Northeast Johnson County morning roundup



Wentz named to All Metro Team. SM East slugger Joey Wentz’s summer of accolades continues this week with news that he had been named to the Kansas City Star’s All-Metro Team at first base. The Star noted Wentz’s .434 batting average and six doubles as part of his standout season. [The Star’s All-Metro Team — Kansas City Star]

Identity theft seminars held today in Mission. Mission police will hold two free seminars today about identity theft and how to prevent it happening to you. The seminars are at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. today at the Sylvester Powell Community Center.

Mission parks plan open house Thursday. A new master plan for the Mission parks is in the process of being put together. An open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Sylvester Powell Community Center will give the public a chance to provide input on the latest stage of the process. The master plan will be the guiding document to set priorities for how parks resources are allocated.

Local media cover undetonated explosive device in PV. We broke the story yesterday of a bomb squad response to a family’s discover of an unexploded military round in the basement of a home where an owner had recently passed away. The story gained metro-wide coverage in the newspaper and on TV.

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