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CLAY COUNTY — Ahead of the Monday, May 4, expiration of stay-home orders issued by Clay County Public Health Center, Clay County assistant county administrators rolled out their plan for the reopening of county-run facilities and parks. The plan was approved by county commissioners Friday, M…

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CLAY COUNTY — In addition to daily updates on the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county, Clay County Public Health Center is now providing details on case counts by city of residence across the county as well as an interactive map with other related virus details.

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CLAY COUNTY — To help the public have easier and faster access to testing for coronavirus, Clay County Public Health Center began offering drive-thru testing by appointment on Wednesday, April 22. Testing is done in the parking lot on the west side of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, located …

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CLAY COUNTY — Missouri Department of Transportation crews are reducing northbound Interstate 435 between Front Street and Parvin Road to one lane from 7 p.m. until 4 a.m. nightly through Monday, April 6, for bridge deck removal work.

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Beginning Tuesday, March 24, residents of Jackson County, Mo.; Johnson County, Kan.; Kansas City, Mo.; and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan; will be directed to stay at home except for essential needs, according to an announcement from the CORE 4 partners Saturday, March 21.

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LIBERTY — Having rolled out its new Flexible Learning Day model, area districts are reaching out to Liberty Public Schools for resources and ideas to help aid in possible long-term home-based learning due to the coronavirus.

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In an effort to decrease risk among customers and staff during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Mid-Continent Public Library System has taken the following actions, effective immediately and will remain in effect until at least April 15.

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CLAY COUNTY — The Missouri Department of Transportation is set to begin a two-year rehabilitation project on the Interstate 435 bridge over the Missouri River, which straddles Jackson and Clay counties.

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CLAY COUNTY — As news of a housing deal for two of the county’s top paid officials is circulating through the Kansas City metro area, one commissioner is questioning why the housing perk is now making headlines when the contract was executed in 2017.

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CLAY COUNTY — Closing the door on its lengthy legal battle with the sheriff’s office, the Clay County Commission appropriated nearly $1 million to the sheriff’s office during its Monday, Jan. 27 meeting.

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CLAY COUNTY — As the snowfall begins to slow Saturday, Jan. 11, agencies across the Northland are treating roads, including those in Liberty.

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CLAY COUNTY — In 2019, a majority of Clay County commissioners approved appointing a committee to investigate whether county residents would be in favor of changing to a constitution or charter form of government. The committee of 12 members was appointed with each of the three commissioners…

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CLAY COUNTY — Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against Northland landscaping company Four Seasons Lawn & Landscape LLC and its owner, John Cazzell, claiming the company took upfront payments from customers then did not complete the contracted work. Th…

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CLAY COUNTY — More than 50 sealed boxes of 2019 assessment lists are stacked along two walls near the women’s restroom on the first floor of the Clay County Administration Building. People waiting in line to pay their taxes are passing by them.

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CLAY COUNTY — Collector Lydia McEvoy is concerned about people making threats about not paying their property taxes because they are mad at Clay County commissioners, saying those intended to be punished by the action wouldn’t be.

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Two wrecks this week injured five Northlanders, sending people ranging in ages from 1 to 72 to area hospitals with moderate to serious injuries.

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