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The Lee's Summit Lions Club participated in the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 11, 2017 in Downtown Lee's Summit.

The Lee's Summit Lions Club participated in the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 11, 2017 in Downtown Lee's Summit. 
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Be a Holiday Angel! Sponsor a Homeless Family for Christmas!

As Thanksgiving nears, we at Hillcrest Transitional Housing are preparing for our annual Holiday Adoption Program. Each year, almost 1,000 children, youth & adults who are participating in, or graduates of the Hillcrest program, are sponsored by generous & loving donors who provide new gifts & holiday meals to these deserving youth & families. 
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LS area theatre students collect 7,704 pounds of food for needy families through food drive

Student members of International Thespian Society (ITS) troupes from Lee's Summit High School, Lee's Summit North High School, Lee's Summit West High School and Summit Christian Academy collected approximately 7,704 pounds of canned and dry goods for Lee's Summit Social Services on Oct. 31.

The food was collected by the theatre students from the four schools as part of the Thespian Society's Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat program. Students from the four schools participated in the drive, which has become an annual tradition. The theatre students collected around 1,400 more pounds this year than in 2016. 
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Independence man charged with threatening Lee's Summit police officer with rifle

Independence man charged with threatening Lee's Summit police officer with rifle
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LSHS Hosts Fifth Annual Veterans Day Assembly

Lee’s Summit High School staff and students commemorated Veterans Day with the school’s fifth annual Veterans Day Appreciation Program, held Nov. 10. A total of 69 veterans from all branches of the military were honored during two student assemblies.

The all-school event included performances by Sounds of Summit, the Symphonic Band and the Concert Choir and presentation of the flags and a flag-folding ceremony by the LSHS Air Force Junior ROTC. 
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Historical 1959 Dodge Coronet Patrol Car at 2017 Veterans Parade

On Nov. 11, 2017, Veterans Day parade-goers noticed a special car going through the procession. The car is a 1959 Dodge Coronet Patrol Car.

This vehicle was purchased by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on June 4, 1959, from Boone County Motors in Columbia. The vehicle was taken out of service on February 11, 1960, and was traded back to Boone County Motors with 26,089 miles on the odometer.
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Veterans Day Parade 2017

The VFW Post 5789 and the VFW Auxiliary hosted their annual Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11. All were invited to come out and show support by either viewing or participating in the latest Lee’s Summit Veterans Day Parade. 
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2017 Thanksgiving Dinners Around Lee's Summit

VFW Post 5789
Lee’s Summit VFW Post 5789, located at 329 SE Douglas St. in downtown Lee’s Summit, will host a free Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The public is invited to join together and enjoy ham, turkey, and all of the traditional Thanksgiving fare.

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Senator-elect Mike Cierpiot To Be Named To Senate Committees

President Pro Tem Ron Richard (R-Joplin) announced his intention for Cierpiot to serve on the Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment, Economic Development and Ways and Means committees after his swearing-in ceremony on January 3rd of 2018. “I look forward to serving on these committees,” Senator-elect Cierpiot said. “Creating jobs, developing state commerce, protecting the consumer while being a good steward of taxpayers’ dollars are of the utmost importance to me.”
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AG Hawley Issues Investigative Demands To Google, Inc.

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced today that his Office has issued an investigative subpoena to Internet giant Google, Inc., in connection with an investigation into the company’s business practices. Specifically, the investigation will seek to determine if Google has violated the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act—Missouri’s principal consumer-protection statute—and Missouri’s antitrust laws.  

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