Archive for Thursday, November 6, 2008

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Senoir citizen holiday dinner and theater
November 6, 2008
Eudora Schools wll have their annual senior citizen holiday dinner at 12:30 p.m., Thursday in the Eudora Middle School Library.
Bitter sweet victory
Cardinals take down Bulldogs but knocked out of playoffs
November 6, 2008
In victory, the Eudora Cardinals sat in stunned silence in the locker room after the game. They’re 35-28 win over Baldwin on Senior Night was not good enough to get them into the playoffs.
Police apprehend fugitive
November 6, 2008
Law enforcement officers on Wednesday morning apprehended a 27-year-old man suspected of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old in Eudora. Officers from the Eudora Police Department, Douglas and Leavenworth County sheriff’s deputies and the Kansas Highway Patrol had been searching for the man since Monday night.
Thanks owed to all of Tuesday’s candidates
November 6, 2008
Wednesday was a day of differing emotions for those invested in the elections of the day before. It was a day of joy and anticipation for the winners and their supporters and a day of reflection and sadness for the losers and those who backed them. Of course, those most heavily invested were the candidates.
Students work polls, encourage kids to vote
November 6, 2008
Seventeen-year-old Haley Sellers fondly recalled participating in Kids Voting Kansas in elementary school. By working with KVK Tuesday, Sellers and 14 other students in EHS teacher Robyn Kelso’s U.S. government class hoped to create the same positive memory Sellers had as a child.
Brown wins 38th District House seat
November 6, 2008
Anthony Brown rode a large a victory in Johnson County to re-election in the 38h District Kansas House race.
The Wild Card
November 6, 2008
It’s a shame that one team had to lose Thursday night’s football game.
Pets help us through hard times
November 6, 2008
Everywhere we hear the moans and groans of how tough the economic times are. Obviously if you are one who lost a job, had a house or car repossessed, or are living at the base of a mountain of debt, times are tough. But who are we listening to?
Sports briefs
November 6, 2008
The eighth grade girls J.V. basketball team went on the road for the first time Monday and took on Lexington Trails.
Personal trainer offers essay contest
November 6, 2008
Anticipating the New Year’s resolutions of people who hope to get into shape, Eudora personal trainer Angie Nyp plans to give three people a late Christmas present in the form of free weightlifting and nutritional counseling sessions.
From Jayhawk to Cardinal
Former KU wideout has caught on with Cards
November 6, 2008
For Marcellus Jones, Friday night lights mean just as much to him now as when he played on Saturdays.
Sophomores end season at state
Espinosa, Riemann finish 31st, 51st at Wamego
November 6, 2008
Sophomores Ivan Espinosa and Kaya Riemann did not medal at last weekend’s state cross country meet at Wamego, but they left the course knowing what they had to do next year if they want to be back running at state.
Fifth-grader wins regional award in KDOT safety poster contest
November 6, 2008
Eudora West Elementary School student Trevor Neis, 10, applied what he had learned outside the classroom to excel inside it. The fifth-grader was one of three students in northeast Kansas to win regional honors in the Kansas Department of Transportation’s “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day” poster contest.
Scrapbooking event to benefit food pantry
November 6, 2008
When deciding what to do with funds it raises, Eudora’s local community service sorority Beta Sigma Phi chose to keep it local. “We really want to support Eudora,” member Dana Neis said. “There were a couple of times where we thought about doing some things in Lawrence, but we decided against that because we wanted to focus our efforts on this community.”
Days Gone By
November 6, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS November 2003 A revamped program at Eudora High School is provided answers to the question students were notorious for asking about their school tasks: “Yeah, but when will I use this in real life?”