Joe Piccinini’s Halloween retirement surprise as Lee’s Summit’s chief of police set lots of things in motion over at City Hall.
I suppose everyone’s list of “things to be thankful for” changes drastically every year.
This just in President Barack Obama isn’t polling well. That’s a first for him.
As I sit and listen to the fascinating “where were you” stories that have surrounded me about the assassination of John F. Kennedy these past few weeks, I’m often reminded that I am not old enough to share those memories.
I had a handful of readers ask me recently about some of the negative tones coming out around Lee’s Summit lately in regards to city projects, economic development or just life in general.
It appears as though it is time to loosen and lengthen the leash on the Lee’s Summit
Apparently they are splitting atoms over there in Lake Lotawana.
In the 1980s you could rent a video just about anywhere.
It’s a rare thing in a town this size to have such public access and honesty from the police chief.
We seemingly have this discussion once a year.
There seems to be a lot of rhetoric and rally cries lately about who may be bold enough to take on Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads for his office come April.
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