Service as a Way of Life

Imagine being plucked out of your quiet, mundane life; taught a valuable skill; and then shipped off to another part of the world. That was the reality for the next three men who shared their stories about their military service in this third article in the series from Carnegie Village. Thomas Corrigan was a kid…

New Party, Same Ideals

  After the excitement of his July 4th announcement to run for the United States Senate, Austin Petersen took a few moments to answer some questions regarding his party switch, his campaign, and his goals. First on everyone’s mind who know anything at all about Petersen was why the switch to the Republican Party? Having…

Peculiar Police Department Joins National Fourth (4th)of July Holiday Crackdown To Reduce Drunk Driving Fatalities

Peculiar, Missouri – Local police will be out in full force as part of the annual nationwide Fourth (4th) of July Holiday “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” substance–impaired driving crackdown. The crackdown, which will include high-visibility enforcement throughout the City of Peculiar, will run from June 30-July 4, 2017. The effective nationwide substance–impaired driving…

Giving Back to Those Who Served

Carnegie Village in Belton has been proud of its residents from the moment they opened their doors in 2003. Veterans have held a special place in the hearts of the staff who immediately began to organize a hall to show respect to those who served. The Wall of Honor was born. Every resident who had…

Show Me Auto Mall North Welcomed to Belton

Last week Belton welcomed a new business to a long vacant spot along 58 Hwy. Show Me Auto Mall North opened their doors for business recently and the response from the community has been tremendous with more than 40 vehicles sold in the first weeks of business. With more than 25,000 cars a day passing…

Legendary Athletes Show Belton Some Love

Last week the Belton High School baseball field had the privilege of seeing baseball greats Frank White, John Mayberry, and Dennis Leonard play. It was an amazing fundraiser for the Belton Chamber of Commerce called Bats, Balls, and Brews. In the giving nature of the Chamber, an additional $500 was raised in raffle ticket sales…

Suspect Charged in Church Burglary 

CASS CO – On May 30, 2017 deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office investigated a burglary at the Pathway Church of Raymore on South Madison St. During that investigation surveillance photos showed a male subject inside and around the church. In an effort to help identify the suspect the Cass County Sheriff’s Office posted…