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May

Gravel truck involved in rear end collision with Lee’s Summit School bus

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Phil Kloster

This morning, before 9:30 a.m., a Lee’s Summit R-7 School Bus #109 was rear ended by a gravel truck at 150 Hwy and 17th. Six students (all 6th graders) and the Bus driver were transported for precautionary reasons, and are reported to be fine. The Dispatch was able to speak …

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May

Tonya Johnson named R-7 School District Learning for Life Award winner for May

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Lee’s Summit R7 School District, Edu

Tonya Johnson was named the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District Learning for Life Award winner for May. She is library media center clerk at Sunset Valley Elementary School. The award is presented to one employee each month who is nominated by co-workers and selected by a staff committee. “Tonya goes …

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Apr

Missouri Redistricting

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by The Lee's Summit Conservative

Lee’s Summit, April 18, 2011 – Every 10 years politicians protect their own; it is time for Missouri to stand up and speak out; or accept the consequences for the next ten (10) years. Since I earned the right to vote in 1992 at the tender age of 34, I …

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Apr

Greenwood Man Indicted for Child Pornography

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Phil Kloster, by U.S. Attorney's Office

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Beth Phillips, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Greenwood, Mo., man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for receiving child pornography over the Internet. Andrew M. Jones, 28, of Greenwood, was charged in a three-count indictment that …

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4
Apr

Kansas City Earnings Tax Finally Comes to a Vote

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by The Lee's Summit Conservative

Lee’s Summit, April 4, 2011 – On Tuesday, the City of Kansas City comes up for a vote on the Earnings tax.  The current Earnings tax accounts for roughly 40% of the budget for the city.  This is a major issue for the folks in Kansas City but more importantly …

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Apr

Lee’s Summit’s Got Talent Announces Open Auditions, deadline April 15

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in Community, Events

Auditions for Lee’s Summit’s Got Talent; Lee’s Summit’s first talent competition, will be held April 28th and 29th at Lee’s Summit West High School Performing Arts Center. This premier talent competition is open to all ages and all talent, giving performers the opportunity to showcase their unique talents on stage. …

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Apr

Lee’s Summit North students win state level awards at STAR events

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Lee’s Summit R7 School District, Edu

One student moves on to compete at nationals in California Seven students from Lee’s Summit North attended the 2011 Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, March 27–29 at the Holiday Inn Select Executive Center in Columbia. The delegates from across the state represented over 12,000 …

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Apr

Orange You Gonna Slow Down in Work Zones This Construction Season?

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by MoDOT

Work Zone Awareness Week Begins Monday Winter is now behind us, but the forecast calls for a blizzard of construction activity this season throughout MoDOT’s eight-county Kansas City District and across the region. This year Kansas Department of Transportation joins MoDOT in urging motorists to slow down, avoid distractions and …

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