For Bryan Grove, the calming rhythm of weaving the prairie colors o…
Rebekkah Aarnes of Eudora was recently initiated into the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-disciplin…
We at the Eudora Times heard Santa was going to be around town this week, so with the help of Phil Bradley from St Nick Services, we were able…
Dan Dearmore recalls one of his favorite memories of being Santa at Zeb’s two years ago.
Cris Crawford stands in front of a field of Christmas trees he planted for Evening Star Pines. They open for the season at 9 a.m. Friday. See …
This Thanksgiving, we asked various people throughout Eudora what they were thankful for this year.
Here is a calendar of some of the upcoming events at local churches.
Judy Erpelding wants to bring the holiday spirit to people who could really use music this Christmas season.
Sean Mower was thinking of the community efforts and professionalism Eudora police officers display when he decided to donate a wooden America…
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About 85 people attended the annual dinner theater for seniors Thursday before a performance of “Little Women.” Principal Ron Abel said the ev…
About 200 children attended a COVID-19 vaccine clinic Wednesday at the West Resource Center.
Growing up with Catholicism, the new priest of Holy Family Catholic Church has always been a man of faith.
More than 100 quilts decorate the United Methodist Church this weekend as the Eudora Quilt Show has opened once again.
Eudora was in the Halloween spirit as Main Street was lined with spooky decor during Trunk or Treat.
A University of Kansas journalism alumna is hosting one of the most popular podcasts on Apple Podcasts right now.
The Senior Foundation is helping turn Eudora into a “Mecca for seniors,” City Manager Barack Matite said Friday.
EudoraFest was back on Main Street this past weekend for the first time in years following rained-out events and COVID-19.
Dale and Vicky Hofer are surrounded by half a million Italian honey bees in their backyard but getting stung is the least of their concerns.
An immunization fair at the fire station will be available this Saturday.
Whether it’s digging through a pumpkin patch or heading to EudoraFest, local residents can create their own adventure next weekend.