Archive for Thursday, September 20, 2007

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Cross country meet postponed
September 20, 2007
Passing on through
September 20, 2007
Apple dumplings available
September 20, 2007
Book discussion
September 20, 2007
Annual CROP Walk
September 20, 2007
Choir rehearsals
September 20, 2007
City gets plan for Main street’s crumbling wall
September 20, 2007
For more than a year, downtown businesses have lived with barricades set up to protect pedestrians from a crumbling wall on the west side of Main Street. “It’s kind of a dangerous situation,” Cutter’s Smokehouse and Pub owner Dan Strimple said of the wall and the barricades that block the sidewalk and cordon off parking stalls to the north of his business.
Big catch
Once he was convinced to run cross country, freshman Juan Ramirez didn’t waste any time establishing himself as one of the area’s best talents
September 20, 2007
Even Juan Ramirez himself was surprised. He started his first cross country race, an August trip to Anderson County, fast, but not blazing. As the race wore on, Eudora’s high-flying freshman pushed up, however. A no-name when the gun sounded, Ramirez ran his way right into the consciousness of area competitors in the second half of the race.
Second half helps Cards notch another
September 20, 2007
For the third consecutive week, the Eudora High School football team found itself staring at a deficit Friday night after allowing a first-quarter touchdown on a one-yard run by Wellsville’s Bubba Oshel. And, for the third-straight week, the Cardinals responded in full force as they went on to score six straight unanswered touchdowns to capture a 41-15 win to remain unbeaten.
Girls take Wellsville Invite, first title since 2005
September 20, 2007
Eudora senior Emily Ballock chugged down the home stretch, a hard week’s worth of practice taking its full toll as she labored toward the finish line. One hundred fifty yards from that line, she lost the race, falling behind Maurissa Shaffer of Louisburg and capping a powerful individual performance with a disappointing final few moments.
Cardinals pick up first win against former coach, Paola
September 20, 2007
With a full slate of games scheduled, the Eudora High School soccer team got an unexpected breather Tuesday evening as the scheduled game against Tonganoxie was postponed because of weather. Of course, the break came exactly when the Cardinals were trying to build momentum, not when they were looking for the extra time. After struggling through four straight losses, Eudora finally notched its first win of the season Thursday with a 4-1 win over Paola.
Middle school football
September 20, 2007
Middle school volleyball
September 20, 2007
The Eudora Middle School eighth-grade junior varsity volleyball team made up of Jocelyn Medrano, Katy Hadle, Danielle Ayers, Bria Carder, Ashley Nitchals, Lauren Gammon, Julianna Fries, Cassady Clinkscale, Sarah Prudden, Lacey Gabriel and managers Kourtney Hadle and Sydney Goodwin took second place last weekend in Tonganoxie.
Junior varsity volleyball
September 20, 2007
Dictionary program gives youngsters gift of language
September 20, 2007
Fourth-graders at Eudora West Elementary now have the ability to drop the name of a complex tryptophan protein in an instant. It would be a long instant, because the 1,909-letter word is the longest in the English language, but all the fourth-graders would have to do is open to the last page of a dictionary given to them Friday afternoon.
USD 491 retaining placenames
September 20, 2007
Former district notables Don Laws, D.E. Kerr, and Roberta Nottingham will not be forgotten –- at least as far as Eudora USD 491 is concerned. The school board unanimously agreed Thursday to attach the Nottingham, Laws and Kerr names to new district facilities should a $45 million bond referendum pass Nov. 6. “These people meant something significant to the people that are obviously involved, and we have to respect that,” Eudora Superintendent Marty Kobza said
First season successful for new pool
September 20, 2007
City rolls out new trash bins
September 20, 2007
Residents in parts of Eudora this week will come home to a blue 95-gallon surprise. Weldon Enterprises Inc. has begun to transition the city to a new trash program by providing 95-gallon mobile trash carts to customers. Within the next two weeks, similar containers will be delivered to each household in the city.
Trash bags available
September 20, 2007
Talk set
September 20, 2007
Small group studies
September 20, 2007
Sesquicentennial talks
September 20, 2007
EudoraFest vendors
September 20, 2007
Pageant entry forms available
September 20, 2007
Birthday celebration
September 20, 2007
Unpacking ideas before taking flight
September 20, 2007
USD 491 board right to study policy change
September 20, 2007
Local sports organization looking for sponsorsv
September 20, 2007
Aluminum cans collection site
September 20, 2007
Historical meeting set
September 20, 2007
Engagement: Sommer-Akers
September 20, 2007
Anniversary: Sader
September 20, 2007
Birth: Lincoln Miles Votaw
September 20, 2007
Obituary: H. Helen Staples
1920-2007
September 20, 2007
School calendar
September 20, 2007
Community calendar
September 20, 2007
Dog obedience classes offered
September 20, 2007
CNA classes offered
September 20, 2007
Career day set
September 20, 2007
College note
September 20, 2007
Rec update
September 20, 2007
Pinecrest news
September 20, 2007
Bond bus tour rolling Monday
September 20, 2007
Prayer group
September 20, 2007
Eudora City Council meeting agenda
September 20, 2007
The Eudora City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at Eudora City Hall, 4 East Seventh St.
The Fly Route
September 20, 2007
Blood pressure clinic
September 20, 2007
EudoraFest meeting
September 20, 2007