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Burr Oak Woods Conservation Nature Center at 1401 N.W. Park Road in Blue Springs is offering the following programs in May. All activities are free, but registration is required, unless otherwise noted. Call 816-228-3766. For more information, email burr.oak@mdc.mo.gov.• What's for Dinner, 3 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Discover what's for dinner at Burr Oak Woods as the captive amphibians, fish and turtles enjoy their feast. The snakes will be fed May 1, 15...

Posted at 7:30 AM

April is Celery Month and it is time to celebrate. Celery may be an afterthought in the produce aisle but it is a simple and inexpensive vegetable to add to your daily meal plan. This low-calorie vegetable is a good source of Vitamin C and...

Posted at 7:22 AM

What’s your favorite thing about spring? Is it waking up to birds chirping outside your window? Is it seeing all the flowers blooming and trees turning green again? Or is it the extra hours of daylight to enjoy the nice weather? When...

Posted at 6:02 AM

Lake Tapawingo’s mayor says the city has been unfairly singled out for writing too many traffic tickets.“We run speed like everyone else does,” said Mayor Rocky Queen, a former police officer.A bill sitting on...

Posted at 5:15 AM

There are events where the name Doug Watts, former Blue Springs marching band director whose accomplishments include appearances at three Rose Bowls and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, carries a high premium.Sunday evening was...

Updated at 1:04 AM

An Independence man is dead after crashing his skateboard over the weekend just weeks before he was to graduate from college.The Warrensburg Daily Star-Journal reported 26-year-old Dylan Austin of Independence was riding his skateboard at...

Posted at 1:01 AM

TIP OF THE WEEKIf the idea of longer, warmer days has you reaching for the tongs, itís time to get your grilling game on before the season is in full swing.

Updated at 12:38 AM

Blue Springs South golf coach Ted Linke has been looking for the type of round he got from his boys team Monday at the Suburban Big Six Championships.No Jaguar had a crazy-low round at Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs, but all five...

Updated at 12:37 AM

Fort Osage baseball coach Chris Walker and 5-year-old Frank Raines have something in common.They both like watching Jamison Raines pitch.Raines restored some order Monday night in an error-plagued game by throwing a scoreless...

Updated at 12:36 AM

When Tyler Currier read the Missouri Mavericks schedule for the upcoming season, the native of Anchorage, Alaska, quipped, “I might as well just stay home and save the team money on a flight.”That’s because the...

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