CLAY COUNTY — After multiple hours of recounting primary election votes Thursday, Aug. 6, preliminary ballot verification totals from Clay County’s Election Board show Jon Carpenter, not Cathy Rinehart, won the Democratic race for western district commissioner.
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The New Red Onion Jazz Babies will bring the sounds of Dixieland music to Friday in the Park, this Friday, Aug. 7, at North Kansas City's Festival Pavilion in Macken Park, 1002 Clark Ferguson Drive. The show is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Social distancing guidelines will be in place.
Kansas City North — Andy’s Frozen Custard, a quick-serve frozen custard dessert business, announced the opening of its newest store at 8585 NE Shoal Creek Valley Drive. The new Andy’s Frozen Custard Liberty drive-thru and walk-up window location represents Andy’s seventh Kansas City-area store and its 23rd in Missouri as the company continues its regional expansion, according to a press release.
GLADSTONE — With a margin of 61 votes, Republican Steve West again takes the primary to move forward to the November general election where he will face Democrat Maggie Nurrenbern for the Missouri House of Representatives District 15 seat.
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.