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Medicare doesn’t make housecalls
Beware of smooth-talking scam artists
August 16, 2007
Several weeks ago, I got a call from an elderly woman. Her story was of a kind that we hear from time to time. She told of a man who showed up at her door about two months earlier, saying he was from Medicare. He had important information.
Military Matters: Navy officer fired at Fort Leavenworth
August 16, 2007
Here are recent headlines about the military in Kansas.
Opening ceremonies
August 16, 2007
Police report
August 16, 2007
Pinecrest news
August 16, 2007
District ACT scores climb
August 16, 2007
New resource officer ready to serve district
August 16, 2007
Eudora students will be introduced to a new daily police presence in their midst this year. With the start of school, Ryan Healzer started as the district’s new school resource officer, replacing Tad Teehee
Board considers energy savings
August 16, 2007
Although the $45 million school bond referendum is more than two months away and potential construction is even further off, the Eudora USD 491 Board of Education is already looking at ways to save energy in its new buildings.
Appointment ordinance squeaks by
August 16, 2007
Starting next May, citizens could know who will hold the city’s top jobs for the next two years. That’s because the Eudora City Council passed a charter ordinance Monday to change how the city appoints department heads. Currently, the mayor appoints department heads with the consent of the council for one year during the first meeting in July.
Zoo wish comes true
August 16, 2007
Elaney Pickering surrounds herself with animals. On Monday evening, she spent time with her dogs and a white cockatiel. The 13-year-old also cares for another bird, rabbits and two cats, but her newest additions were furry mountains of stuffed animals stacked around her and her 8-year-old sister, Elyssa Conrad.
Prayer group
August 16, 2007
College notes
August 16, 2007
Health screening set
August 16, 2007
Rinke family reunites
August 16, 2007
Wedding: Carder-Dardis
August 16, 2007
Engagement: Shire-Thoennes
August 16, 2007
Obituary: Rosetta B. Saunders
1924-2007
August 16, 2007
School calendar
August 16, 2007
Community calendar
August 16, 2007
Eudora’s ready to embrace ward system
August 16, 2007
Board to discuss building names
August 16, 2007
Tea totality
Eudora High School graduate brings art of tea to Kansas
August 16, 2007
The Shiau family is a tea drinking family. Almost daily, the Shiaus gather around steeping leaves and discuss the happenings of their day.
Stone earns scholarship
August 16, 2007
Pool hours changing
August 16, 2007
Young adult group
August 16, 2007
Kindergarten classes begin Thursday
August 16, 2007
Local sports club looking for sponsors
August 16, 2007
The Fly Route
August 16, 2007
It’s go time
Eudora hopes to follow up successful 2006 with equally impressive season
August 16, 2007
You wouldn’t be able to tell by the thermometer — it repeatedly pushed into the triple digits — but the Eudora football team’s summer came to a close Monday. As teams all around Kansas begin their fall practices on Monday, the Cardinals began preparations for what they’re hoping will be another solid season. Coming off a highly successful 11-1 season which included a Frontier League Championship, undefeated regular season and a run in the state playoffs, Eudora, under the direction of coach Gregg Webb, is anxious to get things going.
Attitude still positive despite team’s heavy losses
August 16, 2007
With the hot summer seemingly reaching its apex, not many people are quite in the running mind frame. However, the Eudora High School cross country team is gearing up with exactly the opposite approach as it heads into the 2007 season. Lead by head coach Paul Boone, the Cardinal runners are hoping to make their own mark despite losing several key runners to graduation.
Engagement: Pendleton-Grillot
August 16, 2007
EudoraFest meeting
August 16, 2007