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Tannor Kraus Honored at Missouri Baptist University

Tannor Kraus of Lee's Summit has been named to the fall 2016 semester Deans List for outstanding academic performance at Missouri Baptist University and is on their basketball team.
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Councilmember Asks for Clarity on Insurance Rates During Roundtable

Councilmember Chris Moreno raised questions about insurance rate increases for contractors who work with the City during the council round table portion of the February 2 council meeting.

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Lee’s Summit Teacher Allison Hoffman Recognized as Community Hero

Allison Hoffman, a teacher at Westview Elementary School, has been recognized as the first recipient of the Community Heroes Program – a campaign recognizing individuals with outstanding character and achievement sponsored by 106.5 The Wolf and the City of Lee’s Summit. 

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Fourteenth Annual Mayor’s Character Breakfast Recognizes Extraordinary Citizens

For the fourteenth year, Lee’s Summit Cares, a local coalition of community members that works, in part, to promote character within the community, hosted the Mayor’s Character Breakfast to honor local citizens who bettered the city of Lee’s Summit with their acts of character. 

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Man’s Life Saved by Patron and Employees at Legacy Park Community Center

When Terrance Benson went into full cardiac arrest at Legacy Park Community Center on January 16, Austin Aguirre, Cameron Struckmeier, and Devin Blazek leapt to action to save his life.
 
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1000 Kicks for Special Olympics Missouri Raises More than $6000

On a hot summer's day, 77 karate students donned their uniforms and made their way to Lee's Summit North's football field to preform 1000 kicks for Special Olympics Missouri. The money is still being counted as of press time, but so far the total has surpassed $6,000, beating last year’s total of $5,421.  
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UPDATE: Lee's Summit Teenager Robbed at Gun Point

"This will be all I can say at this time, as this is an ongoing investigation.

"My daughter was robbed at gun point, in the parking lot of Harris Park, by two suspects. She did manage to get away from the suspects, in her car, and drive to the BP gas station, at 291S and Blue Parkway to get help. This has been a terrifying experience for her and us as parents.

"My daughter made a bad decision to meet someone, that she only knew from social media, in a parking lot, by herself.
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Downtown Lee's Summit Hosts Chocolate Crawl for a Cause Event

Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street is hosting its annual Chocolate Crawl for a Cause event starting at noon on Saturday, February 4 in Downtown Lee’s Summit, MO.
 
Again this year, participants are asked to bring a small donation to benefit Lee’s Summit Social Services this winter season. Donation preferences are monetary and non-perishable food items and can be dropped off at GOT Art Gallery from 12-4pm on the day of the event. In return for the gift, the first 750 shoppers will be given a special Lee’s Summit chocolate bar (courtesy of MCC/Longview and Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce), an event wristband, and a downtown map.
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Freedom to Speak Toastmasters Present Open House

Freedom to Speak Toastmasters will host “Talk Your Way to the Top,” an open house at John Knox Village Ambassador Room located at 500 NW Murray Road in Lee’s Summit. The event will take place on January 31, 2017 from 12 p.m. until 1 p.m. Food and drink will be provided.
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Lee's Summit Man Sentenced for $3.7 Million Mortgage Fraud

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced January 27, 2017 that a Lee’s Summit, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court today for his role in a more than $3.7 million mortgage fraud scheme.
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