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First in Print: Thursday, June 23, 2011




“Neighborhood organizations keep dwindling,” the Independence Plan for Neighborhood Councils was once nationally recognized, but participation is down and only three groups remain active today.

“Progress on big issues continues,” Adrianne DeWeese's mid-year look at big news stories out of the city of Independence.

“Cats hope to trade drama for state,” Blue Springs girls basketball team trying to overcome contentious year by making state run.