Archive for Thursday, September 18, 2008

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Days Gone By
September 18, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS September 2003 Developers and city planners disagreed on what type of housing a new Pinecrest apartment complex should provide.
Food pantry round up worthy idea
September 18, 2008
One hears much these days about public/private partnerships, usually from private companies wanting tax breaks for ventures they say will be of a great benefit to the public. In June, the Eudora City Council created another kind of partnership - one driven by charity and not the profit motive.
Bike show to benefit cancer research
September 18, 2008
Since she began her duties as administrator of Medicalodges, Eudora, Tami Klinedinst has organized events that help residents of the assisted living facility feel as though they are part of the community. The next event will accomplish that goal but with a philanthropic twist.
Blue Jacket name has interesting history
September 18, 2008
Being from the east and an amateur history buff, the name of rural Eudora Winery Blue-jacket Crossing brought back recollections of a book titled “Blue Jacket War Chief of the Shawnees” by Allan Eckert.
Officials urge immunizations as annual flu season approaches
September 18, 2008
Flu season is just around the corner, and with the early onset of pleasant days and chilly nights, it might be even closer than you think.
EHS teacher named to executive council
September 18, 2008
Eudora High School English teacher Matt Bova has been named to the executive council of the Kansas Association of Teachers of English. He’ll serve a three-year term in the affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Elementary school ahead of schedule
September 18, 2008
Rainy weather during the spring as well as early September hasn’t slowed construction on the Eudora USD 491’s $27 million elementary school. Don Swartz, the district’s construction consultant, told the Eudora Board of Education at its monthly meeting Thursday the project was five to six weeks ahead of schedule.