The Gladstone Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Start Smart Programs are designed for children to learn fundamentals of each sport without the threat of competition. Start Smart will begin the week of Sept. 14. The programs will run two days a week for three weeks total.
KANSAS CITY — Mayor Quinton Lucas, in consultation with Kansas City Health Department Director Rex Archer, extended the state of emergency in Kansas City until Jan. 16, 2021, as the city continues its work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The Northland Shepherd's Center's annual fundraiser is online this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. For the next couple of weeks, there will a chance to be part of the fundraiser, which culminates with the celebratory barbecue Aug. 27.
CLAY COUNTY — Cathy Rinehart says she is not contesting results of the verification recount that showed her opponent, Jon Carpenter, as the true victor of the Democratic primary for western district county commissioner.
North Kansas City Schools Board of Education approved the recommendation to move the first day of school to Tuesday, Sept. 8, at the group’s late July meeting. NKC Schools is continually monitoring data and recommendations from local health departments to further inform the community on its …
Metropolitan Community College received a $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a distance-learning program that will train rural high school students in precision machining, a high-demand career field, according to a college press release.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson announced on Thursday, April 9, he has ordered all Missouri public and charter schools to remain closed through the remainder of the academic year with the exceptions of nutrition services and child care that are outlined in our recent health order.