Archive for Thursday, October 11, 2007

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Cards gang up on Bulldogs
Spring Hill visits next as district play kicks off Friday
October 11, 2007
The Eudora High School football is beginning to pick up steam heading towards the final three games of the regular season, and Friday’s 48-7 ousting of Anderson County just helped add fuel to the fire.
Late-game goals ensure Cardinal win
October 11, 2007
The Eudora High School soccer team won for the second time in a row against Paola and their former coach Matt Higgins, defeating Paola by a score of 4-1.
Cardinals drop three matches in late-season swoon
October 11, 2007
The Eudora High School volleyball team beat two of the three teams it played Tuesday in a quadrangular at Paola High School. The Cardinals were unable to complete a full sweep of their competition after losing to league rival Paola in a hotly contested final match.
Turf warriors
Cardinals race well at home invitational
October 11, 2007
Racers in the Eudora Invitational get a boost no other race provides. Lined up, tense and waiting for the start, its all an athlete — or a fan, for that matter — can do not to jump five feet in the air when the race’s starting cannon — yes, cannon — explodes.
Football team of the week
October 11, 2007
Baseball camp
October 11, 2007
The Fly Route
October 11, 2007
Museum open
October 11, 2007
Book discussion
October 11, 2007
Health festival on tap for weekend
October 11, 2007
Whether one is old or young, help regarding health issues in Eudora isn’t far away. That’s what organizer Heidi Garcia and Eudora USD 491 are working to prove with the annual Wild Over Wellness Festival.
Scrapbook donations needed
October 11, 2007
Council OKs utility rate hikes
October 11, 2007
The Eudora City Council approved measures Monday that would raise fees for four city utilities at the start of each year. Starting Jan. 1, 2008, and at the start of each year after, the city’s water, wastewater, stormwater and electricity utility rates will be raised by 3 percent.
District focuses bond issue education efforts on young families
October 11, 2007
Eudora USD 491 Superintendent Marty Kobza doesn’t have to look far from the district’s south campus at Eudora Middle School to identify a crucial battleground in the district’s effort to pass a $45 million bond issue.
District nets Standards of Excellence
October 11, 2007
For the third straight year, students at Eudora USD 491 earned state recognition for their performance on standardized tests. According to results released by the district Tuesday, students earned 10 Standards of Excellence and the overall district met adequate yearly progress in reading and math
Eudora celebrates 150th birthday
October 11, 2007
As the children twisted and twirled to live music by the Michael Beers Band Friday evening, Alberta Pyle made an observation. “This is small town America,” she said. Throughout the weekend, residents celebrated the small-town atmosphere with food, arts and the unveiling of an iconic statue of the town’s founder.
Founding families return
October 11, 2007
In unison, the hands of Leota Burnett and Sherryl Marable traced lines in the air. The two lifted their arms to the sky and brought them back to their chest. Phrase by phrase, the duo recited “The Lord’s Prayer” in a Native American sign language.
Trashbags available
October 11, 2007
Health screening set
October 11, 2007
Forum set
October 11, 2007
Sesquicentennial contest notes
October 11, 2007
Sermon series
October 11, 2007
Rec notes
October 11, 2007
Engagement: Manar-Bonebrake
October 11, 2007
Birth: Addison Margaret Sue Myers
October 11, 2007
Wedding: Benschoter-Flowers
October 11, 2007
Prom volunteers needed
October 11, 2007
Volunteers needed
October 11, 2007
School calendar
October 11, 2007
Community calendar
October 11, 2007
Dog obediance classes
October 11, 2007
Food pantry needs donations
October 11, 2007
Book signing
October 11, 2007
Eudora High School hosting blood drive
October 11, 2007
Band festival
October 11, 2007
Death teaches hard life lesson
October 11, 2007
I slowly walked next door to my grandparent’s house, quiet and scared. I was 7 when I first found out my grandpa George Abel had bone cancer. All I knew was when my mom cries after someone calls her, it’s not a good sign. The dreadful walk next door seemed to last for ages, even though it was really less than a minute.
District didn’t need city’s ballot distraction
October 11, 2007
Last week, the Eudora City Council agreed to place a charter ordinance before voters Nov. 6, the same day the community will vote on Eudora USD 491’s proposed $45 million school bond. The proposed charter ordinance would allow the mayor, with the approval, of the council to appoint department heads for two years instead of one.
Pinecrest news
October 11, 2007
Halpin passes exam
October 11, 2007