Gladstone received one of the ETC Institute’s Leading the Way awards for this year.
As people head out for hikes during this cool spring weather, one of the highly annoying things about being outdoors in most seasons is ticks, states a Missouri Department of Conservation release.
CLAY COUNTY — The Clay County Museum Board of Directors voted to resume in-person programs beginning in June. The first in-person program will be Kyle Yarber’s presentation, “A Car Crazy Town” at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 10.
The Missouri Bicentennial Time Capsule seeks submissions from clubs, schools, community groups, businesses and government agencies to commemorate Missouri’s bicentennial this year.
The Association of American Educators, a national, nonunion, professional association serving educators in all 50 states, is celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week Monday through Friday, May 3 to 7.
Students at Maplewood Elementary School were excited to participate in the groundbreaking for a new school Wednesday, April 7, at 6400 NE 52nd St. in Kansas City. This is the second groundbreaking this year for a new school in the growing North Kansas City Schools district.