Archive for Thursday, May 14, 2009

All stories

Former Lawrence lawmaker is Parkinson’s pick for lieutenant governor
09:54 a.m., May 14, 2009 Updated 01:44 p.m.
Gov. Mark Parkinson on Thursday picked his chief of staff, Troy Findley, a former Lawrence legislator, to be lieutenant governor.
Commuter forecast, May 14, 2009
May 14, 2009
There will be some daytime roadwork on Highway 24 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. You can also expect routine roadwork on the west side of Kansas City.
Eudora sports briefs
May 14, 2009
Cardinal Basketball Camp dates announced
Eudora sports briefs
May 14, 2009
Cardinal Basketball Camp dates announced
Track looks to bounce back at league
May 14, 2009
With a little more than two weeks remaining in the season, Eudora track coach Phil Katzenmeier hopes his team is saving its best performances for last.
Neighbors: Chase Brecheisen
May 14, 2009
Senior, Eudora High School
Parkinson demonstrates political landscape changed
May 14, 2009
Evidence of the state political landscape changed with the resignation of Kathleen Sebelius to become part of President Barack Obama’s cabinet was not long in coming.
EHS takes second at league art contest
May 14, 2009
Ten Eudora High School students went to Baldwin last week to compete in the Frontier League art contest.
Railroads will be subject of Eudora Historical Society meeting
May 14, 2009
The Eudora Historical Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. May 21 at Eudora City hall, 4 E. Seventh St.
College notes
May 14, 2009
The following Eudora students are candidates for degrees at Kansas University
5 Questions: EHS counselor looks forward to graduation ceremony
May 14, 2009
The Eudora High School counselor Paul Walrod discussed this Saturday’s EHS graduation ceremony.
Pool opening delayed by entrapment law
May 14, 2009
The Eudora Aquatic Center likely won’t open for Memorial Day weekend as planned.
Summer not a time to relax for two EHS grads
May 14, 2009
For many high school graduates, summer break is a time to relax before taking on the next stage life has to offer— whether that means college or entering the workforce. But for Ben Katzenmeier and JoAnna Male, who will graduate Saturday from Eudora High School, it will be a time to prepare for the challenges to come.
Council in talks with interim city administrator candidate
May 14, 2009
Mike Wildgen, the former city manager of Lawrence, is in negotiations to become the interim city administrator for Eudora.
Ag Hall opens poultry museum
May 14, 2009
In November 1994 an optimistic group of poultry lovers gathered to dedicate the Hatchery Building at the National Agriculture Hall of Fame. That was only the beginning of what would become a 15-year, painstaking process of raising funds and artifacts to pull together the group’s true vision.
Healthy practices can assist in defense against swine flu
May 14, 2009
The hot, current news item is the flu. In this case, it is influenza H1N1, or more commonly known as “swine flu.” H1N1 is one of several types of influenza (flu) virus that causes respiratory disease that can spread between people.
Days Gone By
May 14, 2009
May 1997 Termination notices hand-delivered by Mayor Fred Stewart to Police Chief Bill Long and City Superintendent Gary Malb
Diploma a lifelong goal for Eudoran
May 14, 2009
When Sherry Lawrence receives her high school diploma Friday night at the Eudora Community Learning Center graduation ceremony, she will be living the advice she had long been doling out to others.
BBQ festival prepares for Sandstone debut
May 14, 2009
When a sweet, tangy, smoky aroma begins to fill the air next week, it will be a good sign the Great American Barbecue Festival has arrived. The festival will take place Memorial Day weekend, May 22-24, and will, for the first time ever, be at the Capitol Federal Park at Sandstone.
Bagworm season approaching fast in N.E. Kansas
May 14, 2009
We have just about reached the time for bagworms to emerge and start feeding on our trees.