Cass Co – Around 2:00 pm Thursday, May 27, deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Apprehension Unit attempted to stop a 2006 Jeep on Peculiar Drive south of Peculiar with stolen license plates. To read full story PLEASE buy the June 3 edition of the Raymore Journal.
After at least a full week of gloomy weather, skies were clear and the weather was warm on May 26 as scores of people and several other media outlets gathered together at T.B. Hanna Station for its grand opening. To read full story PLEASE buy the June 3 edition of the Raymore Journal.
The Raymore-Peculiar High School baseball team bounced back from a 2-game losing streak, which concluded its regular season, and put together a 3-game winning streak to win the Class 6, District 7 championship and earn a spot in the 2021 Missouri Class 6 state tournament. To read full story PLEASE buy the May 27 edition…
In partnership with the Cass Regional Medical Center, the Ray-Pec School District announces a clinic on Saturday, May 22, to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to Ray-Pec students ages 12 to 18. Clinic appointments are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at Ray-Pec South Middle School, 20501 S. School Rd., Peculiar. Approximately 400…
BELTON – Cass Community Health Foundation has awarded $53,750 in scholarships to students from the Cass County area pursuing careers in health care. To read the full story PLEASE buy the May 27 edition of the Raymore Journal.
Raymore-Peculiar High School conducting a ceremon on May 14 where 11 of its graduating high school seniors officially signed national letters of intent to continue on competing athleticly at the collegeiate level. To read full story PLEASE buy the May 27 edition of the Raymore Journal.
After a total of more than 10 years serving Raymore residents as a councilmember, Dale Jacobson is stepping down from his position and moving on to the next chapter of his life, leaving behind a city that has experienced significant, positive changes during his time serving the public. To read full story PLEASE buy the…
If what Oscar Wilde said is true, “Success doesn’t rush. The greatest reward is the journey!” the RPHS Graduating 2021 class has had quite a successful journey towards their commencement night! To read full story PLEASE buy the May 27 edition of the Raymore Journal.
Students at McEowen Elementary School were recently recognized for their reading achievement in the Mark Twain Reading Challenge. To read full story PLEASE buy the May 20 edition of the Raymore Journal.
The School Board has approved a name for the new district facility at M-58 Highway and Foxridge Drive. It will now be called the Ray-Pec LEAD Center. LEAD stands for Learning, Experiences, And Discovery. To read full story PLEASE buy the May 20 edition of the Raymore Journal.