Theresa Abel General Manager

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Days Gone By
February 28, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS February 2001 Carlie Abel was the top vote-getter in the primary election for the Eudora school board and advanced to the general election along with Bob Rice, Marion Johnson, Brenda Clark, Tracy Bowling and James Harris.
Days gone by
February 21, 2008

7 years ago

FROM THE EUDORA NEWS

Days Gone By
February 14, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS February 2001 Carolyn Jones and Neil Dunavin were crowned the Eudora High School Winter Sports Queen and King during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game against Baldwin High School.
Days Gone By
February 7, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS February 2001 The Eudora School Board met with site council members from Eudora’s four public schools during an open forum at the Eudora High School library.
Days gone by
January 31, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS January 2001 The Eudora schools had been hit harder than usual with flu-like illnesses, causing many students to miss several days of school.
Days Gone By
January 24, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS January 2001 Ron Conner threw his name in the hat for the mayoral race in Eudora. He planned to run against Fred Stewart.
Days gone by
January 17, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS January 2001 The rates for gas bills through Greeley Gas Company increased by 51 percent in January. According to Jim Bartling, the company’s manager of public affairs, the increase was due in part to utility company procrastination and a simple case of supply and demand.
Thanks owed to many
January 9, 2008

As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.”

Days gone by
January 9, 2008

FROM THE EUDORA NEWS

Days Gone By
January 3, 2008
7 years ago FROM THE EUDORA NEWS January 2001 The Eudora Emergency Medical Service was in need of volunteers and hoped to have a staff of about 15

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Jessica Stewart lights the purple candle, which represents leadership. Leadership should exert a wholesome influence on the school. In taking the initiative in class and school activities, the real leader strives to train and aid others to attain the same objective.

National Honor Society secretary Mary Cox lights the gold candle, which represents service. Willingness to work for the benefit of those in need, without monetary compensation or without recognition, is the quality sought in membership. Members are committed to the idea of volunteering time and abilities to the creation of a better tomorrow.

Senior Charles Mersmann lights the green candle during the Eudora Chapter of the National Honor Society induction ceremony. The green candle represents scholarship. Scholarship is a commitment to learning. A student is willing to spend hours in reading and study, realizing the lasting benefits of a cultivated mind.

Brittney Graff, president of the Eudora Chapter of the National Honor Roll, welcomed students and family members before the new inductees were installed in the organization.

Several Eudora High School students and family members enjoyed dinner before 19 students were inducted into the Eudora Chapter of the National Honor Society. The ceremony took place Monday at Eudora Middle School.

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