Overland Park & Leawood

Despite reservations, board to vote soon on King Louie plan

Johnson County commissioners voted 4-3 to bring the project up for approval at their March 12 meeting. They also will pursue a management agreement that would merge the museum into the park department.. That 10-year agreement would put museum employees under Johnson County Park and Recreation. It would keep the museum advisory board, however.

Four area teens honored by Prudential for community spirit

Blake Harris of Kansas City, North, is one of Missouri’s two state honorees for the award and the only one to take the top honor from the Kansas City area. Three other area teens made the list as distinguished finalists: Paul Freeman of Mission Hills, Nghia Jones of Overland Park and Jordan Richardson of Platte County High School.

Menards wants to open store in Olathe, but city has doubts

The Olathe City Council delayed a vote on the project, citing concerns about design details, an increase in traffic for 138th Street, potential noise, the location of the warehouse, and whether the vacant piece of land, which sits next to a residential neighborhood, is even an appropriate spot for the giant retail store.

Four area teens honored by Prudential for community spirit

Blake Harris of Kansas City, North, is one of Missouri’s two state honorees for the award and the only one to take the top honor from the Kansas City area. Three other area teens made the list as distinguished finalists: Paul Freeman of Mission Hills, Nghia Jones of Overland Park and Jordan Richardson of Platte County High School.

Menards wants to open store in Olathe, but city has doubts

The Olathe City Council delayed a vote on the project, citing concerns about design details, an increase in traffic for 138th Street, potential noise, the location of the warehouse, and whether the vacant piece of land, which sits next to a residential neighborhood, is even an appropriate spot for the giant retail store.
 

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Four area teens honored by Prudential for community spirit

Blake Harris of Kansas City, North, is one of Missouri’s two state honorees for the award and the only one to take the top honor from the Kansas City area. Three other area teens made the list as distinguished finalists: Paul Freeman of Mission Hills, Nghia Jones of Overland Park and Jordan Richardson of Platte County High School.