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Briefly Noted: Shawnee Mission East marching band to perform in London’s 2023 New Year’s parade

SM East band

Shawnee Mission East marching band to perform in London’s 2023 New Year’s parade The Shawnee Mission East Marching Lancers, the school band, was invited to perform in London’s 2023 New Year’s

Shawnee Mission East marching band to perform in London’s 2023 New Year’s parade The Shawnee Mission East Marching Lancers, the school band, was invited to perform in London’s 2023 New Year’s


One person killed after being hit by train in Lenexa

Lenexa train accident

One man was killed Monday morning after being struck by a train in Lenexa, according to police. Investigators say the incident happened just before 8:45 a.m. Monday on railroad tracks

One man was killed Monday morning after being struck by a train in Lenexa, according to police. Investigators say the incident happened just before 8:45 a.m. Monday on railroad tracks



Briefly Noted: Prairie Village native Joyce DiDonato nominated for another Grammy

Joyce DiDonato nominated for Grammy Award Prairie Village native and classical music singing star Joyce DiDonato has been nominated for a Grammy Award. DiDonato, a three-time Grammy winner already, received

Joyce DiDonato nominated for Grammy Award Prairie Village native and classical music singing star Joyce DiDonato has been nominated for a Grammy Award. DiDonato, a three-time Grammy winner already, received


Happy Thanksgiving, Johnson County!

Happy Thanksgiving, Johnson County! If we haven’t mentioned it lately, we are thankful for our readers, and especially thankful for the 5,200 of you who are paying subscribers. We wouldn’t

Happy Thanksgiving, Johnson County! If we haven’t mentioned it lately, we are thankful for our readers, and especially thankful for the 5,200 of you who are paying subscribers. We wouldn’t



Briefly Noted: Johnson County airports, transportation businesses tap into $1.2 million in federal relief

Johnson County airports, transportation businesses tap into $1.2 million in federal relief Rep. Sharice Davids of Kansas District 3 on Monday announced that nearly $1.2 million in federal pandemic relief

Johnson County airports, transportation businesses tap into $1.2 million in federal relief Rep. Sharice Davids of Kansas District 3 on Monday announced that nearly $1.2 million in federal pandemic relief


Kansas Legislature passes bill on vaccine exemptions — see how JoCo lawmakers voted

Kansas vaccine mandates law

In a one-day special session Monday, the Kansas Legislature approved a measure that will make it easier for workers to claim exemptions from employers with vaccine requirements. According to the

In a one-day special session Monday, the Kansas Legislature approved a measure that will make it easier for workers to claim exemptions from employers with vaccine requirements. According to the


Briefly Noted: Shawnee Town 1929 wins technology award for Virtual 360 Tour

Shawnee Town 1929 wins technology award for Virtual 360 Tour Shawnee Town 1929 earlier this month received the 2021 Technology Award from the Kansas Museum’s Association. The award recognizes the

Shawnee Town 1929 wins technology award for Virtual 360 Tour Shawnee Town 1929 earlier this month received the 2021 Technology Award from the Kansas Museum’s Association. The award recognizes the




Briefly noted: Spring Hill Police Department saves newest K9 from being euthanized

Johnson County police department saves newest K9 Spring Hill Police Department’s newest k9 is Loki, a two-year-old Malinois and Shepherd mix from Olseno, Poland. Initially, Loki was purchased by the

Johnson County police department saves newest K9 Spring Hill Police Department’s newest k9 is Loki, a two-year-old Malinois and Shepherd mix from Olseno, Poland. Initially, Loki was purchased by the


Briefly Noted: NPR report highlights racial housing covenant still on books in Prairie Village

NPR highlights racially restrictive covenant still on books with Prairie Village Homeowners Association A new NPR report highlights racially restrictive provisions still on the books of the Prairie Village Homeowners

NPR highlights racially restrictive covenant still on books with Prairie Village Homeowners Association A new NPR report highlights racially restrictive provisions still on the books of the Prairie Village Homeowners


Briefly Noted: Leawood City Hall celebrates annual holiday lighting ceremony

Leawood City Hall celebrates annual holiday lighting ceremony Mayor Peggy Dunn, members of the Leawood City Council and the surrounding community celebrated the city’s annual holiday lighting ceremony Monday evening.

Leawood City Hall celebrates annual holiday lighting ceremony Mayor Peggy Dunn, members of the Leawood City Council and the surrounding community celebrated the city’s annual holiday lighting ceremony Monday evening.


Briefly Noted: Tickets available for Friends of JCDS annual holiday tree raffle

Tickets available for Friends of JCDS annual holiday tree raffle Tickets are still available for the Friends of JCDS’ annual Holiday Tree Raffle. The nonprofit, which builds and restores affordable,

Tickets available for Friends of JCDS annual holiday tree raffle Tickets are still available for the Friends of JCDS’ annual Holiday Tree Raffle. The nonprofit, which builds and restores affordable,