The ATF and Raymore, Missouri, police are looking for suspects accused of using a vehicle to break into Gunner’s Firearms July 7. A reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
What has commonly just been known as having a second job is becoming a regular practice among people trying make a little extra, and as the demand for more income grows, so does the creative ways people attain it.
The Cass County Historical Society has been instrumental in documenting the county’s history, including the Harrisonville Courthouse Square, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Digital upgrades of exhibits are in the works.
By the time classes resume in August, Harrisonville Elementary School hopes to have installed its first piece of playground equipment that’s accessible to all children, including those with disabilities.
Belton High School is poised to transform its teaching approach based on Ford Next Generation Learning. Students will focus on career goals through three academies in the school. A Kauffman Foundation grant will help implement the plan.
Steven Meyers takes over as superintendent of the Pleasant Hill School District. Cass County Kids program will return. Raymore-Peculiar High School students sponsor high tech camp. Harrisonville Elementary students support veterans.
Cass County Fair runs July 10 and runs through July 15 at the fairgrounds, 308 W. Commercial St., Pleasant Hill. The schedule includes livestock competitions, a 5K run/walk, live musical performances, a carnival, and, of course, fair food.
In 2016, Raymore resident, Wendy Musick decided she and her daughters should audition for The Theatre in the Park’s summer season. At the time, she thought it would be a great family experience and the audition process would be a good learning experience.
Bridle Ridge elementary and Raymore-Peculiar high school students collaborate on an art project. McEowen Elementary School in Harrisonville honors students. Two Sherwood schools get new principals. Drexel to hold football camp.
The city of Peculiar, Missouri, is celebrating its 150th anniversary with two days of events June 22 and June 23, 2018. Activities concerts by Tate Stevens of “The X Factor” and Casi Joy of “The Voice,” plus a parade, car show and more.
Belton resident Jake Wilson rescued an alligator found in the pond of his mobile home park at Springdale Lake Estates. Since keeping the alligator would break city law, he handed it over to a Georgia farm that cares for alligators.
The St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School in Lee’s Summit recently brought in a 3 and a half-month-old puppy named Mike as “director of love and hospitality.” The dog is being used to help students learn responsibility and to raise spirit