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High school sports teams hit mid-season stride

Despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit most of America and postponed numerous events and activities, the Cass County high school fall sports teams continue their march to normalcy and are at the mid-point of the 2020 fall season.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Oct. 1 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Cass County offers free COVID-19 tests

CASS COUNTY, MO – Since July, the Cass County Health Department has been offering free COVID-19 testing to county residents who have had an exposure to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 or has been experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

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Sheriff’s office looking into officer involved shooting

Cass Co – The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating an officer involved shooting after two officers with the Peculiar Police Department were shot Saturday night responding to a call of an armed subject on the SE Outer Road near S. Hedgewood Hills Road.

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Inclusiveness describes dance group offered here in Belton

“Empowerment” and “inclusiveness” are two soothing words we all need to hear during the volatile climate currently enveloping our psyche. A heartwarming and inspiring dance company embodies those words, and it is based right here in the Belton/Raymore area.

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Ray-Pec, Belton gridders stay perfect, Wildcats fall

Cass County high school football teams suffered their first loss of the season last week, as Harrisonville suffered its first loss of the season, while Raymore-Peculiar and Belton each remained undefeated on the season.

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Raymore police capt. Jim Wilson receives distinguished service medal

At the City Council meeting on Sept. 14, Raymore Police Chief Jan Zimmerman presented Capt. Jim Wilson with the Distinguished Service Medal for his actions during an encounter with a suicidal man earlier this year.

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Ray-Pec has 2020 homecoming

The 2020 homecoming candidates were nominated by their peers to become representatives for their grade. After being nominated “Class Candidate”, Ray-Pec students then voted to determine the winner for each grade. Male candidates were announced prior to the game and female candidates were announced during halftime- Immediately followed by the announcement of the winner from each grade. This year’s Homecoming queen crown was donated by Noe’s Jewelry.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 24 edition of the Raymore Journal.