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SMITHVILLE — The juniors of Girl Scout Troop 1686 wrapped up their Bronze Award toward the end of August as the girls placed books in their new little free library at Eagle Heights Elementary, 18801 Eagle Parkway. The award is the highest a junior can earn and is awarded for a project that m…

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Friday night sports are back in season and so are the chances of an athletic injury. Students who are injured during a Friday night sports event have a Northland option for immediate health care.

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Conservation is a collective responsibility shared by individuals across the globe. Protecting the planet and ensuring its future has never been more important, as various organizations and environmentalists warn that, without immediate action, many of the more harmful effects of climate cha…

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People venture into the great outdoors for many different reasons. The Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act was developed in part to analyze the outdoor recreation economy of the United States. In 2018, its report showed outdoor recreation contributed more than $412 billion to the…

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High school athletes from across the Northland recently made their acting debut in the latest Liberty Hospital Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine commercial that will air widely across the Kansas City metro this fall. To show its appreciation for the students, parents, athletic directors and c…