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    Gene Rhodes

    Gene Rhodes, 80, former mayor of Lee’s Summit, passed away on Sept.13, 2014. He was born to Sam and Eva Rhodes on Nov. 7, 1933 in Kansas City, Mo. He married the love of his life Janet Jones in 1962 and they had two sons. Bruce and wife Carol gave them four grandchildren; Payton, Brianna, ...


    Christopher Douglas Chilcutt

    Christopher Douglas Chilcutt age 31, life long Lee’s Summit resident, passed away, September 12, 2014 while surrounded by family and friends. He has been assigned to a star in the Heavens to help us all remember that life is about loving, laughter and sharing with family and friends.


    Deborah J. Geritz

    Deborah Jane Geritz, 53, of Jefferson City, passed away Sept. 12, 2014 at her home after a decade long battle with cancer.


    Gwendolyn Shoot

    Gwendolyn Shoot, 89 of Lee’s Summit, passed away on Sept. 12, 2014. Visitation and funeral were held on, Sept. 16, at Langsford Funeral Home in Lee’s Summit. Burial was in Floral Hills East Cemetery.


    New app for hunters

    The Missouri Department of Conservation now offers hunters, anglers and trappers a free mobile application for both Android and Apple mobile devices.


    Memorial bowling tournament Oct. 12

    The John B. Morgan Memorial Bowling Tournament will be held from 3-5 p.m. Oct. 12 at Summit Lanes, 803 SW Oldham Parkway in Lee’s Summit.


    “What is truth?”

    Pilate posed this question in John 18:38 while Jesus stood before him, accused by the Jews for crimes demanding death. The irony of the question is that Pilate’s role in this scenario was to determine the truth of the matter based upon the facts presented to him. Although Pilate’s ...


    We must have a change

    It would seem every direction we look there is unrest and turmoil in our cities and abroad in the earth. The majority of the news is filled with tragedy and upheaval. Whether it’s racial tension in our cities, misuse of power in the government or terrorist activity in different parts of the...



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    Critical food violations found by the health department

    1672 NW Chipman Rd.

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