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Letter from Ray-Pec’s new superintendent, Mike Slagle

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Mike Slagle, and I am extremely happy to be your new Ray-Pec superintendent of schools as of today, July 1. I come to you after having spent the first 26 years of my education career in Johnson County on the Kansas side, and I have appreciated getting to know the Ray-Pec community. My wife and I recently moved into the Ray-Pec School District, and we feel very welcomed into this community. I look forward to working with an outstanding team in serving our students.

To read full letter PLEASE buy the July 9 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Harrisonville has in-person graduation

Harrisonville High School presented diplomas to seniors at commencement exercises on Friday, June 26. The Class of 2020 graduation included the Pledge of Allegiance led by Class President Madison Hoffman, the National Anthem by Rebekah Bartlett, and a student address by Hoffman.

To read full story PLEASE buy the July 9 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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4th of July celebrations still happening

While the COVID-19 pandemic which the world is currently battling has canceled many 4th of July celebrations across the country, including Raymore’s Spirit Of Pride annual celebration, which has been rescheduled to be conducted September 11. Many citizens across the country, including in Raymore, were still in the spirit to celebrate the birthday of the United States by conducting individual parties and get-to-gethers with fireworks and enjoying the company of fellow American’s during the summer of 2020.

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Fireworks can be shot off in Raymore until July 4

Fireworks vendors with permits from the City are allowed to sell consumer fireworks until July 4.
Fireworks are permitted to be discharged between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. July 1, 2 and 3, and from 10 a.m. to midnight on July 4.

To read full story PLEASE buy the July 2 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Ray-Pec finishes in top 40 at National Speech & Debate tourney

Ray-Pec High School finished in the Top 40 in the nation from more than 1,000 participating schools at the National Speech and Debate Tournament. This year, the tournament was held in a virtual format with students submitting recorded performances.

To read full story PLEASE buy the July 2 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Belton City Council approves NorthPoint apartment project

BELTON – The Belton City Council approved NorthPoint Development’s $44 million redevelopment of a long-vacant site at 163rd St. and Turner Rd. into the six-building, four-story, luxury 322-unit NorthPoint Apartments complex. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2021.

To read full story PLEASE buy the July 2 edition of the Raymore Journal.