Opinion

KNEA endorses Holland for governor
July 16, 2010
The Kansas National Education Association has endorsed Tom Holland for governor.
Legislation to ban texting while driving
February 4, 2010
Last week, a bill was reviewed in a Kansas Senate committee that would fine drivers sending or reading a text message up to $500 and sentence them to as much as a month in jail. Meanwhile, a bill introduced in the Kansas House will place a $100 fine on the activity.
Delaying rate increases not a good thing
January 28, 2010
A seasoned city administrator once told us that while it may make them popular, city councils don’t do their residents any favors when they put off raising utility rates.
Letter: USD 464 actions appreciated
January 26, 2010
Classy. Dignified. Respectful.
Water, school funding top resolution list
January 7, 2010
With the start of the new year, The Eudora News will once again make its community resolution list. As in the past, the list is not about self-improvement but issues that need to be resolved in the next 12 months.
2009 noteworthy for end of auto lines
December 31, 2009
With only a few days remaining in 2009, it seems an appropriate time to take stock.
Christmas joy need not be Christmas joy need not be
December 24, 2009
As thanks obviously defines our Thanksgiving observance, so joy is the more subtle meaning behind Christmas.
EHS Principal Dale Sample announces retirement
December 11, 2009
Eudora High School principal Dale Sample has announced his retirement, effective at the end of this school year.
Giving thanks meaningful in lean times
November 25, 2009
Except for those among use who experienced the bleak days of the Great Depression and World War II, this will be the most dismal Thanksgiving in memory.
Moore to back health care reform package
November 5, 2009
I will be voting for this bill because it addresses the issues of affordability, fiscal responsibility, quality and choice.
Swine flu might not be what’s really on our minds
October 8, 2009
In recent weeks there’s been a paranoia in the office that I, too, have shared. Everyone seems to be so on edge about the swine flu that many of us have believed we were catching it with the slightest sniffle, scratchy throat or body ache.
Another black eye
October 7, 2009
In August of 1896 William Allen White was fit to be tied. Accosted by an angry populist mob on the streets of Emporia, he stormed into his office at the Emporia Gazette and wrote an editorial that he headed, “What’s the Matter with Kansas?”
Eudora needs to develop a spooky past
September 24, 2009
It seemed like the minute swimming pools closed for the season, I started seeing sales promotions for Halloween.
Debate requires participants shut up and listen
September 17, 2009
The country was treated last week to two examples of unrestrained egos.