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With Lenexa City Center, Lenexa sees good things come to those who wait

After more than 30 years, a couple of recessions and some false starts and embarrassments, the Lenexa City Center project at 87th Street and Renner appears to be paying off. When it is completely built out — and officials say that won’t be for at least a decade — it will be an area where people can work, shop and be entertained, possibly within blocks of their homes.

With Lenexa City Center, Lenexa sees good things come to those who wait

After more than 30 years, a couple of recessions and some false starts and embarrassments, the Lenexa City Center project at 87th Street and Renner appears to be paying off. When it is completely built out — and officials say that won’t be for at least a decade — it will be an area where people can work, shop and be entertained, possibly within blocks of their homes.

With Lenexa City Center, Lenexa sees good things come to those who wait

After more than 30 years, a couple of recessions and some false starts and embarrassments, the Lenexa City Center project at 87th Street and Renner appears to be paying off. When it is completely built out — and officials say that won’t be for at least a decade — it will be an area where people can work, shop and be entertained, possibly within blocks of their homes.

 

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A family’s grief brings new hope to U.S. veterans

It’s been four years since Army Spec. Spencer C. Duncan of Olathe was killed when his Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan on Aug. 6, 2011. His parents honor his memory with a run that raises money for veterans causes. The fourth annual Spencer C. Duncan Make It Count 5K Run/Walk will be held at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1, at New Century AirCenter in Gardner.