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Last Chance To Catch Santa In Downtown Lee's Summit

Santa will be taking one last stroll through Downtown Lee's Summit before he returns to the North Pole to prepare for Christmas. 
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Limited Edition Downtown Lee's Summit Caboose Ornaments Available

In honor of Downtown Lee's Summit Main Street's 25th anniversary, limited-edition Howard Station Park caboose ornaments are available through the holidays for a $25 donation. 
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Kantorei Of KC Concerts This Weekend

Join Kantorei of Kansas City for it's 5th annual Christmas presentation. "Christmas Around the World" is an exploration of the many ways people "hear" Christmas across the globe. 
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Council Denies Waiver of Downtown Design Standard

A request from Jill Powell of the Serenity Bereavement Resource Network to install a gabled roof on their downtown building was denied by the council this week
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Lee's Summit Sex Offender Arrested After Posing as Santa Claus

A detective for the sheriff’s office received confidential information a known sex offender was working as a local Santa Claus impersonator.
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Get Well Card for Chiefs Eric Berry

Area KC Chiefs fans will have the opportunity to sign a very large get well card for Chiefs pro bowl safety Eric Berry.
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R-7 SCHOOL DISTRICT CANCELLED ON THURSDAY, DEC. 18

All Lee’s Summit R-7 Schools are cancelled on Thursday, Dec. 18, due to inclement weather, road conditions and temperatures.
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Snow Control Update: City's Crews Continue to Pre-Treat Streets Ahead of Winter Weather

The City's crews continue to pre-treat streets with both salt brine and rock salt ahead of the expected winter weather. Snowfall is expected to begin late tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 17, at which time crews will begin plowing and treating streets. Accumulating snow of 1-3 inches is expected overnight into Thursday, Dec. 18, and freezing drizzle is forecast to occur during the morning rush hour. Slickness is expected and drivers are encouraged to use caution.
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Childers selected as 2015 Lee's Summit Firefighter of the Year

The Lee’s Summit Fire Department is honored to announce the selection of Specialist/Paramedic Jim Childers as the Lee’s Summit Fire Department’s 2015 Firefighter of the Year.
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Lee's Summit homeowner stabs burglar

On Thursday, December 11th, 2014 at approximately 8:00 p.m., officers with the Lee’s Summit Police Department were called to the 400 block of NW Ambersham Drive on the report of a burglary that had just occurred.
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