Archive for Thursday, April 16, 2009

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Commuter forecast, April 16, 2009
April 16, 2009
Temperatures this morning are very mild. There aren’t any weather-related problems, but there is some roadwork on I-35 and near MCI.
Eudora should be grateful for Pyle’s years of service
April 16, 2009
It’s difficult to think of Eudora city government without Tom Pyle, who served 22 combined years on the Eudora City Council and the last four years as mayor.
Neighbors: Keith Nowland
April 16, 2009
Occupation: State Farm Insurance Agent; though not an occupation, Nowland also recently was elected to the Eudora USD 491 Board of Education
Former Eudoran wins award for volunteerism
April 16, 2009
Patsy Roseman can’t find the right words to explain how hard it can be to have a loved one overseas in the armed forces. “It’s hard to understand it unless you’ve been through it,” Roseman said.
Mayor, council members sworn in
April 16, 2009
Emotional displays at city council meetings typically are born out of frustration. But at Monday’s Eudora City Council meeting, a change of the guard brought about emotions that were the result of gratitude.
Eudora youngsters rehearsing for annual benefit variety show
April 16, 2009
Darin Howell said this is the last year he and his wife DeeAnn will help organize the variety show that will benefit the Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry. The show, which will be at 7 p.m. April 25 in the auditorium at Eudora Middle School, will feature the theme of “a blast form the past” because it will feature numbers performed at past shows.
Energetic effort
Girls bounce back with 11-2 win over Bulldogs
April 16, 2009
The conditions weren’t ideal. Strong winds blew and it was cold with dreary skies overhead. No chance to hit one out of the park.
Abel sets school record in javelin
April 16, 2009
Before the Paola meet was suspended because of sever weather, Eudora senior Kendal Abel put her name in the record books.
Eudora sports briefs
April 16, 2009
Epperson, Scott named to Journal-World first team
5 Questions: Children’s early education center to host two-day event
April 16, 2009
Rachel Torkelson is the administrator and cofounder of Pyramid Place Early Education Center. The center will host a two-day event May 1 and 2 called Kids Count.
6th-grader’s thirst for learning quenched on Washington, D.C. trip
April 16, 2009
When the chance came for Eudora Middle School sixth-grader Hannah Hagan to take an educational trip to Washington, D.C., she approached it with the enthusiasm she has for most learning opportunities.
Days Gone By
April 16, 2009
April 1997 The city of Eudora was 140 years old April 17, 1997.