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Posted at 6:57 AM

Genia Lovett has joined The Examiner as interim publisher.Lovett, who is originally from Ohio, worked for Gannett in Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin over the past 34 years in news, advertising and as a publisher.“I'm very pleased to have Genia working with our team at The Examiner,” said Patrick Peregrin, the regional vice president of publishing for the Community West division of GateHouse Media. ”Genia brings a lot of enthusiasm, energy and experience that...

Posted at 6:51 AM

It was a stormy day in 1867 when a posse of 10 vigilantes from Jackson County searched for a member of the infamous James Gang, outlaws who committed robberies throughout Missouri in the years after the Civil War.This particular gang...

Posted at 6:24 AM

How fast are you with a paint brush? You could win a prize Thursday on the Independence Square in the Jackson County "Quick Paint" contest.It's not too late to enter. Artist check-in is at 4 p.m. The two-hour contest starts at...

Posted at 6:00 AM

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL4 p.m. — Belton at Lee’s Summit North4 p.m. — Truman at Raymore-Peculiar4:30 p.m. — Blue Springs South at...

Posted at 5:19 AM

It’s October, and it’s that time of year.The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, on its website, is to the point: “The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine every year. Everyone 6...

Updated at 2:51 AM

Our local high school sends home a daily email( an email Monday-Friday) which contains the daily announcements from the schools my three teens attend.  Last week, the high school’s library listed  one book each day that had been banned...

Updated at 1:49 AM

The idea floats in softly at first, like a feather carried on the wind. I could write about loving my neighbor – could join thousands of other writers and bloggers who craft articles each of the 31 days of October. And then I laugh just enough to...

Updated at 1:45 AM

With one swing of the bat, Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez salvaged the playoff hopes of his never-say-die teammates, a long suffering organization and 40,502 fans who never left their feet Tuesday night.His hit in the bottom of...

Updated at 1:42 AM

First, William Chrisman’s volleyball team faced too big of a deficit to overcome late in the set. Then, the Bears lost a lead too late for a reclamation.In each case, visiting North Kansas City took the set 25-22 to leave town...

Updated at 1:41 AM

Repeating as Suburban Big Six conference champions is nice.But Blue Springs softball coach Roger Lower wants his Wildcats to keep looking forward after routing the visiting Lee’s Summit North Broncos 9-0 Tuesday to clinch the...

Updated at 1:40 AM

Blue Springs bounced back from a rough first set at Lee’s Summit and posted a 13-25, 25-19, 25-15 Suburban Big Six victory Tuesday.Alicia Starr’s 12 kills, Brooke Reed’s seven kills and Ellie Tucker’s 13 assists...

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