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Eudora City Council meeting agenda
February 22, 2007
The Fly Route
February 22, 2007
Girls look to reignite season
February 22, 2007
The Eudora girls basketball team lost to the Louisburg Wildcats 49-39 Monday night in game where it showed momentary signs of greatness, but all too often played flat.
Very nice, high five!
February 22, 2007
The regional wrestling tournament, hosted by Baldwin Friday and Saturday, saw its fair share of Eudora successes. With the team placing sixth overall, five Eudora wrestlers won the opportunity to wrestle one more time — at state.
Louisburg too much for aching Cardinals
February 22, 2007
Despite a hard-fought second half, the Eudora boys basketball team was never able to recover from a slow first quarter, eventually losing to Louisburg Tuesday night, 64-51.
Club volleyball
February 22, 2007
Basketball games’ times changed
February 22, 2007
Adult indoor soccer
February 22, 2007
Preparing the way
Eudora United Methodist Church’s new building continues to rise despite harsh weather
February 22, 2007
In spite of the snow and ice, Don Bradshaw remains confident. Bradshaw is the project manager for the Eudora United Methodist Church’s new worship center. Over the past months, he has seen the skeleton of the building slowly rise in a field south of Kansas Highway 10. This week, if all goes as planned, he’ll raise the roof. If so, it will be a milestone in the worship center’s construction. “I’d say we’re about halfway there right now,” Bradshaw said.
State Legislature to consider child safety measures
February 22, 2007
TOPEKA — Child advocates Tuesday urged lawmakers to approve a bill that would assess a $25 fine to adults who leave a child unattended in a vehicle. “Cars are not babysitters,” Dr. Dennis Cooley, a Topeka pediatrician told the Senate Transportation Committee.
Kobza promotes district’s tech savvy
February 22, 2007
In Eudora USD 491 Superintendent Marty Kobza’s eyes, a computer at Eudora High School is more than a machine. A DVD player at Nottingham Elementary School does more than play a disc. Each piece of technology is part of the student’s overall educational experience, he said. Kobza took the opportunity to share the point and the district’s technological achievements with a national school board panel from Feb. 7 to 9.
Kingston finds Eudora fit to print
February 22, 2007
Dick Johnson’s two-year search for a new building ended Friday, when the Lawrence businessman closed on a deal that will bring his printing company and more than 40 jobs to Eudora. Johnson, owner of Kingston Printing Inc., is buying the former manufacturing home of M-Pact Worldwide at 1310 Kistler Drive in the Intech Business Park along the north side of Kansas Highway 10.
Parents As Teachers no longer run by district
February 22, 2007
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education unanimously decided Feb. 5 to pass control of the Parents As Teachers program to the Northeast Kansas Education Service Center.
Eudora police involved in high-speed chase
February 22, 2007
Eudora police say they knew the man who fled from them late Monday night. They just couldn’t catch him.
Ski trip planned
February 22, 2007
Lions Club chili/soup dinner
February 22, 2007
Learning the rurals
Rural mentorship program lets medical students see another side of medicine
February 22, 2007
Tim Kim, like the University of Kansas Medical Center medical students who came before him, has learned from many teachers at Eudora Family Practice. Primarily, Dr. Daniel Dickerson mentors him as part of the Kansas Rural Preceptor Program, but Kim’s true instruction comes from a larger faculty. “While I’m the preceptor, the patients are the real teachers,” Dickerson said.
Property valuations growth rate predicted to slow
February 22, 2007
Douglas County property owners will be seeing an average of less than a 3 percent increase in their valuations this year, County Appraiser Marion Johnson told county commissioners Feb. 11.
Police report
February 22, 2007
Daffodil days
February 22, 2007
Volunteers needed
February 22, 2007
Pincecrest news
February 22, 2007
Parents’ meeting
February 22, 2007
Society news
February 22, 2007
Accident hospitalizes one
February 22, 2007
Scouting news
February 22, 2007
Pets offer lessons for living in peace
February 22, 2007
A dog, a cat and a parrot. One small link in the food chain? Instinctive enemies? No, they are neither. They are Tiffany, Orion and Lola, our family pets, and they have found a way to not only co-exist in the same space, but to make it a home. I often wonder why they can make it work and we, as humans can’t? They have just as many differences as we do; yet, they have learned to accept their differences without killing each other in the process.
Eagles new status requires renewed watchfulness
February 22, 2007
A stroll along the Kansas River on a cold winter day will bring an observer a look at one of our more successful wildlife conservation stories. On such days, it is hard not to spot a bald eagle fishing the river or watching the noisy water fowl there looking for their own meal.
Co-op board meets
February 22, 2007
JCCC to host two March open houses
February 22, 2007
Home show set
February 22, 2007
Library news
February 22, 2007
Scouting for food drive
February 22, 2007
School lunch menus
February 22, 2007
Weather 101 classes set
February 22, 2007
PEP screenings scheduled
February 22, 2007
Birth: Colton Abel Charbonneau
February 22, 2007
Obituary: Duane L. Hayes
1927-2007
February 22, 2007
Obituary: Gloria J. Beauchamp
1952-2007
February 22, 2007
School calendar
February 22, 2007
Community calendar
February 22, 2007
Days gone by
February 22, 2007
Fund-raiser continues
February 22, 2007
Birthday celebration
February 22, 2007
Junior high basketball
February 22, 2007
Girl Scout
February 22, 2007
Flu’s maladies includes boredom
February 22, 2007
Bills start moving in Kansas House
February 22, 2007
English language bill earns early approval
February 22, 2007
Topeka - The Kansas House on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a bill making English the official language of Kansas, after the measure was amended to include a possible $500,000 to help fund English classes for adult immigrants.
EHS students qualify for state festival
February 22, 2007