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City council approves two traffic studies
November 15, 2007
Eudora City Council approved Tuesday traffic studies to evaluate the intersection of Church and 23rd streets at Eudora High School as well as 10th Street because of the proposed Deer Valley development, the TIF district, the Intech Business Park and the new elementary school that will be built in the area of 10th and Peach street.
Wrestling club
November 15, 2007
The Eudora Jr. Cardinal Wrestling Club will have sign-ups from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Nottingham Elementary School, 1428 Elm St.
Football briefs
November 15, 2007
Middle school wrestling
November 15, 2007
The Eudora Middle School Wrestling Cardinals were in action Thursday night.
Area singers selected
November 15, 2007
Cardinal heads for sale
November 15, 2007
EMS girls basketball
November 15, 2007
Bond to open vo-tech opportunities
November 15, 2007
Like a successful businessman, Jason Gray has seen demand outpace his ability to produce.
District invests to stay current in technology
November 15, 2007
Technological advances have so improved how we do things that it’s hard to imagine buying airline tickets without the Internet or living our on-the-go lives without cell phones and iPods.
City seeking peaceful resolution to water suit
November 15, 2007
At a Eudora City Council meeting Tuesday, council members chose to table until the next meeting discussions of whether or not to employ the services of lobbyist Kevin Barone in an effort to resolve a lawsuit with Douglas County Rural Water District No. 4.
Police report
November 15, 2007
Tuesday/November 1
Class Acts
West Elementary School
November 15, 2007
Perfect attendance — first quarter
In with the new
November 15, 2007
Though exercise classes have been going since last week, the indoor portion of the $3.8 million Eudora Community Center finally opened its doors Tuesday.
Food pantry needs donations
November 15, 2007
Small group studies
November 15, 2007
KDOT offers phone, online travel conditions updates
November 15, 2007
A new service has been initiated by the Kansas Department of Transportation to help travelers get road conditions quickly and easily.
Environmentalists vow to fight SLT wetland route
November 15, 2007
Let the trench-digging begin.
Runners race, raise cancer funds at Antarctic Ice Marathon
November 15, 2007
Summer doesn’t mean much in Antarctica; temperatures can drop below zero, even colder with the wind chill.
Timeline
November 15, 2007
On Nov. 20, 1820, the American whaler Essex is attacked by an 80-ton sperm whale 2,000 miles from the western coast of South America. Herman Melville’s classic novel “Moby-Dick” (1851) was inspired in part by the story of the Essex.
Bond issue likely had better support than final margin
November 15, 2007
We’ve heard the past week talk the of the good turnout for the Eudora USD 491 bond referendum. Compared to voter participation in spring/city elections or most primaries, which routinely tops out somewhere between 20 and 30 percent, it was a good turnout.
Pet talk
Abandoned cat finds home among fields on farm
November 15, 2007
Last Thursday, I arrived home after a busy morning of work to a quiet house. My wife was away having one of the cars repaired, so I let out the dogs from their cages in the garage. They were ecstatic. Minnie spun four to five times in her characteristic Kansas tornado routine. Suzie, the border collie, went immediately for the nearest throw toy and returned begging for me to throw it. I picked up the wet tennis ball and heaved it as far as I could, dashing in the back door while she ran it down. I quickly changed into my grubbies and headed back outdoors. It was a glorious fall afternoon, and I was not going to spoil it by being inside. As I went out the door, I grabbed the key to the pickup.
Chancel choir
November 15, 2007
Around Town
November 15, 2007
The Card to be delivered
Obituary: George D. Mozingo
November 15, 2007
Middle school basketball results
November 15, 2007
The eighth grade varsity team lost to Paola last Thursday 29-18. Paola jumped out to a 15-8 lead in the first half. The Lady Cards managed just two points in the third quarter but outscored Paola 8-6 in the fourth.
Dreams of state hardware to drive Cardinal veterans
November 15, 2007
Eudora wrestling coach Bill DeWitt isn’t shy about how this year’s team stacks up against his teams of previous years.
New schedule gives rise to new concerns in ‘08
November 15, 2007
The cupcakes that some people saw on Eudora’s football schedule are gone.
Prayer group
November 15, 2007
Kids’ Day Out
November 15, 2007
Historical society to meet
November 15, 2007
Health screening set
November 15, 2007
Pascal Fish had knack for business
November 15, 2007
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in a series of stories on the life of Paschal Fish.
Days gone by
November 15, 2007
5 years ago
Class Acts
Eudora Middle School
November 15, 2007
Perfect attendance — first quarter
Birth: Abigail Margaret Elliott
November 15, 2007
Abigail Margaret Elliott
Strong season can’t shake Cards’ lingering regrets
November 15, 2007
B-plus. That’s the grade Coach Gregg Webb gave the Eudora varsity football season.
The fly route
November 15, 2007
Eudora senior Emily Ballock didn’t go to the school board earlier this fall looking to be a guinea pig. She didn’t compete and perform her way through the fall sports season as an experiment.