Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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SM East’s Edmisten, Miege’s Dawson Downing make Sports in Kansas’s list of 25 running backs to watch. Perhaps its not a surprise given that his consistent grind-it-out performances helped propel the Lancers to their first-ever state title last year, but SM East’s Wyatt Edmisten was among the 25 running backs highlighted by Sports in Kansas this week ahead of the start of the 2015 season. Bishop Miege’s Dawson Downing, who helped his team to an undefeated season that culminated with a class 4A-1 title, made the list as well. [25 Running Backs to Watch for 2015 – Sports in Kansas]

Mission sees slew of water main breaks. Mission City Administrator Laura Smith reported in her weekly update that the city had had multiple water main breaks on 61st Street between Woodson and Lamar. WaterOne has put temporary patches on the breaks to date, and will be making permanent repairs once the city’s pool has closed for the season.

TV profiles Prairie Village’s Coffee With a Cop program. Prairie Village’s first-ever Coffee With a Cop gathering was the subject of a profile story on KSHB late last week. [Prairie Village police aim for better community relations with ‘Coffee with a Cop’ program — KSHB]

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