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Briefly Noted: WCA reschedules Mission Friday pick-ups to Dec. 26; Kansas City Eye Clinic breaks ground on new OP surgery center

WCA reschedules Mission, Fairway Friday pick-ups to Dec. 26 Some Shawnee Mission residents with a Friday trash collection day will be serviced on Saturday, Dec. 26 this week. WCA —

WCA reschedules Mission, Fairway Friday pick-ups to Dec. 26 Some Shawnee Mission residents with a Friday trash collection day will be serviced on Saturday, Dec. 26 this week. WCA —


Briefly Noted: 7 incoming women state reps call for Rep.-elect Aaron Coleman’s resignation; NWSL announces roster for Kansas City team

Incoming state reps call for resignation of Rep.-elect Aaron Coleman, D-Kansas City Seven elected female state representatives are calling for the resignation of Rep.-elect Aaron Coleman, a 20-year-old Democrat representing

Incoming state reps call for resignation of Rep.-elect Aaron Coleman, D-Kansas City Seven elected female state representatives are calling for the resignation of Rep.-elect Aaron Coleman, a 20-year-old Democrat representing


Briefly Noted: AdventHealth Shawnee Mission vaccinates 1,500 employees; Holiday schedule for COVID-19 testing in JoCo

AdventHealth Shawnee Mission vaccinates 1,500 employees AdventHealth Shawnee Mission on Wednesday received 1,900 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. As of Sunday, the hospital had 1,500 employees vaccinated. The first

AdventHealth Shawnee Mission vaccinates 1,500 employees AdventHealth Shawnee Mission on Wednesday received 1,900 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. As of Sunday, the hospital had 1,500 employees vaccinated. The first


Briefly Noted: Lenexa to revisit Watercrest South, Copper Creek project Jan. 19; Roeland Park installs 2 totem pole sculptures at Cooper Creek Park

Lenexa to revisit Watercrest South and Copper Creek Apartments project in January The Lenexa City Council on Tuesday unanimously agreed to revisit consideration of development plans for Watercrest South and

Lenexa to revisit Watercrest South and Copper Creek Apartments project in January The Lenexa City Council on Tuesday unanimously agreed to revisit consideration of development plans for Watercrest South and



Briefly Noted: Faith Always Wins launches 30 Days of Kindness this month; Wednesday last day to donate to Rose Brooks holiday store

Faith Always Wins launches 30 Days of Kindness this month The Faith Always Wins Foundation launched its 30 Days of Kindness initiative last week to encourage the community to do

Faith Always Wins launches 30 Days of Kindness this month The Faith Always Wins Foundation launched its 30 Days of Kindness initiative last week to encourage the community to do



Briefly Noted: U.S. Supreme Court rejects lawsuit backed by Rep. Marshall, Kansas attorney general to overturn presidential election results

U.S. Supreme Court rejects lawsuit backed by Sen. Marshall, Kansas attorney general that tried to overturn election results The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a Texas lawsuit that tried to

U.S. Supreme Court rejects lawsuit backed by Sen. Marshall, Kansas attorney general that tried to overturn election results The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a Texas lawsuit that tried to


Briefly Noted: Local seamstress stitches winter hats to Shawnee PD to donate; Fairway’s KC Family Dental installs nine-foot singing Christmas tree trio

Local seamstress stitches winter hats to Shawnee PD to donate A local seamstress hand-knit several winter hats and delivered them to the Shawnee Police Department. The police will distribute the

Local seamstress stitches winter hats to Shawnee PD to donate A local seamstress hand-knit several winter hats and delivered them to the Shawnee Police Department. The police will distribute the



Briefly Noted: OP police officer receives award for bomb threat assistance; Roeland Park seeks resident help to achieve 30% glass recycling rate

Overland Park police officer receives award for bomb threat assistance in Leavenworth Overland Park police officer Gavin Hall was recently awarded for his assistance with a bomb threat in Fort

Overland Park police officer receives award for bomb threat assistance in Leavenworth Overland Park police officer Gavin Hall was recently awarded for his assistance with a bomb threat in Fort


Briefly Noted: Lenexa seniors join drive-thru holiday banquet; Jewish Family Services providing gifts for 350+ families for Hanukkah

Lenexa seniors join drive-thru holiday banquet The city of Lenexa teamed up with local retirement communities to host the city’s popular Lenexa Senior Holiday Banquet on Monday afternoon. Because of

Lenexa seniors join drive-thru holiday banquet The city of Lenexa teamed up with local retirement communities to host the city’s popular Lenexa Senior Holiday Banquet on Monday afternoon. Because of


Briefly Noted: Lucy’s Kids for Peace, Sporting KC team up for The Great Toy Giveaway; Mission to host virtual Pearl Harbor memorial event Dec. 7

Lucy’s Kids for Peace, Sporting KC team up for The Great Toy Giveaway The Shawnee chapter of Lucy’s Kids for Peace and Sporting KC teamed up on Giving Tuesday Dec.

Lucy’s Kids for Peace, Sporting KC team up for The Great Toy Giveaway The Shawnee chapter of Lucy’s Kids for Peace and Sporting KC teamed up on Giving Tuesday Dec.


Briefly Noted: Rep. Davids calls for new package passage; Westwood Hills leaf removal to take place Dec. 6

As COVID-19 relief programs remain at-risk, Rep. Davids calls for new package passage Although COVID-19 cases nationwide continue to rise, several coronavirus relief programs including pandemic unemployment assistance are set

As COVID-19 relief programs remain at-risk, Rep. Davids calls for new package passage Although COVID-19 cases nationwide continue to rise, several coronavirus relief programs including pandemic unemployment assistance are set


Briefly Noted: KCK school board moves start of in-person learning to April 2021; Shawnee’s Pflumm Road project nearly complete

KCK school board moves start of in-person learning to April 2021 The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Board of Education voted on Tuesday to move the start of in-person learning

KCK school board moves start of in-person learning to April 2021 The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Board of Education voted on Tuesday to move the start of in-person learning