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The Raymore City Council pushed their regular meeting back by one day last week, due to Veterans Day, and met on Tuesday, November 12. The meeting began with the presentation of two proclamations. First, Mayor Peter Kerckhoff recognized November as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and presented the proclamation to Mark and Martha Hurst. Mark Hurst, […]
With last Saturday serving as the kick-off for Missouri’s 2013 deer season for firearms, several men, women, and children are enjoying quality time in the woods searching for the proverbial “thirty-point buck.” Deer, however, represent a mere fraction of the game available for hunting in Missouri. In fact, on the Missouri Department of Conservation website, […]
The Raymore-Peculiar High School fall sports season has ended. Eight — yes, eight — different sports comprise the fall term. Football, softball, volleyball, boys’ soccer, girls’ tennis, girls’ golf, boys’ swimming, and cross country all occupy the first months of the school year and covering each of the teams is quite a challenge for The […]
On November 5, Raymore Parks and Recreation hosted their second community meeting regarding plans for Hawk Ridge Park, which is to be located on a 79-acre lot north of Price Chopper, around the 12-acre lake that already exists there. The meeting was held at the Community Bank of Raymore and was open to Raymore residents, […]
The Raymore City Council met for a work session on Monday night to discuss two agenda items: the Owen Good force main project, and the amendment of councilmember terms. Part of the fiscal year 2013 budget allowed for a study regarding the hydrogen sulfide discharge from the Owen Good force main. The main’s length causes […]