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Williams named Finance Director

FROM STAFF REPORTS
City Manager Jim Feuerborn on Monday, November 19 appointed Elisa Williams as Finance Director for the City of Raymore.
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Youth have opportunity for hunter safety

FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Missouri Hunting Heritage Federation, a Missouri not-for-profit dedicated to introduce youth to Missouri’s hunting tradition and the outdoor way of life will hold its 6th Annual Henry County Waterfowl Clinic and Hunt, December 7-9.
To read full story PLEASE purchase November 29 edition of the Raymore Journal

 

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Gas hearing set for February

FROM STAFF REPORTS
JEFFERSON CITY—The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold formal evidentiary hearings in February in a case regarding the propriety of Ameren Missouri’s existing natural gas rates in light of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 which reduced the federal corporate income tax rate from 35% to 21% for businesses, including utilities.
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Missouri natural gas prices to get altered

FROM STAFF REPORTS
JEFFERSON CITY—To reflect estimated changes in the wholesale cost of natural gas as well as a change in the company’s Actual Cost Adjustment (ACA) factor, Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. (Summit Natural Gas) customers will see natural gas rates change under a filing that takes effect on November 19, 2018.
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Raymore greeted by blizzard, winter 2018

By CHRISTIAN D ORR
Journal Editor
Most of the midwest of the United States, including Raymore, were greeted Sunday by Mother Nature in a snowy-white way.
The storm, which reached all the way into Michigan, shut down Kansas City International Airport for a brief time and caused numerous schools in the Kansas City, including most of the schools in the Raymore area,  to cancel classes on Monday.
Raymore began receiving moisture in the form of light rain in the 10 o’clock hour Sunday morning, that turned to snow in the following hour. The snow lasted for two hours before turning to freezing fog, which lasted for the next four hours.
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‘You Matter Ray-Pec’

FROM STAFF REPORTS                                                                                                                                                  

November 1-3 were designated as “You Matter RayPec” Days.

 

*To Read the remainder of the story PLEASE purchase the Nov. 15, 2018 issue of the Raymore Journal.

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Students attend FFA convention

FROM STAFF REPORTS                                                                                                                                                

Harrisonville, MO – Nine members of the Cass Career Center FFA Chapter recently returned from the 91st National FFA Convention, held in Indianapolis, IN October 24th – 27th.  Students attending were Britini Bronson, Caroline Campbell, Brent Craig, Hannah Dinges, Jared Ford, Michelle Marrs, Harley Sipple, Savannah Timmons, and Dylan Young.

 

*To Read the remainder of the story PLEASE purchase the Nov. 15, 2018 issue of the Raymore Journal.

2018 National FFA Convention American Degrees
Courtesey Photo Zach Bolinger and Alexis Taylor of Harrisonville, were awarded the American FFA Degree at the 91st National FFA Convention on Saturday, October 27th. The American Degree is awarded to the top 0.5% of FFA members throughout the nation. Pictured with Zach and Alexis is FFA Advisor Jason Dieckhoff.
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Belton, Ray-Pec faculty host B-Ball scrimmage

By TRISSI HARDIN-TURNER

Journal Reporter                                                                                                                                                               

It’s that time of year, high school basketball, and as  in the past 12 years, the season was kicked off with a game between RayPec faculty and Belton faculty, as a benefit for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

 

*To Read the remainder of the story PLEASE purchase the Nov. 15, 2018 issue of the Raymore Journal.

RayPec Boys Bball Coach Jermain getting his shot blocked by Belton's Boys BBall Coach Hammond
Trissi Hardin-Turner / Raymore Journal RayPec boys basketball’s Coach Jermain gets his shot blocked by Belton’s boys basketball’s Coach Hammond
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Ray-Pec softball places 3rd at state

By CHRISTIAN D ORR

Journal Editor                                                                                                                                                                      

.James Brown was not sure what to expect of his 2018 Ray-Pec softball team at the beginning of the season.

Brown wasn’t sure what to expect because his squad was going to be a group of young players.

 

*To Read the remainder of the story PLEASE purchase the Nov. 15, 2018 issue of the Raymore Journal.

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Courtesy Photo The Ray-Pec High School Lady Panther softball team poses with its 2018 3rd place state tournament trophy it earned this season. The Lady Panthers finished this season with an overall 25-8 record and were 3rd place in Class 4 state.