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Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is asking Missourians to help return unclaimed military medals and insignia held by the Treasurer’s Office. The Treasurer’s Office currently holds 251 military medals and insignia including five purple hearts, four bronze stars and more than 100 other service medals.

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Made possible by a grant administered by the Missouri State Library, Mid-Continent Public Library is now offering Chromebook laptops for customers to check out and take home.

Mason Anthony Rogers and Andrew John Zdanys were awarded their Eagle Scout medals at a Boy Scout Troop No. 260 Eagle Court of Honor held at the Antioch Bible Baptist Church in Gladstone. Troop 260 is sponsored by the North Cross United Methodist Church.

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During the Gladstone Mayor's Christmas tree lighting ceremony Nov. 23, Gladstone Mayor RD Mallams received several donations to help out three charities: Feed Northland Kids, Gladstone Neighbors Helping Neighbors and The Northland Christmas Store.

Members from Kansas City Northland Elks Lodge No. 2376, through the use of Spotlight and Beacon grant funds, created the Giving Hearts pantry to provide food, hygiene and cleaning items for families at Meadowbrook Elementary School in the North Kansas City School District. Pictured from left…

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Certain foods are synonymous with the holiday season. Thanksgiving turkey. Holiday cookies. Fruitcake. While those first two make mouths water. fruitcake rarely inspires stomachs to rumble in anticipation.

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The Gladstone Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 23, in Linden Square located at 602 NE 70th St., in the heart of downtown Gladstone.

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The Kansas City Zoo is set to “Make Waves KC,” as the zoo kicked off its $75 million aquarium project on Oct. 25.

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