Down to earth, literally a meat and potatoes kind of guy, Austin Petersen, a 1999 graduate of Ray-Pec, will officially announce his run for the Presidency of the United States tonight on John Stossel’s program that will air at 7 PM on Fox Business news. Petersen, who will run on the Libertarian ticket, took time…
Eight people died in traffic crashes during the 2015 Labor Day holiday weekend. Last year, there were six fatalities. The 2015 counting period for the Labor Day holiday ran from 6 p.m., Friday, September 4, through 11:59 p.m., Monday, September 7, 2015. During this period, the Patrol investigated 348 traffic crashes, which included 167 injuries…
The Peculiar Board of Alderman meeting began with the reappointment of Paul Cannova, Scott G. Reener, and Rick Schopfer to the Police advisory board. The biggest item and the only one up for a second reading was the fuel tax ordinance. It passed unanimously and the voters of Peculiar will once again see this issue,…
C.A.N – Caring About Nutrition (C.A.N.) Food Pantry is in need of items for the upcoming school year.
The Raymore Journal is making a retraction statement concerning an article published last week about The Frog Pond, a local bar in Peculiar.
Cass County will begin construction on phase 2 of the School Road repair project beginning Aug. 4. The phase is expected to take approximately four months.
The City of Raymore will be participating in the back to school no sales tax weekend this year, which runs from Friday Aug. 7 to Sunday Aug. 9. A select amount of items and maximum values are included in the event.
The Peculiar Board of Aldermen are trying for a fourth time to place a fuel tax question on the election ballot. The issue has met much criticism and controversy, and has failed three times at the polls.
Miller Pipeline, a natural gas distribution pipeline and utility contractor will be having a hiring event at the Drury Inn & Suites in Independence July 23-25. Candidates with underground utility or gas construction experience are preferred.
Kanakuk Kampout! came to Raymore last week, and hosted nearly 100 kids during their weeklong camp. Kanakuk camps has been operating since 1926, and focuses on teaching kids about Christianity through day camp activities.
The Raymore City Council officially established the City Arts Commission into City Code at their meeting on Monday night, among other items. The Council also heard three public hearings.