Katelyn Ravasini, a Bernard C. Campbell eighth-grader, was chosen as the statewide middle school winner for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Lee’s Summit West junior Maryn White is one of six Distinguished Finalists from Missouri .
The Lee’s Summit City Council talned an ordinance that would add at least $5 million to municipal employee wages. Trying to figure out how to pay for it remains the sticking point, but it won’t be through a new tax.
The St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School in Lee’s Summit recently brought in a 3 1/2 month-old puppy named Mike as “director of love and hospitality.” The dog is being used to help students learn responsibility and to raise spirits. Meanwhile, the students help Mike get used to people.
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