Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Living-History_SIMShawnee Indian Mission’s Living History returns Saturday. The Shawnee Indian Mission’s monthly Living History event returns tomorrow, with tipi demonstrations, pioneer wagons, and kids activities including tin punching, and clay marble making. The event is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

SM East football video nominated for High School Video of the Year. SM East’s first-ever championship season may have been over for nine months, but it’s still garnering the school accolades. Videographer Brian Libeer’s recap video for the season has been nominated by FootballScoop.com as one of five finalists for 2015 High School Video of the Year. [Announcing the 2015 High School Video of the Year finalists — FootballScoop.com]

Google construction to start in Fairway. Fairway alerted residents this week that contractors for Google are set to start doing work on the city’s right-of-way and utility easements in the coming days as they prepare the city for the rollout of the Fiber high-speed internet and television service.

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