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Today is baking Friday at SMSD’s Broadmoor Technical Center

By Alexis | Co-Editor

Culinary Arts students will fire up the ovens again this week in preparation for the next Broadmoor Baking Friday. Jan. 11 will be the first Baking Friday of 2013. Cookies, breads, and other baked goods will be on sale starting at 2:30 at Broadmoor Technical Center, 6701 W. 83rd St. Enjoy choices of pies,... »

Making Christmas brighter for more than 3,600 families at this year’s Johnson County Christmas Bureau

By Alexis | Co-Editor

This year’s Johnson County Christmas Bureau is bigger than ever! They setup shop at the Great Mall of the Great Plains this weekend and will be serving over 3,600 families over the next couple of weeks, Barb McNeile, executive director of the Christmas Bureau, took a few minutes in her busy week to talk... »

Don’t let Thanksgiving go up in flames

By Alexis | Co-Editor

Each year, Americans prepare a whopping 45 million turkeys for the traditional Thanksgiving Day feast. However, for those who decide to center their meal around a fried turkey, there are several potential hazards that families need to keep in mind when using a turkey deep fryer. Turkey fryer hazards: Many units easily tip over,... »

9th Annual Mission Arts & Eats Festival September 14th and 15th, 2012 6200 Martway, Mission, Kansas

By Alexis | Co-Editor

The Mission Arts & Eats Festival is a fun-filled two day event that provides a wide variety of activities and entertainment for the whole family: fine arts and crafts; delicious food; and lively entertainment in a comfortable, relaxed environment that exemplifies the City of Mission! Last year, thousands of people attended Mission’s Arts &... »

Shawnee Mission North’s Lloyd Young IV signs with Highland CC

By Alexis | Co-Editor

Shawnee Mission North High School senior Lloyd Young IV has signed a NJCAA National Letter of Intent to play basketball next season at Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas. Young, a 5-10 point guard, averaged 18.5 points, five rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game his senior year. »