Archive for Thursday, June 19, 2008

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Abel, Rust equal in athletic contributions
June 19, 2008

Their positions were many and their stories unique.

Ballock easy choice as 2008 Female Athlete of the Year
June 19, 2008

Emily Ballock is now formerly of Eudora High School, and that’s tremendous news for the rest of the Frontier League and Class 4A as a whole.

The justification behind co-athletes of the year
June 19, 2008

The decision for male athlete of the year was considerably more difficult than that of female.

Wefald had one big misstep
June 19, 2008
The tornado that did an estimated $20 million in damage to Kansas State University last week will provide K-State President Jon Wefald one last challenge.
Electrical service miscommunication provides lesson
June 19, 2008
Eudora city officials followed the mistake of sending letters informing about 15 electrical customers that the city of Eudora would be taking over electrical service from Westar Energy with action to stop the service transfer.
Days Gone By
June 19, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS June 2003 Army Reserve member Jay Thorne and his wife, Amy, were excited by the healthy arrival of 8-pound, 2-ounce Lexi Marie three days before Father’s Day.
Community Center update
June 19, 2008
The second session of Blastball for kids ages 3-5 is now open for registration. Price is $25 for 4 “game nights.” BlastBall is an introduction to baseball/softball fundamentals. The registration deadline is June 27, and the first night will be July 7.
Camp keeps children active throughout day
June 19, 2008
Camp Eudora, the summer day program for children run by the Parks and Recreation Department, was something Department Director Tammy Hodges felt was owed to residents of Eudora. “When I was hired, I wanted to come in and offer as many programs as we could and not just have people think we’re only here for the sports,” Hodges said. “We wanted to add the aspect of being able to help parents out.”
City officials waiting for construction timeline
June 19, 2008
A construction project-scheduling meeting Monday for the downtown revitalization project didn’t go the way city officials had planned.
USD 491 approves additions
June 19, 2008
Present and future construction was the focus Thursday night during a school board meeting for Eudora USD 491. At the forefront was the approval of plans for additions that will be made to Eudora Middle School and West Elementary School as a result of the $45 million bond issue passed in November.
City considers buying Durr house
June 19, 2008
After Robert and Virginia Durr sold their home and the 47 acres that surrounded it to Eudora USD 491, they became resigned to the idea that the 109-year-old home soon would be demolished. But the city of Eudora is looking into the possibility of purchasing the home and transforming the homestead of three generations of Durrs into a historical museum and headquarters of the Eudora Chamber of Commerce.
The eephus pitch
June 19, 2008

Sports, in the grand scheme of things - compared to family relationships, moral values, starvation and disease in countries around the globe - aren’t very important.