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Missouri Department of Transportation was recognized for it's Buckle Up Phone Down campaign by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials for public involvement, according to a MoDOT newsletter.

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LIBERTY — During the fall clean-up week starting Monday, Oct. 22, Liberty residents who use the trash service can get rid of excess trash, furniture, minor maintenance materials and carpet. Residents can place items at the curb or roadway on their regular trash day. With the exception of lar…

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In a movie that must have been inspired by the widely rumored loyalty pledge demanded of our former FBI director by our current president, bleeding-heart liberals and far right wing conspiracy theorists clash over signing a similar presidential “Oath" in a not-so-alternative-reality holiday …

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KANSAS CITY — Clay County Family Court Deputy Juvenile Officer Tracey Mauna-Ridle, who works all over the county, had a whole year to grow stronger. She’s worked on her boxing and her cardio, so this year’s annual Guns N’ Hoses event will be even more memorable on Saturday, Oct. 27.

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KEARNEY — City residents will be given the opportunity to dispose of items too large or heavy for the normal trash service during the bulky item collection at their residences Saturday, Oct. 20. Regular household trash will not be accepted. Storefront businesses are not included.

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LIBERTY — On Monday evening, Oct. 8, Bill Taylor, who has served on many planning committees which have brought significant changes to the city of Liberty, received his official 2018 Civic Leadership Award plaque and recognition from the council. Taylor’s wife Mitch stood beside him, beaming…

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SMITHVILLE — Martha Parks embodied the title of public servant. Remembered by her children as someone who was always there for others and giving of herself, the community of Smithville will always remember the impact she had.

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LIBERTY — Liberty Public Schools Director of Assessment Christopher Hand said the district is promoting registration for Advance Placement exams earlier than ever, "to give our families the most notice possible." He said it promotes the idea of taking the test to students who may not have ot…

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Grace Ericsson of Liberty North High School was named a finalist in the National Scholastic Press Association competition for Photo of the Year. The image she submitted is of the Cat in the Hat from the school's production of "Seussical the Musical." The top-five finalists in the country wil…

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Mary Ponder, 64, of Kansas City, MO passed away on October 14,…

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Ted Ivar Nelson, 87, of Liberty, MO, passed away October 14, 2…

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