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Optimist Club students of the month: Kennedy Kinnick and Bryon Gooding

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Ray-Pec Sunrise Optimist Club students of the month: Kennedy Kinnick and Bryon Gooding By Tyson Fisher Congratulations to Kennedy Kinnick and Bryon Gooding, both Raymore-Peculiar High School seniors, for being recognized as the Ray-Pec Sunrise Optimist Club students of the month. Kinnick is heavily involved with Ray-Pec High School’s theater and choir and programs, including […]

Cass County Sheriff’s Citizens Academy accepting applications

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Cass County Sheriff’s Citizens Academy accepting applications By Raymore Journal staff The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the 2022 Spring Sheriff’s Citizens Academy. The program is an eight-week course that gives citizens an in-depth look and hands on training into the career of law enforcement at the sheriff’s office. Citizens are […]

Cass County high school winter sports season entering midway point

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Trissi Hardin / Raymore Journal Belton High School freshman Amaya Crowder shoots from the free throw line last week in the Lady Pirates’ 48-15 loss against Kansas City North. Cass County high school winter sports season entering midway point By Christian D. Orr, Raymore Journal editor The 2021-22 high school winter sports seasons are past […]

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Cass County high school winter sports season entering midway point

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Trissi Hardin / Raymore Journal Belton High School freshman Amaya Crowder shoots from the free throw line last week in the Lady Pirates’ 48-15 loss against Kansas City North. Cass County high school winter sports season entering midway point By Christian D. Orr, Raymore Journal editor The 2021-22 high school winter sports seasons are past […]

Ray-Pec Basketball at Belton

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Ray-Pec Basketball at Belton By Raymore Journal staff A pair of Cass County high school rivals met up on the basketball court in Belton this past Friday night and neither walked away with an overall advantage as Belton and Raymore-Peculiar shared victories in the boys and girls varsity basketball games. The Ray-Pec Lady Panthers landed […]

No. 8 Kansas roars past Mizzou 102-65 in Border War’s return

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No. 8 Kansas roars past Mizzou 102-65 in Border War’s return By DAVE SKRETTA AP Basketball Writer It took nearly a decade for Kansas and Missouri to renew the Border War. It took about 10 minutes for the Jayhawks to turn it into a border rout. Ochai Agbaji scored 21 points, Christian Braun and Dajuan […]

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Cass County Sheriff’s Citizens Academy accepting applications

Police
Cass County Sheriff’s Citizens Academy accepting applications By Raymore Journal staff The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the 2022 Spring Sheriff’s Citizens Academy. The program is an eight-week course that gives citizens an in-depth look and hands on training into the career of law enforcement at the sheriff’s office. Citizens are […]

Cass County deputies, Belton Police arrest man after pursuit

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Man arrested, stolen vehicle recovered after pursuit in Belton By Raymore Journal staff Around 4:00 p.m. on Jan. 19, deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Apprehension Unit arrested one person in a stolen 2019 Kia Forte near 163rd and Spring Valley Road in Belton following a short vehicle pursuit. Cass County deputies responded […]

KC police investigating two overnight killings

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KC police investigating two overnight killings By Raymore Journal staff Police in Kansas City, Missouri, are investigating two more killings, bringing the yearly total to 154. Police say a man was killed around 11 p.m. Wednesday in an altercation outside of an apartment building on East Linwood. The victim was “cut or otherwise injured,” according […]

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