Maria Smith

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Eco Fest: Build a Better Future

By: Maria Smith Eco fest is being held Saturday, May 4th from 10 am – 5 pm. The official place of the fest is the Chipman commons, the shopping center by post coffee. There will be speakers, workshops, and kids activities. There will also be food trucks so be prepared to spend the day talking Read More

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Wellness Walk is Just Around the Corner

By: Maria Smith The second annual Wellness Walk is on Saturday, April 27. Lasting from 8-11 am, the walk promotes suicide prevention and mental health awareness. Students from all three Lee’s Summit schools are encouraged to go, but the meeting place is closest to North, at the corner of Douglas and Tudor. It is encouraged Read More

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Friday Bell Schedule Change

By: Maria Bisby    Due to the basketball game in Springfield, the student body has an altered bell schedule on Friday. Bronco Time, which is usually between third and fourth hour, is going to at the end of the day. They are doing this to reduce the amount of class time that students going to Read More

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Summer School Registration

By: Maria Smith Summer school is a viable option for many students. It is a good way to knock out requirements like P.E., health, and personal finance. There are two, 13 day summer school sessions where you can take your class from 7:30am-12 or you can take it over the whole 26 days from 7-9:20 Read More

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Courtwarming Spirit Week Begins Monday, January 28

By: Maria Smith Courtwarming is almost here. With the Glow themed informal dance following the basketball game next Friday it is traditional to have spirit week. The week starts with “Pajama Day” on Monday. “Neon Day” follows, so make sure to wear your brightest and most obnoxious-colored clothes. Wednesday is “space day” so breakout your Read More

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The Polar Express is Pulling up to Union Station

By: Maria Smith Union Station is a sight to see during the holidays. From a giant tree to the holiday express train, there is a lot to see and do. They are also showing holiday movies throughout the season. The Polar Express is the movie playing December 7 through 18. It only costs three dollars Read More

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Bronco Basketball Season is Underway

By: Maria Smith Basketball season is starting. Tryouts started this week with a flurry of dribbling and free throws. Along with needing to prove that they are good enough to be on the team, the potential girls basketball players also need to have their teachers fill out a sheet about their in class behavior to Read More

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The Kansas City Ballet Leaps into the Oz

By: Maria Smith    Take a trip to Emerald City with the Kansas City Ballet’s production of The Wizard of Oz. It is running this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday now through the 21st at the Kauffman Performing Arts Center. It was created by Septime Webre, the same person who created the show Alice (In Read More

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Be Prepared to be Scared: Worlds of Fun the Haunt Returns

By: Maria Smith The notorious Haunt is back for another season at Worlds of Fun. The Halloween inspired event goes from now through October 28 running every Friday and Saturday night. With everything from mazes, and haunted houses to performance shows like Haunted Homecoming, there is something there for everyone. During the day the park Read More

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Man Stabbed in Lees Summit

By Maria Smith   The tragic road rage victim of Saturday night has died. Cody M. Harter was a 23 year old Missouri Air National Guard member. He was driving on 291, when the vehicle in front of him stopped. They both got out and started to argue, the other man pulled out a knife and Read More

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