Magician Todd Lamanske’s act is known all over the Northland. He regularly performs at such places as Trago Bar & Tapas near Liberty, Nick & Jake’s and Stone Canyon Pizza in Parkville and for corporate groups. He has also been seen performing roaming magic for at the Courier-Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch’s Best of the Northland celebrations.
KANSAS CITY NORTH — The missing bronze Osage Native American woman statue that was part of the Francois Chouteau & Native Americans Heritage Fountain has been recovered in pieces. The statue, weighing about 400 pounds and valued at $80,000, was stolen from a Kansas City park in the 3900 block of Chouteau Trafficway earlier this week.
KANSAS CITY — The female statue from the Francois Chouteau & Native Americans Heritage Fountain in Kansas City's Northland has been stolen. According to Kansas City Police detective Steven Downing, the statue has been missing since Wednesday, Aug. 4.
LIBERTY — Patricia Smith lives by the words that are found in her room at Our Lady of Mercy Country Home: “Even the strongest hands can lose their grip, the greatest of minds can become cloudy, and the biggest of hearts can break. So be kind, just always, be kind.”
Last month, the efforts of Liberty Boy Scout Troop 320 and Gladstone Boy Scout Troop 180 were recognized by Rep. Sam Graves, Clay County Presiding Commissioner Jerry Nolte, Liberty Mayor Lyndell Brenton and others. The large group of scouts received their emergency preparedness merit badge.
The Clay County 4-H Fair is a collaborative community event, showcasing and promoting the achievements and talents of 4-H youth. This year's f…
This year's Relay For Life of KC North brought out a dedicated group of survivors, caregivers, friends and family who raised more than $51,000…