2019 Year In Review Part III

Editor’s Note : This is the third and final part in a three-part series looking at 2019 in review. This week’s look is at the last four months September, October, November and December of 2019. Last week’s issue looked at the second four months, May, June, July and August of 2019, while two weeks ago…

Orear added to Peculiar, Archie Medical Clincs

Cass Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the appointment of family nurse practitioner Angelena Orear, ARNP, NP-C, to the staff of Peculiar Medical Clinic, located at 300 S. Main Street, Peculiar, Mo. To read full story PLEASE buy the Jan. 9 edition of the Raymore Journal.

2019 Year In Review Part 2

Editor’s Note : This is the second part in a three-part series looking at 2019 in review. This week’s look is at the second four months May, June, July and August of 2019. Last week’s issue looked at the first four months, January, February, March and April of 2019, while next week’s issue, January 9,…

Ray-Pec earns basketball sweep over Belton

The 2019-20 winter sports season had its first Cass County showdown last week when the Belton basketball teams played host to Ray-Pec High School in a basketball doubleheader. The Lady Panthers opened the doubleheader with a 38-31 victory over the Belton girls team. The victory sends the Ray-Pec girls into the Christmas break with a…

2019 in review from a Raymore perspective

Editor’s Note : This is the first part in a three-part series looking at 2019 in review. This week’s look is at the first four months, January, February, March and April of 2019. Next week’s issue, January 2, will look at May, June, July and August while the third week, January 9, will look back…

Ray-Pec’s Tom Kruse to retire

Working at his alma mater was a dream come true. After the Nov. 15 win, Tom Kruse holds the district championship trophy. While attending Northwest Missouri State University, Tom Kruse was assigned to write about what he wanted to do in 10 years. “I stated that I wanted to be back at my high school…

Ray-Pec teacher Debbie Halem passes away

Deborah June Halem a teacger at Ray-Pec High School, passed away Thursday, December 19, 2019, at the age of 66. Halem was born March 22, 1953, grew up in Ruskin Heights, Missouri, before moving to Creighton, Missouri, with her parents and three sisters in 1958. To read full story PLEASE buy the Dec. 26 edition…