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Middle school volleyball
October 18, 2007
Cross country club
October 18, 2007
Junior varsity sports
October 18, 2007
Baseball Camp
October 18, 2007
The Fly Route
October 18, 2007
Solid defense can’t stave off defeat
October 18, 2007
The Eudora High School soccer faced off against one of the best offensive teams that they have played this season, but lost 2-0 Tuesday in the final minutes of a great defensive struggle against Louisburg Wildcats.
Goals clear as Cardinals eye state invites
Girls third at Frontier League, boys breakout to finish fifth
October 18, 2007
It’d be easy to complain seeing as Eudora enters each of its two most important meets of the season nearly automatically behind two teams. The Cardinals, who ran in the Frontier League meet Thursday and compete Saturday at regionals in Ottawa, are cemented behind Class 4A’s top two teams, Baldwin and De Soto, on both the boys and girls sides.
Throwing Down
Eudora takes league, set to defend state championship
October 18, 2007
Last week, Eudora High School volleyball head coach Jill Stutler talked about creating positive energy for this week, and in sports, nothing creates positive energy like success. The Cardinals certainly had a successful Saturday, winning the Frontier League Tournament championship.
Lodge news
October 18, 2007
Cardinals blast Broncos for district head start
October 18, 2007
There was thunder and lightning in the area Friday night, and though many say that there is a meteorological explanation, anyone who was at Laws Field knows better. Eudora employed a lightning-quick offense and crushing, thundering defense to defeat Spring Hill 49-14.
Kelso headed to festival
October 18, 2007
Band performs
October 18, 2007
EMS calls
October 18, 2007
Education association supports bond
October 18, 2007
Disease decimated Shawnee in 1800s
October 18, 2007
Dream factory
October 18, 2007
Pet Talk: Boating excursion great getaway
October 18, 2007
I think every one of you would agree we live in a highly stressful, go here, go there, do this, do that, society that always wants us to be politically correct. It even is becoming a bit troublesome to carve out time for family and friends, much less some quiet time for yourself. And I mean the real kind of quiet time that comes from putting away the laptop and turning off your iPod and television.
Tea and chocolate event
October 18, 2007
Adoption seminar set
October 18, 2007
School lunches
October 18, 2007
Editorial: Compromise best solution in water dispute
October 18, 2007
Last month, the Douglas County Rural Water District No. 4 filed suit in federal court seeking to protect its service boundaries from a growing city of Eudora. At issue, is territory south of Kansas Highway 10 and mostly east of Douglas County Road 1061 that was annexed into the city in the last year.
Pinecrest news
October 18, 2007
Business brief
October 18, 2007
Prayer group
October 18, 2007
Eudora Schools Teacher of the Year
October 18, 2007
Eudora High School prom coordinators needed
October 18, 2007
EudoraFest Contest Results
October 18, 2007
Obituary: Helen M. Pearson
1930-2007
October 18, 2007
Extension council elections
October 18, 2007
Obituary: Geneva H. Hulll
1923-2007
October 18, 2007
Free exercise classes offered
October 18, 2007
Obituary: Alberta L. Anderson
1917-2007
October 18, 2007
United Way challenge
October 18, 2007
Flu shot clinics
October 18, 2007
Births: Ashlyn Kay Coozennoy and Kalli Ann Coozennoy
October 18, 2007
Community forum
October 18, 2007
Pancake feed slated
October 18, 2007
School Calendar
October 18, 2007
Community Calendar
October 18, 2007
Pet sitters expand to Eudora
October 18, 2007
The Lawrence-based Pet Minders pet-sitting service has expanded into Eudora. It was a natural move, given local interest and the city’s role as a bedroom community, Pet Minders owner Leslie Soden said.
Golden opportunities
Published book follows life history in journal, quilt form
October 18, 2007
Leoti Westerhouse recorded her life in the pages of a journal. Her granddaughter, Kaye Spitzli, enamored with Westerhouse’s tales, recounted the stories in a quilt. Now both the journal writings and the quilt pieces are published in “Golden’s Journal: The Life Story of Leoti Westerhouse.”
City kicks off after-school program
October 18, 2007
he Eudora Parks and Recreation department’s after-school program began Monday in a temporary home. Originally, the program was to take place in the city’s new recreation complex, 1638 Elm St., but construction delays pushed the first day’s activities down the street to Nottingham Elementary School, 1428 Elm St.
Police looking for tips
October 18, 2007
police report
October 18, 2007
Days gone by
October 18, 2007
Residents adjust to trash plan
October 18, 2007
Last week was the first time Weldon Enterprises Inc. fully switched over to a new trash program. The company has probably received about eight calls a day asking about the new policies, Weldon Enterprises vice president Randy Weldon said.
Downtown coffee shop serving up art with java
October 18, 2007
What once was an open spot on a large wooden table at Coffee Talk cafe and fine art in downtown Eudora, now is filled with a green hedge apple cat. Sandy Garrett, a former artist for Hallmark Cards, donated the craft Monday after she visited the newly opened shop at 724 Main St.
Design makes large friendly
October 18, 2007
A new 1,000-student elementary school in Eudora might not be that scary after all. Making size manageable is the driving force behind the design for a building that could house the district’s first- through fifth-graders as early as the fall of 2009 should a $45 million bond referendum pass Nov. 6.
Military Matters: Kansas Air National Guard expands at Wichita
October 18, 2007
Here are recent headlines about the military in Kansas.
Congressional briefing: Roberts, Tiahrt give opposing arguments on SCHIP
October 18, 2007
Torneden reunion
October 18, 2007
Gourd timing
Pumpkin growers chase seasonal gold rush
October 18, 2007
Jason Cundiff is part of a harvest race going on in a West Bottoms pumpkin patch. The weather is somewhat involved in the race. The pumpkins in the 40-acre field Cundiff is helping landowner John Abel harvest need to be in by the time the first frost puts a prompt end to the growing season.
Engagements: Jerome-Amyx
October 18, 2007