Nate Reed

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Board names architect
March 15, 2007
The Eudora USD 491 Board of Education tapped the DLR Group Thursday as the architect for a November bond referendum.
Local painter shows acting talent
March 8, 2007
Beverly Willis-Wyant has made a home behind her canvas as a painter. She’s earned the nickname ‘Granny B’ for her prolific painting style.
Curves ahead
Promise of shapelier bodies brings women to new Eudora gym
October 19, 2006
New challenges, new thrills greet Eudora grad
July 6, 2006
Sitting on a bucket in the Cardinals dugout, Mark Abel knows he’s seen it before. The walks, the missed signs and the missed plays at the plate have all been things the former Eudora baseball player has seen in bunches, and Saturday was no exception as the Cardinals took on the Hornets at the 3 and 2 Baseball Club of Johnson County. This time around, however, there was one thing that was different.
Cross Country assistant finds new goals in running
July 6, 2006
When Dan Kuhlman was nearing the often unwelcome milestone of his 50th birthday he found himself thinking about what he needed to do for himself when the day arrived. “I was going to turn 50,” Kuhlman, now 52, said. “I just thought I really wanted to be in the best possible shape I could be in.”
Eudora’s year tough to beat
June 29, 2006
The 2005-2006 Eudora sports year was a hard one. A hard one for the school’s trophy cases that is, as the glass cases in the commons area saw more action the past year than most years combined as new pieces of hardware were inserted on what seemed like a regular basis.
Future the main focus in summer league baseball
June 29, 2006
As Eudora baseball coach Dirk Kinney guided the Cardinals to what would be the school’s first-ever state tournament appearance earlier this year, he was also working behind the scenes. The work being done was not as noticeable as the tournament run was, but in the long run, it may be just as important. Kinney was working for the future.
Hunts for river’s beasts often come up dry
June 22, 2006
The pictures on the wall of Hack’s Outfitters are numerous and the faces range from joyful to tired as each person holds a trophy catch. The trophies are giant flathead catfish, a mottled and flattened out version of other more accessible catfish such as the bullhead and the more often seen channel cat. These beasts can grow to nearly 100 pounds, and the big ones have been swimming in nearby rivers and lakes, since Nixon was in the White House.
Seven-on-seven workouts could prove valuable to Cardinals
June 22, 2006
Wednesday was the first official day of summer, and with it came the heat and humidity which dominate the gap between school years. Earlier in the week, however, the Eudora Cardinals jumped ahead of the official start of fall practice with an unofficial remedy — football.
Eudora soccer fans play any way they can
June 15, 2006
While the world gathers in Germany to watch the best players in the world play on fields of plush grass, Eudora junior Anthony Barta and other members of the Cardinal soccer team gather to play the game the world covets, only on Wednesday nights, the surface they play on is a little more tough, tough as in a concrete basketball court. Barta, the Cardinal varsity goalkeeper, along with brothers Connor and Logan Hartpence, travel to Lawrence’s Holcomb Park on Wednesday nights to play a variation of the game the world will watch in droves.

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