January 21, 2021

Raymore denies fireworks request

Kicking off the first meeting of the year, the Raymore city council discussed several items on Jan. 11, including denying a United States Department of Agriculture agency the use of fireworks to get rid of birds causing issues at a local business.

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Raymore police receives donation check for SAFE

Chief Jan Zimmerman received a donation check from the Community Bank of Raymore on behalf of SAFE.
City Hall is open to the public by appointment only. Residents are urged to conduct City Hall business by phone or online at raymore.com.

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Ray-Pec to offer free meals for all students through school year

The USDA recently announced an extension of a waiver allowing for the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) program to be extended through the end of the school year.
This waiver will allow the Ray-Pec Child Nutrition Department to continue to provide completely FREE breakfast and lunch meals to all children up to age 18 residing within the district.

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Ray-Pec struggles through winless week in each winter sport

While the Raymore-Peculiar High School sports program came up strong in multiple sports during 2020, the new year has not treated the Panthers and Lady Panthers very well so far.

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Cass Community Health Foundation expands scholarships

BELTON – Scholarships for students in Cass County and the surrounding area who are pursuing a nursing or health related degree can now apply for scholarships through Cass Community Health Foundation (CCHF).

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