Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Indian Hills “generations” sought for display. A display of Indian Hills Middle School families who have attended the school for two or three generations during its 62 years in existence was placed in the school in the fall of 2014. The display lists 132 families, 10 of those being third generation families. Other families may now qualify for the display. Families can send the names of those students in multiple generations, and years of attendance, to Indianhills60@yahoo.com. Once verified, those names will be added to the display.

Merriam police cite man for leaving dog in hot car. Merriam police cited a man who left a young dog unaccompanied in an SUV in the Home Depot parking lot. Police had to unlock the car to free the dog after a passerby heard the dog crying in distress. The owner will have to appear in court to answer to the citation of unlawful treatment of an animal. [Owner cited after Merriam police free dog from hot car in Home Depot parking lot — WDAF]

Prairie Village councilwoman’s business featured by Google. Prairie Village City Councilwoman Brooke Morehead’s business Prairiebrooke Arts, an art gallery in downtown Overland Park, was the Kansas business selected to be featured in Google’s Annual Economic Impact Report. The company selects one business in each state to feature each year. You can read the report here.

DCCC names District 3 Congressional seat to Emerging Races list. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has named the contest between incumbent Rep. Kevin Yoder and Mission Woods businessman Jay Sidie to its Emerging Races list, signaling that it views the race as increasingly competitive.

Next Mission coffee on Friday. The Mission Police Department will hold its next Coffee with a Cop on Friday starting at 8 a.m. at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. Coffee, donuts and conversation with Mission police officers – no speeches – will be served.

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