Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Asbury keeps Royals spirit alive on 75th Street. Those creative Methodists in the Asbury front office have made the drive down 75th Street in Prairie Village plenty entertaining over the Royals’ postseason run. A new sign reading “Gatorade baptisms here,” replaced the previous sign, which read, “How aboot those Royals, eh?”

Meadowbrook master plan open house set for today. Northeast Johnson County residents will have another opportunity to share their thoughts on what programming and use of space Johnson County Park and Recreation District should plan for the new public park on the Meadowbrook Country Club promperty this afternoon. An open house during which attendees will be encouarged to help the district finalize the master plan for the park is set for 3:30 to 7 p.m. today in the Meadowbrook clubhouse. [Public invited to help finalize Meadowbrook Park master plan on Oct. 20 — City of Prairie Village]



SM East boys soccer team heading into home stretch. SM East’s boys soccer team will wrap up its regular season this week with matches against two Sunflower League opponents. The Lancers face Olathe East tonight at 7 p.m. at the Olathe-College Boulevard Activity Center, and the take on northeast Johnson County rival SM North at 5 p.m. at the Shawnee Mission Soccer Complex. District play, which will determine seeding heading into regionals, starts next week. The Lancers currently sit at 8-3-1 on the year.

Mission man charged with hitting officers with car. Two police officers were knocked to the ground Sunday at an Overland Park Walmart after a man they were chasing backed his car into them. Charged in the incident was Verton Tyrone Gee Sr. of Mission. The officers were investigating a shoplifting call. Neither one was seriously injured. [Charges filed after car hist officers in Overland Park – The Kansas City Star]

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