Many local businesses felt the rise of customers on Small Business …
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Karen Boyer submitted her letter of resignation this month.
Many local businesses have felt the impact of recent supply chain shortages and are having to make adjustments to meet the needs of consumers.
Construction of Wendy’s is going according to plan with an expectation for the restaurant to open by mid-December.
For the third year in a row, the Fire Department is collecting gently used and new coats for donation before winter.
The Eudora Times Voters Guide is now available in printed form in select locations.
The Chamber of Commerce has found its new home downtown and its executive director is excited to work alongside fellow businesses.
At our last story meeting, I stood before my team of five reporters. I had a list of 24 story ideas that I needed my little team to cover and …
On a quiet farm in the outskirts of Eudora, one family is preparing to give residents the fright of their lives as Halloween draws near.
Tracy Amyx is bringing a new kind of style to Main Street.
Local retailers are facing the same worker shortages as businesses across the nation, but the new manager of Family Dollar aims to get the sto…
A new pet grooming business is keeping Eudora’s pets looking their best.
Members of United Way of Douglas County, the Eudora Community Library and the Eudora Chamber of Commerce gather Thursday to open the new Unite…
After 12 months in the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the Eudora business community is still working through what that means for them now.
Lauri Kuntz of the Eudora Schools Foundation and Westerhouse Heating and Cooling were named this year’s Person of the Year and Business of the…
Courtney Gebauer and her family have begun renovating the new storefront for their business, Eudorable Home.
Eudora leaders shared their goals for the city in 2021 with the Eudora Times.
Super Bowl celebrations will look different this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause restrictions.
The Eudora City Commission approved a real estate purchase agreement for a new entertainment center on part of the Nottingham Center.