Members of United Way of Douglas County, the Eudora Community Library and the Eudora Chamber of Commerce gather Thursday to open the new Unite…
AuBurn Pharmacy has stopped requesting first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine after administering roughly 500 doses so far.
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.
Eudora residents and businesses are preparing for a safe Thanksgiving as local COVID-19 cases spike.
The Eudora Conventions and Visitors Bureau donated $1,000 to assist the Eudora Times.
Residents can still access library resources throughout the pandemic through curbside assistance.
Official construction in the Nottingham Center began Tuesday with the groundbreaking ceremony.
The funding will help the city, schools and businesses facing economic distress because of the pandemic.
The Eudora Chamber of Commerce recently named Karen Boyer as its new executive director.
Business owners look back on six months of restrictions due to the pandemic.
The new Modern Manufacturing facility will bring 80 new jobs to the city.
City officials are making projections about Eudora's financial future, including potential lost revenue for the city.
As Kansas looks to reopen through Gov. Laura Kelly’s phased plan, the tourism and travel industry prepares and adapts for summer visitors.
New Eudora businesses that hoped to open this spring and summer are also experiencing changes in their future.
While grocery stores are doing their best to stock shelves and maintain space between customers in the aisles, Douglas County farms are also s…