Archive for Thursday, January 17, 2008

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Cardinals come back, beat Jeff West
January 17, 2008

The Eudora boys basketball team battled back from an 18-point third quarter deficit Thursday night to defeat Jeff West 53-52.

Mind, body and soul
Yoga and Pilates instructor Sacha helping people of all ages develop healthy habits
January 17, 2008

It’s hard to believe, but Sacha Dick actually failed the Presidential Physical Fitness test when she was in second grade. That’s probably the last time anyone could say the 35-year-old yoga and Pilates instructor was out of shape.

The fly route
January 17, 2008

I’ve seen the Eudora girls basketball team play three times in the last 11 months.

One down, two left
Girls knock off Atchison to advance to Tonganoxie semis
12:00 a.m., January 17, 2008 Updated 03:10 p.m.

You get the feeling, when talking with Eudora coach Ryan Luke and one of his players, that there’s a lot more to be desired in the Tonganoxie Invitational basketball tournament than the 59-28 thumping they laid on the Atchison Redmen Tuesday night.

Days gone by
January 17, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS January 2001 The rates for gas bills through Greeley Gas Company increased by 51 percent in January. According to Jim Bartling, the company’s manager of public affairs, the increase was due in part to utility company procrastination and a simple case of supply and demand.
Nursing home gets new name, new local facility administrator
January 17, 2008
Though Coffeyville-based Medicalodges Inc. purchased the Eudora Nursing Center Nov. 1, it only recently hired an administrator to run the skilled nursing facility now known as Medicalodge of Eudora.
Calls spike for police department
January 17, 2008
Call volumes are on a steady rise for the Eudora Police Department, who released its year-end crime report Tuesday.
Fate of USD 491 properties in question
12:00 a.m., January 17, 2008 Updated 10:53 a.m.
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education discussed on Thursday what the fate of properties such as Nottingham Elementary School, the Community Learning Center and Laws Field might be.
Vet’s day always uncertain
New Year’s Eve confirms old observation
January 17, 2008

In my profession of animal care, I am continually amazed at what unexpected animal disease or injury I may be called on to attend. Even on the last day of the year.

School district closes on land
January 17, 2008
Eudora School District USD 491 on Jan. 9 closed on $1.99 million deal for 47-acres where it will build its $27 million elementary school that will house first through fifth grades.
City to begin annexation process
January 17, 2008
City Administrator Cheryl Beatty told city council members at a meeting Monday the city will begin the process of annexing approximately 19 pieces of property.
School seeks support for more sports
January 17, 2008

The Eudora High School athletic department is seeking sponsors to help support the Cardinal basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams.

Eighth grade basketball
January 17, 2008

The eighth grade Eudora boys basketball team played the Baldwin Bulldogs Monday at home. After falling in a 51-29 defeat to Baldwin 10 days ago in the championship game of the Wellsville tournament, the Cardinals again found themselves on the losing end, this time falling 40-33.

Seventh grade basketball
January 17, 2008
The Eudora seventh grade boys varsity team traveled Monday to Baldwin to face the Bulldogs for the second time in ten days.
College notes
January 17, 2008
Daniel Bonebrake, Eudora, was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for the fall semester at Park University in Parkville, Mo. Bonebrake is a junior majoring in information and computer science.
Housing slump could be blessing
January 17, 2008

Housing starts in Eudora, which had been humming along in the earlier years of this decade at nearly 100 annually, slowed to a mere nine in 2007.

Commission looks into assessment of senior services
January 17, 2008

A countywide assessment of services for senior citizens is being recommended by local and state advocates.

The green thumb
January 17, 2008

Want to give your garden a different look? There is more to mulch than wood chips - try something new this year to add a different finish to the landscape.

Volunteer training
January 17, 2008

The Douglas County Aids Project will have volunteer training Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Rainbow Room of the United Way building, 2518 Ridge Court.

Band practice
January 17, 2008

The Praise Band at Eudora United Methodist Church practices at noon Sundays at the church parsonage, 625 Church St.

Dance clinic
January 17, 2008

The Eudora High School dance team extends an invitation to all students in first to eighth grades to participate in the annual dance clinic from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at Nottingham Elementary School, 1428 Elm St.

EMT-Basic initial course offered
January 17, 2008

Eudora community EMS and Douglas County will be sponsoring an EMT-Basic initial course from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays and from 6 to 10 p.m. Thursdays at Eudora City Hall, 4 East Seventh St., in Eudora. Classes will start Jan. 26 and the final exam will be March 6.

Cardinals hope to have turned corner at Bobcat Classic
January 17, 2008

Expect Victory.”

Lack of intensity costs boys team at Tongie tourney
January 17, 2008

Things looked to be going well for the Cardinals boys basketball team Tuesday in the first quarter. Sophomore Justin Ballock won the tip, senior Dylan Rust started strong down low offensively and Eudora had an answer for almost every basket the Rossville Bulldogs scored.

Scholar’s Bowl team wins league title
January 17, 2008

The Eudora High School Scholar’s Bowl team of Dustin True, JoAnna Male, Jacob Cox, Taylor Johnson and Josh Bakarich took the League Champion Title Jan. 9 at Gardner. Their round robin record was 6-1. Two of the wins came on tie-breaking questions.