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COVID-19 cases hit Ray-Pec schools throughout week

Monday, September 7, the Ray-Pec School District learned of two positive COVID-19 cases. One case involves a teacher at Ray-Pec East Middle School. The other case involves a student at East Middle School. The two cases are unrelated.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 17 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Ray-Pec tops Belton softball 17-0 as fall sports continues in county

The 2020 fall sports seasons continued at the three Cass County High Schools last week, and during the week the action was highlighted by the Ray-Pec softball team, which won its Cass County showdown with Belton 17-0 on Tuesday.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 17 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Projects being noticed around Raymore

Raymore residents may have noticed a lot of development projects in the works. A common question heard around town is “What’s being built there?” Below is a list of projects currently underway around town that may help answer that question.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 17 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Ray-Pec tops Blue Springs, Harrisonville falls, Belton cancelled

Cass County suffered its first loss of the high school football season last week and the county, via Belton High School, suffered its first cancelation due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has put sports at every level into question.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 10 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Raymore’s Hineman completes Missouri Military Academy Cadre Leadership Training

MEXICO, MO (September 2, 2020) – On August 4, 2020, Skyler Hineman from Raymore, Missouri graduated from Missouri Military Academy’s (MMA) Cadre Leadership Camp, which provides an intensive leadership training regimen that hones leadership and team building skills so cadets can effectively serve as leaders in the Missouri Military Academy 132nd Corps of Cadets.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 10 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Ray-Pec hit with multiple COVID-19 infections

On Aug. 30, parents received an email informing them a student at Raymore-Peculiar High School had tested positive for COVID-19. That email was followed by another, and another and yet another informing them of additional students at the high school testing positive. At the time, school had not been in session for even two weeks.

To read full story PLEASE buy the Sept. 10 edition of the Raymore Journal.