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Commuter forecast, February 19, 2009
February 19, 2009
It’s another chilly commute with temperatures in the upper-teens this morning. Winds will be reasonable this morning. No delays are expected if you’re leaving from MCI this morning.
Financial classes offered
February 19, 2009
Hesper Friends Church, 2355 North 1100 Road, at 6:30 p.m. March 4 will begin a 13-week course called Financial Peace University.
Short-term solution needed for coming turnpike traffic
February 19, 2009
Earlier this month, the Eudora City Council and Planning Commission met with Douglas County commissioners to consider future routes that would route the increased traffic associated with a new Kansas Turnpike intersection near Tonganoxie around Eudora and its residential and commercial streets.
5 questions: Eudora Middle School names teacher of the year
February 19, 2009
Joe Pickett, science instructor at Eudora Middle School, has been named EMS Teacher of the Year.
Neighbors: Michael Tomson-DeGreeff
February 19, 2009
Occupation: Pastor, Eudora United Methodist Church Family: Wife and four sons Place of birth: St. Louis
Sports briefs
February 19, 2009
he Eudora junior varsity boys basketball team took on St. James Tuesday at Eudora
College Notes
February 19, 2009
Wichita State University has announced that Eudora High School graduate Emily Ballock has made the dean’s list for the fall 2008 semester.
Days Gone By
February 19, 2009
ebruary 2004 The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education approved a contract with the De Soto district to run the schools’ five programs together without help from the consortium, which ran the Millcreek Center in Olathe, where Eudora and De Soto students had attended.
Food pantry watchful after peanut recalls
February 19, 2009
Though Donna Freeland, who organizes the Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry just had to throw away some crackers with peanut butter, she said the recalls of peanut products associated with a salmonella outbreak have not hurt the food pantry’s supplies
USD 491 makes budget cuts
February 19, 2009
In an effort to continue its goal of being proactive in the face of impending — and possibly drastic – budget cuts, the Eudora USD 491 Board of Education cut $53,600 from its budget at a meeting Thursday.
Fire chief hopes department’s progression continues
February 19, 2009
Eudora Fire Chief Randy Ates said 2008 was a year of catching up, and that 2009 will be a year to continue moving forward.
Cards run out of time in 43-39 loss to Gardner
February 19, 2009
Having just 5.8 seconds isn’t much time to dribble down court and put up a last-second shot.
A fine first
Mays wins league title at 215 pounds
February 19, 2009
The Eudora Cardinals wrestled one man short at the Frontier League tournament last weekend, but the other 11 wrestlers performed well, and Eudora took third-place as a team and had one first-place medalist.
EUMC looking on the bright side after fire
February 19, 2009
After November’s fire in the Eudora United Methodist Church, EUMC administrative council chairperson Janet Gabriel sometimes feels as though she’s living her own version of the movie “Groundhog Day.”
Girls silence Thunder, win two of three
February 19, 2009
With his team up by 10 with three minutes to go, Eudora coach Ryan Luke didn’t instruct his team to slow down and run the clock. He told them to speed up.