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Youth Football & Cheer
June 12, 2008

Eudora Youth Football & Cheer will have its cookie dough pick-up Wednesday June 18th from 5-8 p.m. in the gym at Nottingham Elementary. This will also be a time for the final sign up for the 2008 fall season. Copies of birth certificates are needed for those signing up for football.

Scouting News
June 12, 2008
Joseph Walker, 15, has earned the Eagle Scout Award.
Fire and EMS calls
June 12, 2008
The Eudora Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services had a busy Sunday night, receiving five calls in the span of 30 minutes.
Football and Cheer cookie dough
June 12, 2008
Eudora Youth Football & Cheer will have its cookie dough pick-up from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 18th in the gym at Nottingham Elementary.
Off to Tar Heel country
Former Cardinal makes leap from juco to Division II
June 12, 2008

When Joel Morrison started playing football at Eudora, there wasn’t much reason for anyone to think he’d amount to anything on the gridiron.

Caregiver group changes location
June 12, 2008
Douglas County Senior Services are changing locations for their Caregiver Support Group.
Kansas House race pits Brown against Kelton
June 12, 2008
Eudora voters will have a choice in November to vote for both representatives in the Kansas Legislature.
Days Gone By
June 12, 2008
5 years ago THE EUDORA NEWS June 2003 During the Relay for Life at Laws Field, emcees continued to announce the growing coffers dedicated to the American Cancer Society for cancer research and support services.
Third degree Bern
June 12, 2008

It wasn’t something a coach or player did or said, and I suppose I wasn’t to blame either. The culprit was the chilling grasp of mother nature, who saw it fit to bring what was surely minus-80 degree weather to the party.

Residents satisfied with council action
June 12, 2008
During public comments Monday at the Eudora City Council Meeting, residents who were displeased with the timeframe and manner in which they were notified of a change in their electricity provider addressed the council.
Standout volleyball player plays with former foes in game
June 12, 2008

After an excellent four-year career at Eudora, Nikki Snider was selected to participate in the Kansas Volleyball Association’s All-Star match on Saturday.

College Notes
June 12, 2008
Kansas Wesleyan University student Kristina K. Clark, Eudora, was recognized for being Presidential Scholars during the University’s annual Honors Convocation April 27.
Water rights meeting
June 12, 2008
There will be a meeting on Kansas water rights Sunday, June 22, at Clearfield United Methodist Church, at the intersection of Douglas County 1061 and North 600 roads.
Medicalodges, Lions Club to recognize veterans
June 12, 2008
Medicalodges, Eudora and the Lions Club will have a community potluck street dance and recognition of area servicemen and women from 4 to 7 p.m. June 14 in front of the facility on 1415 Maple St.
Full slates of candidates encouraging
June 12, 2008
Incumbents may not agree, but we were pleased that candidates stepped forward to ensure races this election cycle for many positions that will appear on the Eudora ballot.
Pets worth all the effort
June 12, 2008
I am sure Noah had a pair of dogs and cats, besides all other forms of critters, two by two when the rains began,” I speculated to a client as we reveled in joy of our relationship to our pets. Like our children or elderly parents, their care is of great importance to that lasting relationship.
Garage sale to benefit food pantry
June 12, 2008
The annual Eudora citywide garage sale to benefit the ministerial alliance food bank will begin at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
Procedures manual may improve efficiency
June 12, 2008
The Eudora Planning Commission is one step closer to approving a new procedures manual that would increase the efficiency of the process through which developers must go when beginning projects.
An early summer success
June 12, 2008
Members of the Eudora Chamber of Commerce did not know what to expect when they planned an event called “Summer in the Park.” But after over 200 people came to listen to three bands Friday night at CPA Park, it was clear the event was a success.
Camp exceeds school district’s expectations
June 12, 2008
Although last week’s inclement weather hindered the activities of some, it wasn’t even a blip on the radar for 70 students at West Elementary School who were taking part in Camp Invention.