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CLAY COUNTY — The National Weather Services issued a winter weather advisory that remains in effect in Clay County through Saturday, Jan. 18.

Clay County will hold a public comment period at 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, in the James S. Rooney Justice Center Division 5 courtroom, located at 11 S. Water St. in Liberty.

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For a nonprofit organization that is funded solely through grants and donations, Northland Neighborhoods Inc. is making a big difference in the lives of Gladstone residents. From seniors who need assistance with minor home repairs to neighborhoods that need help organizing Crime Watch progra…

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While the White House is considering making the argument that President Donald Trump has not officially been impeached since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not transmitted the articles of impeachment to the Senate, local elected officials as well as Clay County citizens are sounding off on whether they agree with the House's decision to pass two impeach articles — one for obstruction of Congress and another for abuse of power.

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CLAY COUNTY — On the last day possible, Clay County applied for the Missouri Supreme Court to review the sheriff's lawsuit against the county, which the county lost in both circuit and appeals court.

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The Northland Coalition invites the community Wednesday, Jan. 15, to hear a presentation on the state of children's health in the Kansas City region by Children's Mercy Hospital's Director of Community Health Initiatives Margo Quiriconi.

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KANSAS CITY NORTH — Days before Christmas, some Grinches decided to make the final few days of the Salvation Army bell ringing difficult at the Salvation Army Northland Corps Community and Worship Center, 5306 N. Oak Trafficway.

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The city seeks applicants for the Gladstone Future Leaders Academy. The academy’s purpose of the Gladstone Future Leaders Academy is to proactively reach out and educate Gladstone citizens about city government plans and programs that are offered while allowing the voice of the citizen to be…

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While the White House is considering making the argument that President Donald Trump has not officially been impeached since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not transmitted the articles of impeachment to the Senate, local elected officials as well as Clay County citizens are sounding off on whether they agree with the House's decision to pass two impeach articles — one for obstruction of Congress and another for abuse of power.