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Feb 9, 2017

Around Town: Valentine's flowers, Arbor Day trees, Outdoor Learning Trail

The meeting will be 5-7 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Carver High School cafeteria. The public is invited. For further details, contact Ronzell Buckner at 706-442-8044. (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)

Jul 27, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, July 27 through 31

Stanley-Pack American Legion Post 499, 499 S. Missouri 7, Blue Springs. Pull tabs, snack bar and beverages available. Everyone welcome. 229-4990. • Buckner VFW Post 8101 Bingo, 7 p.m., 95 Baker Street, Buckner. There is a $15 cost and a sliding scale for payouts that depends on the number of players. • Al-Anon meeting, 10 a.m., Blue Ridge Trinity Lutheran Church, 5757 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown. Come to lower level back door, there is parking at the back. 353-5446. JULY 28 • Evening Wagon Tour and Santa Fe Gallery Exploration, 6 to 7 p.m., National Frontier Trails Museum, 318 W. Pacific Ave., Independence. Learn about the Santa Fe Trail in this hour-long program that includes a wagon tour to swales (grass covered wagon ruts, weather permitting) and a guided tour of the Santa Fe exhibits in the museum. Cost, $16 for adults, $10 for ages 6 to 17. Advance reservations required, call 325-7575. • Moonlight Movies on the Square: “Frozen,” 9 p.m., Pharaoh Theater parking lot, 114 W. Maple Ave., Independence. Free movies are projected onto the side of the theater. Concession stand is available on site for your movie snacks. 252-8003. • Mighty Mud Volleyball Tournament planned for Aug. 6, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Hidden Valley Park, Blue Springs. Minimum of four games with winners advancing to a play-off round. Cost, $110 per team. Registration deadline: July 28 or the first 30 teams. Call 228-0137 to register. • Pride Amusements Carnival, opens at 6 p.m., Noland Road and U.S. 40 (old Sam's Club parking lot), Independence. Carnival armbands and single tickets are available. There will also be fresh squeezed lemonade, funnel cakes, corn dogs and games. • Nature Story Time: Catch frogs and toads, 10 and 11 a.m., George Owens Nature Park, 1601 S. Speck Road, Independence. Explore nature, make nature crafts and hear great stories. Free. To register, call 325-7115. • Gallery Walk: Life on the Trail, 2 p.m., National Frontier Trails Museum, 318 W. Pacific Ave., Independence. Explore daily routines for members of a wagon train in this 30-minute guided tour. Regular admission applies, $6 for adults; $5 for ages 62 and older; $3 for ages 6 to 17. 325-7575. • Truman Medical Center Healthy Harvest Mobile Market stops, Jackson County Courthouse on the Square, 9 to 10 a.m.; Palmer Center, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., 416 W. Maple Ave.; City Hall, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., 111 W. Maple Ave.; Fairmount Community Center, 2 to 2:30 p.m., 217 Cedar Ave. All in Independence. • Emulsion Lifts: Photography Deconstructed, for adults, 7 p.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Learn how to take these old school photos, lift the emulsion image off the paper, and move it to a new surface to create a unique work of art. Free, but registration is required, call 224-8772. • The Business of Food Trucks: Ask the Experts, for adults, 6:30 p.m., South Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 13700 E. 35th St. Do you have a food truck dream? This is your chance to ask food truck industry experts your questions about making that dream come true, as well as receive valuable expert insights into getting started in the food truck industry. Free, but registration is required, call 461-2050. • Baseball Storytime with Sluggerrr, for all ages, 10 a.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr will make special appearances at Summer Reading Program events all summer long. Free, but registration is required, call 224-8772. • Aesop’s Fables and Other Tales, for all ages, 2 p.m., Blue... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Jun 22, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, June 22 through 26

Stanley-Pack American Legion Post 499, 499 S. Missouri 7, Blue Springs. Pull tabs, snack bar and beverages available. Everyone welcome. 229-4990. • Buckner VFW Post 8101 Bingo, 7 p.m., 95 Baker Street, Buckner. There is a $15 cost and a sliding scale for payouts that depends on the number of players. • Al-Anon meeting, 10 a.m., Blue Ridge Trinity Lutheran Church, 5757 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown. Come to lower level back door, there is parking at the back. 353-5446. • Xi Xi Sigma, 6:30 p.m., gather for the June Call meeting at Islamorada Fish Company at Bass Pro. JUNE 23 • Nature Story Time: Make room for butterflies, 10 and 11 a.m., George Owens Nature Park, 1601 S. Speck Road, Independence. Explore the outdoors, make crafts and listen to great stories. Free. To register, call 325-7115. • Garage Sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Open Arms congregation of Community of Christ, 1021 W. College, Independence. There will be furniture, clothing for all ages, shoes, electronics, decoratives, books, kitchen items and much more. Everything from soup to nuts, including a Squatty Potty. You may donate items from 4 to 6 p.m. June 20-22. For questions, call Terry Buckmaster at 260-3164. • Truman Medical Center Healthy Harvest Mobile Market stops, Jackson County Courthouse on the Square, 9 to 10 a.m.; Palmer Center, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., 416 W. Maple Ave.; City Hall, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., 111 W. Maple Ave.; Fairmount Community Center, 2 to 2:30 p.m., 217 Cedar Ave. All in Independence. • Life on the Trail, 2 p.m., National Frontier Trails Museum, 318 W. Pacific Ave., Independence. Explore daily routines for members of a wagon train in this 30-minute guided tour. Regular admission applies, $6 for adults; $5 for ages 62 and older; $3 for ages 6 to 17. Call 325-7575. • Ladies 80’s Night, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., B&D Skating Rink, 13903 S. Noland Court, Independence. Break out your best 80’s attire: Leg warmers, shoulder pads and teased hair and join in for a totally radical time! Best outfit will win a great prize! This is a free event. For questions, call Cassandra Conard at 841-1853. • Make a T-Shirt Memory Quilt, for adults, 6:30 p.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Learn how to make a keepsake quilt out of your family’s cherished old t-shirts. Over two sessions, you’ll plan your quilt, cut the t-shirts into blocks, and begin sewing them together to make a quilt top that can be hand tied o... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Apr 22, 2016

