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Summit Christian Academy Announces Elementary Christian Character Award Recipients

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to recognize students who consistently exhibit exceptional Christian character
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SCA Students Excel at District Spelling Bee

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) elementary and junior high students recently participated in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) District Spelling Bee. Fifteen SCA students qualified to compete in the Bee, with five placing at the top of their age groups in the competition.  

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Summit Christian Academy Announces Courtwarming Nominees

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce the 2017 Courtwarming Court Nominees.

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Ten KC-Area Residents Indicted For 100-Pound Meth Conspiracy

Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that 10 Kansas City, Mo.-area defendants have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute at least 100 pounds of methamphetamine.

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The Artist in IN! Local Grandmaster Jewel Cutter to Showcase Skill at Nelson Atkins

Denny Bradley is one of seven Grandmaster Jewel Cutters in the world. 

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Lee’s Summit Chamber Night At The Mavericks Benefitting Lee’s Summit Cares

You are invited to join the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce for an exciting night of hockey at the Lee's Summit Chamber Night with the Missouri Mavericks on Friday, February 24 at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
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Kansas City Polar Plunge Raises $283,764.35 For Special Olympics Missouri

The 13th Annual Polar Plunge on January 28 at Longview Lake in Kansas City was a splashing success, raising $283,764.35 to date.  Brave men and women from around the area, 745 in total, donned costumes and swimwear to take a chilly dip into Longview Lake.  Their Reason for Freezin’… the athletes of Special Olympics Missouri!  

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Senate Advances Measure That Will Halt Abusive Practices by the DOR

The Missouri Senate today advanced a measure that ensures the Department of Revenue does not overreach its authority by creating unfair and unnecessary taxes on consumers and businesses
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Finance and Budget Committee Hears Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Projections

Year-end budget projections put the city in a $74,000 increase over expectations at the beginning of the fiscal year. Management analyst Jack Feldman presented the budget projections to the Finance and Budget Committee at the February 6 meeting.

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Lee’s Summit Cowork Seeks Council Approval For LCRA Application

Ben Rao, owner of Cowork Lee’s Summit, appeared before the city council for the third time in two months to discuss his bid to start a co-working space in downtown Lee’s Summit on the site of the old post office located at 210 SW Market Street.

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