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Collection site open
September 14, 2006
Mealsite volunteers needed
September 14, 2006
Historical society to have meeting
September 14, 2006
ACE group meeting
September 14, 2006
Kids Day Out resumes
September 14, 2006
Sump pump checks
September 14, 2006
Days gone by
September 14, 2006
Do budget problems await the next governor?
September 14, 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.
Blastball
September 14, 2006
Middle school volleyball
September 14, 2006
Freshman football
September 14, 2006
The Fly Route
September 14, 2006
Volleyball cruises to 8-0
September 14, 2006
It may have started easily enough ? a kill here, a dive there and then a win ? but it sure did not end up that way. In what was quite possibly the toughest match the Eudora volleyball team has played all season, the Cards barely squeaked out a win against conference rival Wellsville Tuesday evening at the Eagles’ home courts.
Powering to perfection
Eudora tosses second-straight shutout to beat Vikings
September 14, 2006
It was another week and another shutout ? just business as usual for the Cardinal football team. Picking right up from where they left off last week, the Cards beat the Central Heights Vikings 34-0 Friday night at Laws Field.
Cardinals turn quiet; lose pair and senior leader
September 14, 2006
It was an up hill fight for the Cardinals soccer team Monday after losing several battles. Falling to Turner 3-1 and De Soto 3-0 last week, the Cards were down. Then came the news that team captain David Westerhouse had broken his leg in a weekend skateboarding accident and most likely would be out for the rest of the season, which deeply affected the team, coach Matt Higgins said.
Season heats up as Cards head across state line
September 14, 2006
The Eudora cross country team is scheduled for some of the toughest competitions in Kansas this season, and if all goes as planned, both the boys and the girls teams will take part in the state cross country meet. That will all be on hold this week, however, as the Cardinals take a trip out of state for a competition they hope will be unforgettable.
Wellsville awaits 2-0 Eudora
September 14, 2006
The Cardinal football team is on a roll. With two shutouts under their belt, the Cards are shifting their sights to Wellsville for the first away game of the season. But coach Gregg Webb said although it was an away game, it probably would not feel like one.
Junior varsity sports
September 14, 2006
Middle school football
September 14, 2006
Abel tournament
September 14, 2006
School calendar
September 14, 2006
College planning conference set
September 14, 2006
EHS notes
September 14, 2006
CROP Walk hitting the area
September 14, 2006
Community calendar
September 14, 2006
Benschoter-Flowers
September 14, 2006
District consultants suggest 2007 bond referendum
September 14, 2006
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education could have a citizens’ advisory group in place this fall to help it craft what consultants say should be a $40 million bond issue.
Girls put pedal to mettle in car classes
September 14, 2006
To Eudora High School senior Beth Folks, it was just a good idea. She’s a car person and after learning about the Eudora/De Soto Technical Education Center’s automotive technology courses, she was hooked.
EHS senior injured in accident
September 14, 2006
A Eudora High School senior is recovering from injuries resulting from a weekend wreck just east of Topeka as law enforcement officials continue to investigate the accident. Marisa Bergman, 17, was the passenger in a pickup truck driven by 19-year-old Jacob Whallon, of Olathe.
Pinecrest news
September 14, 2006
Bible study offered
September 14, 2006
Theft reported
September 14, 2006
Police report
September 14, 2006
City Administrator Beatty handed three-day suspension
September 14, 2006
A divided Eudora City Council suspended City Administrator Cheryl Beatty for three days without pay. The council made the decision after returning from an hour long executive session. Councilmen Scott Hopson, Kevin Miller and Bill Whitten voted for the suspension while Councilwoman Lori Fritzel and Councilman Dan Gregg opposed the action.
School menus
September 14, 2006
Mayor to sell property
September 14, 2006
Yoga, pilates classes oferred
September 14, 2006
Health screening set
September 14, 2006
Food pantry needs help
September 14, 2006
SFAAP picnic planned
September 14, 2006
School greeters needed
September 14, 2006
College notes
September 14, 2006
Brick sales
September 14, 2006
Volunteers appreciated
September 14, 2006
The Eudora Lions Club wishes to thank Eudora and the surrounding citizens that made the community garage sale fund-raiser such a success.
Freedom safe from terrorists
September 14, 2006
To paraphrase White House press secretary Tony Snow’s phrase when asked to comment when combat deaths in Iraq exceeded 2,500, the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is a number.
Schedule changes
September 14, 2006
Benefit run/walk
September 14, 2006
Storytime
September 14, 2006
Leash laws in effect
September 14, 2006
Bikers, Eudora good match
Roar of machines at odds with harmony of event
September 14, 2006
Riding for relief
September 14, 2006
Youth football
September 14, 2006
Adult co-ed volleyball
September 14, 2006
Church news
September 14, 2006
Condition report
September 14, 2006
EudoraFest meeting
September 14, 2006
Schools key in debate
September 14, 2006