Bob Glauber's NFL mini-mock draft

At 6-1, 209, Ramsey is fast and physical, just the way Gus Bradley likes his corners. 6. Ravens: DeForest Buckner, DT, Oregon. The Ravens may be tempted to go offensive tackle here, but Buckner would also be a good fit, especially after the Ravens’ defense wasn’t the same without the powerful inside presence of Haloti Ngata, who was traded to the Lions last season. 7. 49ers: Myles Jack, LB, UCLA. There are some questions about his knee, but there’s no doubt about his athleticism. Niners GM Trent Baalke hasn’t shied away from players with injury issues before, and Jack can go a long way toward filling the void left by the departures of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland. 8. Browns: Shaq Lawson, OLB, Clemson. With Robert Griffin’s arrival and the Browns’ lack of conviction on Wentz or Goff, they traded down from No. 2 overall and can now concentrate on bringing back a pass rush. There’s a need at wide receiver as well, but the receiver at No. 8 overall is with Lawson. 9. Buccaneers: Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida. The Bucs are so thin at cornerback that they signed 32-year-old Brent Grimes as a free agent, so there’s plenty of room for a playmaking cornerback like Hargreaves, who had 10 interceptions in three seasons at Florida. 10. Giants: Ronnie Stanley, T, Notre Dame. GM Jerry Reese loaded up on defense in free agency, concentrating on players young enough to last several years and giving him some flexibility on draft day. He has gone offensive line two of the last three years in the first round (Ereck Flowers and Justin Pugh), but there’s a need for another franchise-caliber tackle. 20. Jets: Noah Spence, DE/OLB, Eastern Kentucky. If Lawson somehow falls this far — doubtful — he’d be a perfect fit. Spence isn’t that far behind, though, and the Jets desperately need an outside rusher for Todd Bowles’ pressure defense. (Newsday)

Feb 2, 2016

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Records fall as McNeil tops Stony Point

Myron Hardy (1,010) as the only players in program history to breach the 1,000-point mark. Stony Point was led by 16 points by Kyle Banks. Blake Buckner contributed 15. McNeil continued its quest toward district perfection with a home game against Pflugerville on Jan. 19, and the Mavs travel to Round Rock on Jan. 22. Stony Point hosted Rouse on Jan. 19 before traveling to Pflugerville on Jan. 22. Cedar Ridge falls to Rouse by 15 Cedar Ridge (8-9, 1-4) followed its first district win of the year with a tough loss against Rouse on Jan. 15, falling 74-59 in front of a hostile crowd on the road. Cedar Ridge came into the game with high spirits after erasing a double-digit half time deficit for its first district win two nights earlier. But the Raiders were unable to recapture the magic they had harnessed earlier in the week, falling into a 35-21 halftime hole that they were unable to recover from. Rouse’s Austin Meyer finished with a game-high 21 points. He also had seven rebounds. Curry Flowers had 15 points and nine rebounds. Sam Paulsen and Kyle Mitchell each had 14 points. Standouts for the Raiders included Tim Holland (18 points), Chris Nobles (15), and Chase Pinter (10). The Raiders traveled to Hendrickson on Jan. 19 and hosts Westwood on Jan. 23. Round Rock nearly ekes out first district win Round Rock came close to capturing its first district win twice last week, losing a pair of games by a combined five points. The Dragons best shot came on Jan. 12 against Cedar Ridge. Round Rock took a commanding 40-28 lead into halftime before the Raiders answered with a 40-24 run in the second half to pull out a 68-65 win. Round Rock’s Donovan Armstrong was the game’s leading scorer, finishing with 19 points. Two nights later, against Hendrickson, Round Rock once again held a halftime lead (21-20) and even took a four-point lead into the fourth quarter before Hendrickson exploded for 23 points over the final eight minutes to capture a 57-55 victory. The Dragons will try their luck again this week with games against Westwood and McNeil. (Austin American-Statesman)

Jan 8, 2016

Lorton, Lila Kathrine (Cleveland)

Kyle Lorton officiating. In lieu of flowers the family would be grateful for donations to the First Baptist Church Library in Cleveland, TN.  Ralph Buckner Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements. (The Chattanoogan)