LIBERTY — A free, family event will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, June 11, at the Pharis Farm, 20611 Missouri Highway EE in Liberty.
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Social distancing and quarantine along with the unexpected stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic brought dramatic changes to people’s mental and physical health. Reduced social interaction left people feeling isolated, fearful and lonely.
LIBERTY — In May, missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints cleaned up and landscaped the historic home where Alexander Doniphan stayed during the Civil War. Located at 438 Moss St. in Liberty, the property is currently owned by community service leader Clay Lozier.
For the past 31 years, members of Kansas City Northland Elks Lodge, 7010 N. Cherry, Gladstone, have sponsored a scholarship breakfast with all proceeds from the “all you can eat breakfast” being used for student scholarships. The cost for the breakfast for children and adults is only $5. The…
To encourage everyone to take small steps for sun safety, the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention and its national member coalition of over 40 organizations want to encourage sun safety awareness and remind everyone to protect their skin while enjoying the outdoors.
The Northland Shepherd's Center's fundraiser Jazzin’ in June will be held online again this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1 and 2, is a chance to preview auction items including sports memorabilia, restaurant gift cards, entertainment possib…
LIBERTY — In many ways, the connectivity among newly-awarded Eagle Scout David Stark, the late Cameron Leeds, and Leeds’ mother Janet is a bit awe-inspiring and, perhaps, serendipitous.
CLAY COUNTY — For the Clay County Museum's May webinar, at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 13, Kathleen Bird will present a virtual program on her book, "Two Shots By A Stranger." Bird used her criminal justice background to provide an analysis of a cold case in local history.
Throughout the month of May, Hy-Vee’s team of registered dietitians are celebrating National Physical Fitness and Sports Month by hosting free virtual events — including store tours, virtual seminars and live question and answer sessions — to provide education about ways to shop, exercise and snack to help support an active lifestyle.
“We unite with my grandmother, mom Melba Keefer and aunt Melinda Collins,” Smith said. “It doesn’t seem like a decade has gone by.”
Love INC of Clay County and the Liberty Kiwanis Club are holding a Mom’s Day Baby Shower from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 8 at the Liberty Hy-Vee, 109 N. Blue Jay Drive. The event is designed to help area families in need.
LIBERTY — To accommodate a growing need for comprehensive breast care in Kansas City’s Northland and northwest Missouri, Liberty Hospital plans to open a larger, state-of-the-art Breast Care Center on the second floor of its Medical Plaza East building on June 15. Located two floors above th…
University of Missouri Extension is partnering with the Missouri Department of Agriculture to help older adults access fresh, local foods this summer. Through the MDA’s Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program, MU Extension will help distribute vouchers to income-eligible people age 60 and o…