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Monday NewsLink: Public input, school news & more

Monday NewsLink: Public input, school news & more

October 25, 2021

Your Monday NewsLink for the week of October 25, 2021. This week's headlines come from the City of Lee's Summit, Downtown Lee's Summit, the Lee's Summit R-7 School District, UCM-Lee's Summit and more.

The theatre, the theatre, what happens in the theatre?

The theatre, the theatre, what happens in the theatre?

October 13, 2021

Summit Theatre Group's Ginger Birch joins Nick and Jason in the studio to talk about the local company's participation in this weekend's Downtown Haunted & Historic Spaces Tours, as well as the group's upcoming productions and newly opened studio space.

Monday NewsLink: Service projects, haunted tours, employment opportunities & more

Monday NewsLink: Service projects, haunted tours, employment opportunities & more

October 11, 2021

Your Monday NewsLink for the week of October 11, 2021. This week's headlines come from Lee's Summit Parks & Recreation, Girl Scout Troop 3642, Downtown Lee's Summit Main Street, the University of Central Missouri-Lee's Summit and University Health.

Kickin‘ off the 2nd annual LS Arts Week

Kickin‘ off the 2nd annual LS Arts Week

October 6, 2021

Glenda Masters, Cultural Arts Manager for the City of Lee's Summit, drops by the studio to talk with Nick and Jason about Lee's Summit Arts Week, which begins Friday. 

Monday NewsLink: Fire prevention, downtown events & some schools news

Monday NewsLink: Fire prevention, downtown events & some schools news

October 4, 2021

Your Monday NewsLink for the week of October 4, 2021. This week's headlines come from the City of Lee's Summit, Lee's Summit Fire Department, Downtown Lee's Summit Main Street, Summit Christian Academy and the University of Central Missouri-Lee's Summit.

You‘ve got things to do

You‘ve got things to do

September 29, 2021

As we move into the final quarter of 2021, one bright spot as been the return of regularly scheduled community events. Last week's Oktoberfest, put on by the Lee's Summit Chamber, marked a successful return of festivals. And now that fall is officially here, Nick and Jason talk about some of the other beloved community-wide events on the calendar.

Retirement; awards; haunted tours and more!

Retirement; awards; haunted tours and more!

September 27, 2021

Your Monday NewsLink for the week of September 27, 2021. This week's headlines come from City Hall, the Lee's Summit R-7 School District, Downtown Lee's Summit and the rest of your community.

The Oktoberfest doth return

The Oktoberfest doth return

September 22, 2021

If it feels like it's been more than a year since we've all gathered for a community festival in downtown, well, that's because it has been. But that's all about to change. Rachel Dyer, from the Lee's Summit Chamber's Oktoberfest committee, joins Nick and Jason to preview this weekend's festival. That's right, folks, Oktoberfest is this weekend in downtown Lee's Summit! Oh, and we've got a couple of news notes as well. But mostly, this is about Oktoberfest.

Looking for the why and one woman‘s quest for financial freedom

Looking for the why and one woman‘s quest for financial freedom

September 15, 2021

The Lee's Summit City Council is talking about redistricting and the possibility of establishing the City's own health department. Hosts Nick Parker and Jason Norbury say that's all fine and good, but could you give us the reason why we need our own department? And Lee's Summit resident and entrepreneur Samantha Salem stops by the studio to share some of her story.

Wings, chili & raising money for charities

Wings, chili & raising money for charities

September 8, 2021

Wings 4 Water is tomorrow night and next weekend Chilifest makes its triumphant return. Bridge Space owner and Chilifest "Head Honcho" Ben Rao. joins Nick and Jason to talk about the local event, the food you'll get to eat, the people the event helps and even a bit about how you can get involved.

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