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Jan 12, 2018

Latest: Flowers, fun as Rose Parade rolls under sunny skies

Photo: Ringo H.W. Chiu, AP Image 4 of 5FILE--In this Jan. 1, 2015, file photo, Blue Springs High School band "The Golden Regiment" performs in the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. Only a few clouds are expected Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, in Pasadena as the city plans to celebrate the 129th Rose Parade, and temperatures are expected to be in the mid-70s. lessFILE--In this Jan. 1, 2015, file photo, Blue Springs High School band "The Golden Regiment" performs in the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. Only a few clouds are expected Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, in Pasadena ... more Photo: Ringo H.W. Chiu, AP Image 5 of 5FILE--In this Jan. 1, 2015, file photo, the Singpoli Group float "A Bright Future," winner of the Grand Marshal's trophy, moves along Colorado Boulevard in the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. Only a few clouds are expected Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, in Pasadena as the city plans to celebrate the 129th Rose Parade, and temperatures are expected to be in the mid-70s. lessFILE--In this Jan. 1, 2015, file photo, the Singpoli Group float "A Bright Future," winner of the Grand Marshal's trophy, moves along Colorado Boulevard in the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. Only a few ... more Photo: Ringo H.W. Chiu, AP ...

Jul 27, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, July 27 through 31

Deadline for the Youth Flag Football League is July 27 – This is a new league for kids K-1st, 2nd-3rd, 4th-5th and 6th-7th, Blue Springs Fieldhouse. This 12-week league has 8-weeks of games, with the first game Aug. 27. Cost, $60 per person. To register, go to bluespringsgov.com/parks or visit the Fieldhouse at 425 N.E. Mock Ave. • Independence Farmers & Craft Market, 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October, located just south of the Independence Square at the northwest corner Walnut and Liberty streets. • Drumm Farm Market, 4 to 7 p.m., Drumm Farm, 3210 Lee's Summit Road, Independence. Like them at www.Facebook.com/Drummforkids. For questions, call 373-3434. • Lee's Summit Farmers Market, 7 a.m. until sold out, through Nov. 19, Second and Douglas streets. For questions, call 246-6598. • Nature Detectives: Missouri Mammals, for ages 7 and older, 10 a.m., Colbern Road Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 1000 N.E. Colbern Road, Lee's Summit. Become a nature detective, and learn to identify Missouri mammals by what they eat, where they live, and how they look. Join a Clay County Parks naturalist for a hands-on investigation of mammal skulls and hides. It’s nature CSI! Free, but registration is required, call 525-9924. • Beginning Census Records, for beginners, 7 p.m., Midwest Genealogy Center, 3440 S. Lee's Summit Road, Independence. Learn to search thousands of family and local history books and the complete U.S. Federal Census from 1790 to 1940. Free, but registration is required, call 252-7228. • Drop-In Table Tennis, 9 a.m. to noon, Truman Memorial Building, 416 W. Maple Ave., Independence. Cost, $2. 325-7843. • Lions Club meeting, 7 a.m., Englewood Cafe, 10904 E. Winner Road, Independence. • Bingo, doors open at 4 p.m.; bingo starts at 6:30 p.m., S... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Jun 22, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, June 22 through 26

Department at 325-7185. • Stay Strong, Stay Healthy, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays/Fridays, June 22 through Aug. 12, University of Missouri Extension Blue Springs office. Designed to increase middle-aged and older adults' access to safe, structured and effective strength-training. Cost, $50. To register, call 252-5051. • Parents Night Out planned for June 25, 6 to 11 p.m., Blue Springs Fieldhouse, 425 N.E. Mock Ave. Parents, enjoy a night on the town, while your children ages 5 to 12 enjoy themed activities, games, and access to the fields and courts, all while under the supervision and care of Field House staff. Pizza and drinks will be provided. Cost, Fieldhouse members, $20/child, $15 each sibling; non-members, $30/child, $25 each sibling. Registration deadline: June 22. Call 228-0137. • Independence Farmers & Craft Market, 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October, located just south of the Independence Square at the northwest corner Walnut and Liberty streets. • Drumm Farm Market, 4 to 7 p.m., Drumm Farm, 3210 Lee's Summit Road, Independence. Like them at www.Facebook.com/Drummforkids. For questions, call 373-3434. • Lee's Summit Farmers Market, 7 a.m. until sold out, through Nov. 19, Second and Douglas streets. For questions, call 246-6598. • Managing the Photos, for adults, 2 p.m., North Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 317 W. U.S. 24. Are your photos taking up too much space on your smartphone? This class will teach you the various methods of storing and organizing your smartphone photos. Free, but registration i... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Apr 22, 2016

