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Obituaries: October 18, 2018

Edith “Edi” Lynn Arnold Feb. 14, 1961 – Oct. 7, 2018 Edith “Edi” Lynn Arnold, 57, Garden City, died Oct. 7. Memorial services were Oct. 10 at the First Baptist Church, Creighton. Memorial contributions may be made to Rachael House or Door of Hope. Edi was born Feb. 14, 1961, in Columbus, Ohio, the daughter of […]

Community News: October 18, 2018

Tuesdays, through Dec. 11 Learn to code Girls in grades six through 12 are invited to attend these Girls Who Code sessions that are designed to inspire, educate and equip girls with computing skills to pursue 21st century  opportunities. The sessions will meet from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Dec. 11 in the computer […]

Cats claim victory in home finale

The Harrisonville Wildcats had to overcome a lot Friday night in the home finale, but the Cats stuck to it and claimed their second win of the season topping Oak Grove 41-29. It looked early like it was going to be another long night for the Wildcats as two miscues left the team trailing 15-0. […]

Fall is for festivals and lousy weather

As I stood on the sidelines taking pictures of the Harrisonville football game Friday night, I could only think of how enjoyable it would all be if it weren’t cold and rainy. The way the game played out had it been 70 and clear it would have been a terrific Friday night. Then I thought […]

Sheriff launches Criminal Apprehension Unit

By Sheryl Stanley Cass County Sheriff Jeff Weber has a short, but pointed message for those who would break the law and victimize the residents of Cass County.  Criminals, beware! The one-quarter cent sales tax for county law enforcement activities that was passed in 2017 is now providing revenues to help the sheriff’s department fund […]