Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

Jessie Stindt and coach Ronald Stallard. Photo via Twitter.
Jessie Stindt and coach Ronald Stallard. Photo via Twitter.

Shawnee Mission East’s Jessie Stindt is 2017 Kansas triple jump champ. Shawnee Mission East’s Jessie Stindt on Saturday become the 2017 Kansas triple jump champion by hopping, skipping and jumping 39’7″ at the state meet in Wichita. Video of her winning attempt from coach Ronald Stallard is below:

Special Olympics torch run to make its way through NEJC today. Law enforcement officers from Prairie Village, Mission, Leawood, Overland Park and other local agencies today will carry a torch that will be used to light the flame at this summer’s Special Olympics Summer Games in Maize across Johnson County. The run is expected to make a stop at Johnny’s at Corinth Square at noon and a stop at Merriam Town Center at 3 p.m.

Police confiscate cannabis derivative being sold at Mission store. A detective from the Mission Police Department last week confiscated the supply of Cannabidol, a cannabis derivative, being sold at Into the Mystic on Johnson Drive. The owner, Eddie Smith, maintains that the product is legal to sell in Kansas. [Mission store owner surprised by raid where police confiscated CBD – WDAF]

WaterOne releases updated home brew data. WaterOne had updated the information it provides to home brewers with recent test data on various ions that can affect the flavor of beer brewed with tap water here in Johnson County. You can find the latest flavor ion info here.