KANSAS CITY — The Fall Parade of Homes returns to the Kansas City metro area starting Saturday, Sept. 18. The parade runs through Oct. 3.
- Blue Bummer: Late field goal is tipped, Broncos fall 21-20 to Oklahoma State
- Doug Segrest: Penn State holds off Auburn twice in the final minutes
- Notebook: Davis Koetter scores first Boise State touchdown, has memorable night on The Blue
- Arizona Wildcats experience a new low; loss to NAU extends skid to 15 games
- Boise State students still turn out after new vaccine policy
Need trees and shrubs for the landscape? Go native with the Missouri Department of Conservation. Native trees and shrubs can help improve wildlife habitat and soil and water conservation while also improving the appearance and value of private property, according to a press release.
The Gladstone City Council issued a proclamation at the Aug. 23 meeting recognizing Sept. 17 to 23 as Constitution Week.
Tarantulas are the largest spider native to Missouri.
SMITHVILLE — The Herzog Foundation awarded $2.758 million in grants to propel growth and increase enrollment in six Christian schools in Missouri, Kansas, and Tennessee.
Because Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas issued an emergency public health order in Kansas City requiring masks at all times indoors regardless of vaccination, as of Monday, Aug. 2, masks are required for all students, staff and visitors indoors at all North Kansas City Schools sites.
GLADSTONE — Earlier this spring, young students in the North Kansas City Schools district took part in a ribbon cutting for Oakwood Manor Elementary’s new Outdoor Wonder Lab.
Melissa & Company will bring country tunes to the Friday in the Park concert series at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10, at North Kansas City’s Festival Pavilion in Macken Park, located at 1002 Clark Ferguson Drive.