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LIBERTY — The cities of Liberty, Kansas City and the Missouri Department of Transportation will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 26, to help celebrate the completion of a new dual bridge, located at Missouri Highway 152 and Interstate 35.

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When the estranged son from a wealthy gaming dynasty returns to the family mansion with his new bride (Samara Weaving from “Three Billboards Over Ebbing, Missouri”), a family tradition (in as much as pacts with the devil can be called that) of playing a deadly game of hide and seek at midnig…

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LIBERTY — On Monday, Aug. 12, the Liberty City Council approved an ordinance for a contract with Astroturf Corporation for the conversion of the natural grass baseball and softball fields to synthetic turf at Fountain Bluff Sports Complex, located 2200 Old Missouri Highway 210. The change wi…

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CLAY COUNTY — After years of planning and removal of an older, dilapidated restaurant structure in 2017, Smithville Lake again has a shoreline restaurant at Paradise Pointe Marina, located off NE 180th Street in Smithville.

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SMITHVILLE — The North American Trail Ride Conference will return to Clay County Friday to Sunday, Aug. 23 to 25. The Jesse James Rideout competitive trail ride will take place at Smithville Lake. The event goals are to increase awareness about NATRC and to showcase equine camping facilities…

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When Joe Biden says he's running for president, he means it literally. He likes to be seen jogging around at his various campaign events. Obviously, that's his way of showing that at 76, he's not too old for the grueling physical and mental challenges of being POTUS. But it does raise a question: Is he aware that the bigger problem is his running off at the mouth?