Emily Miller

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Splish splash
June 2, 2005
Avery Oetting, 19 months, enjoys a day at the pool with her parents Greg and Crystal Oetting. The Eudora Municipal Pool opened for the season Saturday and has been busy ever since.
Retail liquor may be in store for Eudora
June 2, 2005
Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle thinks having a liquor store in town is a fine idea. And, thanks to the Kansas Legislature, it might become more than an idea in the near future. A new state liquor law would allow any city in Kansas to have a liquor store unless the governing body voted to ban such stores. If the City Council took no action, Eudora would become a wet city Feb. 16, 2006, said Sandy Jaquot, League of Kansas Municipalities Director of Law.
Family finds special meaning in Relay
June 2, 2005
Each year, the Eudora Relay For Life committee tries to motivate individuals to participate and help raise money for the American Cancer Society. But Tina Payne’s motivation is built in.
Property owners hold answer to downtown
Mayor says building owners must take responsibility
June 2, 2005
Eudora Mayor Tom Pyle said he wasn’t surprised when the Kansas Department of Transportation denied the city’s grant application. A grant request was written in 2004 asking KDOT for money that would have helped pay for improvements to the city’s downtown sidewalks and parking.
Citizen planning downtown farmer’s market
June 2, 2005
Plans are being made for a farmer’s market to open in downtown Eudora this summer.
City grant funding denied
May 26, 2005
The Kansas Department of Transportation has denied a grant application by the city of Eudora for funding to improve the city’s downtown business area.
New city administrator chosen
May 26, 2005
The Eudora City Council has chosen one candidate from more than 50 applicants to be the city’s next administrator.
Clinic offers low-cost health care
May 26, 2005
Starting Wednesday, Eudora residents with low income and no health insurance will have access to low-cost medical services provided by the Lawrence-based Health Care Access Clinic.
Well earned
Girl overcomes adversity to graduate with her class
May 26, 2005
In most ways, Rhonda Jones is a typical teenager. She loves to shop and has a special place in her heart for shoes. She loves watching movies, especially comedies. She enjoys listening to all kinds of different music from Eminem to Tom Petty, but she has no tolerance for country music.
Tassels turned
Class of 2005 celebrates graduation milestone
May 26, 2005
Soon their lives will be changed by college, careers and family. But for the Eudora High School class of 2005, Sunday’s graduation ceremonies were about celebrating their history and anticipating what’s next.

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Hundreds of donated prizes were given away throughout the night, but at the end of the event, each junior and senior received one prize ranging anywhere from $25 to $200. Prizes included dorm refrigerators, stereos, X-Box games, PS2 systems and more. Jim Lauer, seated at the table, read off the winners as Marge Epperson and Kara Williams stood nearby and recorded the information.

Jamie Bowser tries to scoot a potato to the finish line by using a cucumber inside panty hose as a mallot.

Josh Hartley tries to cover Craig Elmer up with toilet paper in the mummy wrap game.

Steven Foster tries to steer his scooter backward using a mirror for his guide in a relay race during all-night prom activities.

Andy Coffman takes a turn on the Jacob's Ladder. Students who reached the top without falling off received a cash prize.

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