Life of the party: Facing death, Shannon Anaya chooses to express her joy one more time

It’s Feb. 7. Her 6-year-old son, Julio, will soon be having lunch at his Blue Springs kindergarten. Her fiance, Manny Mejia, 29, a compact and muscular drywaller from Mexico, sits at her side. They have been together through it all over the last five years. They plan to wed in April. The doctor enters. “Is the oxygen permanent?” Shannon asks and laughs, trying to put the others at ease. “Yes,” the doctor says. Silence. Shannon senses a shadow cross the doctor’s eyes. “Shannon...,” the doctor begins carefully. Anticipating what’s coming, Shannon makes it easy. “Doctor,” she says, “do I have a year? Are we talking a year?” Her thoughts drift to Julio, motherless. “No, Shannon,” the doctor says. “I can’t say you do.” Manny clasps her hand. “Do I have six months?” The doctor removes her glasses. “Shannon,” she answers. “I can’t say you do.” For the first time in front of her doctor, Shannon Anaya weeps. Cancer riddles her lungs and has so weakened her bones that she needs a wheelchair. She knew it was aggressive. By living three years, she has already beaten the odds. Now mere months are left, the doctor predicts. Tumors are growing on top of tumors. Outside, dazed, Shannon and Manny cry in his truck. Shannon’s cellphone rings. Please, Lord, I don’t want anybody calling me, Shannon prays, because I’m going to have to ruin everybody’s day. That’s not the way she plans to live her life. One day later, the wedding is off. Shannon’s choice. From the time doctors cut away her colon and declared her cancer rampant, she has tried to set Manny free, to save him from the pain and burden she knew would follow. He set his jaw time and again and refused. He wasn’t leaving. “Te quiero con todo mi corazon,” he would say. “I love you with all my heart.” Nikki Walker, 3... (Kansas City Star)

Apr 22, 2016

Mathilda Prusa 1923-2016

Joe E. Dallas, Texas; daughters, Mary Ann Bohm and husband Pete, Salina; Lisha Bauck and husband Joe, Leoti; Donna Harris and husband Kenny, Blue Springs, Mo.; Debora Bauck and husband Dennis, Leoti; and Nancy Cowing and husband Mark, Leawood; 16 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and a sister, Marilyn Degenhardt and husband LeRoy.Mathilda was preceded in death by Joe, her husband of 60 years, and her siblings Martin, Mary Agnes and Margaret.A Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, April 18 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Salina. with Fr. Keith Weber as the celebrant. Graveside service was held April 18 at St. Catherine Catholic Cemetery, Dubuque.Visitation was held April 17 that included a vigil at Ryan Mortuary, Salina.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Dubuque Heritage Fund for St. Catherine’s Cemetery or Sunflower Adult Day Services and are in care of Ryan Mortuary 137 North Eighth Salina, KS, 67401.For online condolences and more information please visit www.ryanmortuary.comFuneral arrangements provided byRyan Mortuary *137 North Eighth StreetSalina, KS, 67401Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, April 21, 2016 ... (Great Bend Tribune)

Apr 22, 2016

Teens who have never before had a prom get one tonight

Patti Raouf, a former social worker and public school teacher who now lives in Blue Springs is so excited – she’s going to prom! “I can’t wait,” said Raouf, whose sewing skills are making an extraordinary prom special for eight young women who attend the Kansas State School for the Blind. “I’m going to prom – and it’s going to be so much fun.” Raouf and her husband Ali’s son was recently married in the newly renovated Changing Seasons Presents: A Secret Garden in the historic Englewood arts district. There she met owner Russ Lawrence, and they struck up an immediate friendship. “Patti is a great, great lady and I just love her to death,” said Lawrence, who is donating his fairyland wedding venue for the girls’ first-ever prom. “I had a lady attend a recent wedding here, and she asked if the girls from the Kansas State School for the Blind could come to our venue to have their senior photos taken. We started talking and she told me that the girls had never been to a prom. So, I said, ‘We have to have the prom here!’ “I had just done Patti’s son’s wedding... (Blue Springs Examiner)