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Military matters: Fort Riley troops speeding to Iraq
March 1, 2007
Here are recent headlines about the military in Kansas
The Brownback Report: Club for Growth likes Brownback
March 1, 2007
Welcome to our blog tracking headlines on the presidential candidacy of Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback.
Swanson signs
March 1, 2007
Dance clinic
March 1, 2007
Pinecrest news
March 1, 2007
Hoover signs
March 1, 2007
Kingston welcome addition to city
March 1, 2007
Eudora received good news last month when it was learned Lawrence businessman Dick Johnson was relocating his Kingston Printing Inc. to Eudora.
Congressional briefing: Radio campaign targets Boyda union vote
March 1, 2007
Here are today’s headlines from the Kansas congressional delegation.
Building bridges
March 1, 2007
Prayer time
March 1, 2007
Birth: Emma Dawn Self
March 1, 2007
Obituary: H. Harlan Livingood
1924-2007
March 1, 2007
Obituary: Lois E. Snyder
1920-2007
March 1, 2007
Obituary: William R. English
1944-2007
March 1, 2007
Obituary: Hazel A. Dailey
1908-2007
March 1, 2007
Obituary: John J. Anderson
1957-2007
March 1, 2007
Frost finishes training
March 1, 2007
School calendar
March 1, 2007
Community calendar
March 1, 2007
Eagle scout project completed
March 1, 2007
College notes
March 1, 2007
Eudora 4-H Club news
March 1, 2007
Birthday celebration
March 1, 2007
Spelling is believing
Vickers on his way to state bee
March 1, 2007
Childcare providers meeting
March 1, 2007
FCE meeting
March 1, 2007
Scrapbooking club, donations needed
March 1, 2007
Church news
March 1, 2007
Letters wanted
March 1, 2007
Food drive under way
March 1, 2007
Mayor says city on path to greatness
March 1, 2007
In Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle’s view, things are falling into place for the city.
Fire explained
March 1, 2007
Engagement: Pearl-Brunkow
March 1, 2007
Police report
March 1, 2007
Speaker offers development strategy
March 1, 2007
Promoting economic development is a lot like developing a small business, said Will Katz, executive director of the Kansas University Small Business Development Center. He delivered the analogy Saturday as part of his keynote address to the Eudora Chamber of Commerce.
Anniversary: Oelschlaeger
March 1, 2007
Anniversary: Lawson
March 1, 2007
Free-throw contest winners announced
March 1, 2007
Youth softball
March 1, 2007
Adult indoor soccer
March 1, 2007
The Fly Route
March 1, 2007
Rally not enough as boys fall to Bishop Ward
March 1, 2007
It was a fun and emotional journey for the Eudora boys basketball team. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, that journey concluded a little earlier than coach Kyle Deterding, the players and the fans would have liked. The Cardinals’ season concluded Tuesday in the first round of the sub-state tournament as Eudora lost to Bishop Ward High School 56-52 at Kansas City Kansas Community College.
Time to fly
Girls knock of Bishop Ward to earn spot in sub-state semi-finals
March 1, 2007
Over the past season, the Eudora girls basketball team has shown that it knows how to win games. For example, Feb. 16 the Cardinals demolished Osawatomie 68-29. However, the team also has shown that its play can be inconsistent and generally devoid of energy, like a 56-32 loss Feb. 5 to Ottawa. So the type of team the Cardinals were going to be on the court Tuesday night against Bishop Ward was anyone’s guess. They sure answered that question, and in a big way.
Bait shop to lure customers with new look
March 1, 2007
For Fall Leaf residents Larry and Nancy Hood, the grand reopening of their business is a fish story come true. Each time the couple opens The Corner Bait Shop, the inventory seems to get a little bigger. The shop is located on the corner of Kansas Highway 32 and Leavenworth County Road 1. The Hoods celebrated the reopening Thursday.
Township firefighter called to Hutch
March 1, 2007
When it comes to testing his leadership skills, former Eudora Township volunteer firefighter Chris Orwoll might have found exactly what he was looking for. That’s something coming from a man who once served as an executive officer on the world’s deepest diving submarine –- the USS Dolphin. His new position thrusts him on the edge of a different frontier. Instead of trolling the ocean depths, he’s opening minds to mysteries of the cosmos. He accepted an offer to become the president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson.
Tax rebate program gets nod
March 1, 2007
The Douglas County Commission Monday agreed unanimously to support Eudora’s –- and the county’s first –- downtown revitalization rebate program. Eudora City Administrator Cheryl Beatty approached the commission after gaining approval earlier in the year from both the city and Eudora USD 491 on what will be an incremental tax rebate program. The program will initially run for three years, Beatty said.
Wrestling banquet
March 1, 2007
State again sends Cards home disappointed
March 1, 2007
The Eudora wrestling team had a lot going for it at the state tournament Friday and Saturday: a regional champion, a highly ranked senior and three other competitive wrestlers with strong records.
Statehouse briefing: Obscenity bill sidetracked
March 1, 2007
Here are today’s headlines from Kansas government.
Couples discussion
March 1, 2007
Days gone by
March 1, 2007
County endorses merger talk
March 1, 2007
Three weeks ago, Eudora Emergency Medical Service member Bill Vigneron said he felt like he was in the dark when it came to the future of the organization. Now things seem clearer, he said.
Youth baseball
March 1, 2007