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Bernard Campbell Middle School teacher receives Howard Gadberry Teacher Award

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

Dee Soukup, science teacher at Bernard Campbell Middle School, received the Howard Gadberry Teacher Award during a special ceremony March 26 at the Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair. The Howard Gadberry Award is designed to recognize teachers in fourth through 12th grades who show outstanding effort toward the …

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What makes your child laugh?

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Dads@fathers.com, Community

As fathers, we should all actively observe April Fool’s Day — not by playing cruel tricks on our children, but by celebrating those relationships with lots of laughter. Victor Borge said, “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.” You already know this, of course. Many dads just naturally bring …

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Mar

Missouri House Completes Work on $23.2 Billion Budget

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Jeff Grisamore

Rep. Grisamore’s Amendments Restore Over $4 Million for Disabilities & Domestic Violence Shelters JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – This week the Missouri House of Representatives completed work on a $23.2 billion state budget that is balanced. The House-approved budget, which now goes to the state Senate for consideration, includes more than …

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31
Mar

Budget Crunch

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Will Kraus

We’re back in session, and the key word for this next five to six weeks is “budget.”  This week, the House passed a collective group of 13 budget bills, House Bill 1 through House Bill 13, which have been sent to the Senate for our consideration.  The House budget totaled …

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31
Mar

Lee’s Summit Police Investigating Incident at Price Chopper

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Lee's Summit Police Department

Lee’s Summit, Mo. – On Thursday evening, 3/31/2011 at around 6:45 pm, officers were called to the Consentino’s Price Chopper on SW 150 Highway on the report that a subject had fallen through the drop ceiling. Witnesses report that after falling through the drop ceiling, the subject ran from the …

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30
Mar

The Obama Doctrine – is there one?

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

Lee’s Summit, March 29, 2011 – The more I hear what the pundits have to say on television about the new Obama Doctrine, the more confused I get: Wolf Blitzer on CNN said “…the clearest form of what we can call the Obama Doctrine, when to deploy US military forces …

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28
Mar

Kitchen Fire Damages Lee’s Summit Duplex

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Lee's Summit Fire Department

LEE’S SUMMIT, MO–On Monday, March 28, 2011, at 7:08 p.m., the Lee’s Summit Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in a duplex at 536 NW Fieldcrest Drive. The occupant called 911 and reported a fire around the stove. When the fire department arrived, heavy smoke was visible from …

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Mar

Local Church Provides Free Prom Dresses

Posted by GSDispatch Editor in by Local Churches, Community, Events

Woods Chapel United Methodist Church is sponsoring a Prom Boutique to help more than 1,000 Kansas City-area high school girls feel like princesses for a day. This is the seventh year that the church, Woods Chapel United Methodist in Lee’s Summit, is holding a Prom Boutique. Year around, we seek donations of prom/bridesmaid/party …

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