Anthony J. Vital
1978-2006
October 19, 2006
Obituary — John Douglas Williams
1936-2006
October 19, 2006
Campaign briefing: Washington Post — Moderates flee the Kansas GOP
October 19, 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.
Fire drill
October 19, 2006
Tough’ Cards hope to roll De Soto
October 19, 2006
Anyone trying to figure out the magic that has powered the Eudora football team’s explosive offense need look no further than the first three drives of Friday’s win at Spring Hill. The Cardinals rode up-and-coming running back Travis Clarke on 14 plays, allowing the team’s most consistent unit — a gritty offensive line — to pave the way for two touchdowns and drive the team inside the opponent’s 20-yard line for a third time.
Sub-statement
Eudora delivers a powerful message with final sub-state tune-up
October 19, 2006
Eudora volleyball coach Jill Stutler said her team had quietly been anticipating its last match of the regional season — a showdown against defending state champion Santa Fe Trail. There was nothing quiet about what the Cardinals did when the match finally came, however.
Chino races to front of pack
October 19, 2006
Joey Chino said he doesn’t blame opposing coaches or his cross country opponents for not remembering what he did last year at the state cross country meet. Heck, Chino said he’d wouldn’t mind forgetting how it all worked out. But that was a year ago and a few things have changed since he finished 65th at the Wamego Country Club golf course in the biggest race of the year.
Soccer team pushes toward regionals
October 19, 2006
If being close counted for something in soccer, the Cardinal soccer team would be rolling in success. In what was possibly one of the closest games of the season, the Cards lost to Louisburg 5-4 Tuesday evening, with Louisburg assuring its victory with just minutes left in the game.
Clarke powers Cards to win
October 19, 2006
Eudora coach Gregg Webb said Travis Clarke is still learning what it takes to be a great running back. Here’s a tip, Travis — play more games like Friday’s and it won’t be long before Webb and everyone else doesn’t hesitate to take “learning” out of that sentence.
Wrestling sign ups
October 19, 2006
Adult basketball
October 19, 2006
Annual run slated
October 19, 2006
EHS hosting blood drive
October 19, 2006
Weigh-In for United Way
October 19, 2006
Benefit dinner set
October 19, 2006
Everley researches abroad
October 19, 2006
Curves ahead
Promise of shapelier bodies brings women to new Eudora gym
October 19, 2006
Extension news
October 19, 2006
Dining with Diabetes
October 19, 2006
Scouting news
October 19, 2006
Members of Boy Scout Troop 64 of Eudora participated in EudoraFest by opening the festival with a flag ceremony, and assisting their charter organization — the Eudora Lions Club — in providing games for children in the CPA Park on Main Street.
Cole Matthew Smith
October 19, 2006
Johnson
October 19, 2006
Board leases two more modulars
October 19, 2006
Two more modular units will be on the way to Nottingham Elementary School for the 2007 school year.
Eudora tapped for Leica product demonstration
October 19, 2006
A crowd of onlookers poked and prodded yellow construction equipment Tuesday in a field next to Dwane Richardson’s house south of Eudora. He didn’t mind a bit.
Commission hears action plan for TIF district
October 19, 2006
The development of a commercial incentive district should fall together like pieces in a puzzle, Eudora planning consultant Scott Michie said.
Teenager recovering after stunt
October 19, 2006
Rose Pyle House sees her son, Joe White’s, recovery coming in small steps. He’s awake. He’s moving. “Compared to this time last week, it’s much more hopeful,” House said.
Beatty suspension exposes council rift
October 19, 2006
City Administrator Cheryl Beatty and the role she plays in city government continues to divide the Eudora City Council a month after the council voted to hand the top city employee a three-day suspension.
Research key
October 19, 2006
As a retired building contractor, I now have ample time to research the records and background of candidates running for office in our local area.
Brick sales
October 19, 2006
Kobza defines key bond issue decisions
October 19, 2006
As the citizens advisory committee toured Eudora USD 491 properties last week, Superintendent Marty Kobza related what he saw as the two important decisions facing the school board as it crafted a bond issue to be put before voters in about a year.
Wilma Rockhold
1914-2006
October 19, 2006
Margaret B. Raines
1904-2006
October 19, 2006
William A. Long
1937-2006
October 19, 2006
Paul Burns
1937-2006
October 19, 2006
Marvin L. “Hans” Beem
1935-2006
October 19, 2006
School calendar
October 19, 2006
Community calendar
October 19, 2006
Grantseekers sessions
October 19, 2006
Senior citizen dinner
October 19, 2006
Police report
October 19, 2006
Pinecrest news
October 19, 2006
Kids’ Day Out
October 19, 2006
Volunteers honored
October 19, 2006
Special food drive set
October 19, 2006
Costume parade
October 19, 2006
Lodge news
October 19, 2006
Lock-in planned
October 19, 2006
Injury accident
October 19, 2006
School greeters needed
October 19, 2006
Mealsite help needed
October 19, 2006
EHS notes
October 19, 2006
Eudora produces its own power women
October 19, 2006
Days gone by
October 19, 2006