Since The Examiner began its series celebrating the history of St. Mary’s High School in the Eastern Jackson County, readers have been sending in their memories of the high school.
Some were short and others were long, but thing remained the same, how much of an impact the Catholic high school had on their lives and who they ultimately became. Below are some of those memories that were shared.
Sharon Cole, the activities director at the Blue Springs Freshman Center, was serving as the public address announcer at last Saturday’s Class 3 and 4 sectional track and field meet at Blue Springs High School.
I returned home yesterday from the Boy Scouts of America’s national meeting in Dallas.
It was a historic week for the world’s largest youth-serving organization. On Thursday, voting delegates decided to change BSA’s position on homosexuality and welcome boys who are gay.
Watch for these stories in print in The Examiner.
ST. MARY’S SALUTE As the final bell nears for St. Mary’s High School, The Examiner will look at highlights of the school’s past, present and future.
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The deal sounds pretty good.
For an application fee of $38, I can join roughly 80,000 people from around the world in a chance to fly to Mars. It costs more than $200 to fly to Chicago, and that’s just in Illinois. Mars is at least twice that far.
Two teams that are in search of state hardware got off to a good start at the Missouri Class 4 State Track and Field Championships Friday.
Blue Springs High School girls track coach Jennifer Reed went to the Missouri Class 4 State Track and Field Championships at Lincoln University with a game plan.
Awareness and preparation are the first, best line of defense against tornadoes, local emergency managers say.
What’s the first step? Two officials offered parallel answers.