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The filing deadline has passed for August 2 primary elections – Here’s who will be on JoCo ballot

Johnson County election guide

Friday was the filing deadline for Congressional and statehouse candidates in Kansas. Below is a look into rules for voting in Kansas’ partisan primary elections and all the candidates who

Friday was the filing deadline for Congressional and statehouse candidates in Kansas. Below is a look into rules for voting in Kansas’ partisan primary elections and all the candidates who



5 to Try: Post readers pick the best salads in Johnson County 🥗

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another round of “5 to try” recommendations! This week we asked our readers to submit picks for their favorite salads in and around

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another round of “5 to try” recommendations! This week we asked our readers to submit picks for their favorite salads in and around


Leawood residents could request crosswalks at certain intersections under draft policy

Leawood officials are reviewing the initial draft of what would be the city’s first-ever crosswalk policy, a conversation that was sparked by concerns raised by residents about the intersection at

Leawood officials are reviewing the initial draft of what would be the city’s first-ever crosswalk policy, a conversation that was sparked by concerns raised by residents about the intersection at


National Weather Service says tornado touched down in JoCo — Here’s how strong it was

Officials with the National Weather Service in Kansas City confirmed Wednesday afternoon that a tornado touched down in Johnson County early Wednesday morning. How strong was it? The NWS preliminarily

Officials with the National Weather Service in Kansas City confirmed Wednesday afternoon that a tornado touched down in Johnson County early Wednesday morning. How strong was it? The NWS preliminarily



Leawood to look at amending city code following complaints about pickleball noise

On Monday, the Leawood City Council unanimously voted to have city staff review the city’s sports court ordinance after receiving noise complaints about a backyard pickleball court. Background: Concerns about

On Monday, the Leawood City Council unanimously voted to have city staff review the city’s sports court ordinance after receiving noise complaints about a backyard pickleball court. Background: Concerns about


Leawood names experienced interim manager following sudden death of city administrator

Following the unexpected death of longtime city administrator Scott Lambers, the Leawood City Council on Monday unanimously voted to approve local business executive Patrick Geschwind as interim city administrator. Who

Following the unexpected death of longtime city administrator Scott Lambers, the Leawood City Council on Monday unanimously voted to approve local business executive Patrick Geschwind as interim city administrator. Who