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Lee’s Summit CARES To Present Several Parent University Events

Lee’s Summit CARES is presenting several workshops and parenting classes designed to help families learn practical and proven strategies for raising children who are respectful and responsible
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Special Needs Day March 30, 2018

The Mayor and City Council of Lee's Summit have declared by proclamation March 30, 2018, as "Special Needs Day" to recognize its special needs families, encourage local businesses to participate in activities and offerings for the families, and provide more social awareness and diversity in our community
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Strength In Unity

On April 3rd, 2018 we will place three questions on the ballot. The first question will ask voters to dissolve Prairie and Lotawana and approve the new Southern Jackson County Fire Protection District.
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Give Prosecutors More Tools To Fight Public Corruption

From Washington to Jefferson City to the county courthouse, Missourians entrust their public officials with great authority and responsibility
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GLSHF Proudly Announces The Recipients Of The 2018 Grant Awards

The Greater Lee’s Summit Healthcare Foundation (GLSHF) proudly announces the recipients of the 2018 Grant Awards
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Gene and Agnes Heaton Celebrate 70 Years of Marriage

Gene and Agnes Heaton were married on January 23, 1948 at the Naval Base in Great Lakes, Illinois
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Autumn Leaves Opens In Lee's Summit

Autumn Leaves of Lee’s Summit Assisted Living Memory Care celebrated their grand opening on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
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Lee’s Summit City Council Defeats Sales, Use Tax Ordinances

Two ordinances added at the last minute that put a proposed use tax and sales tax on the Aug. 7 ballot were defeated by City Council at its Feb. 15 meeting
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Candidate Filing Opens For 2018 Jackson County Elections

The opening date to file a declaration of candidacy for Jackson County offices in the primary election is Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 8 a.m. and ends Tuesday, Mar. 27 at 5 p.m.
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LS North Principal Praises SafeSchool Alert

SafeSchools Alert is an online incident reporting system that lets students, staff, parents, and community members confidentially report safety concerns to school administration 24/7/365. Tips can be submitted by phone, email, text message and website.

Every Lee’s Summit high school website has a link to the SafeSchool Alert website. Look for the red and white lifesaver icon with Report a Tip caption in the lower menu bar of the home page.



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