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Archives for November 12th, 2012
Tweet In November 2010, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection Pastor Alix Pridgen took to the pulpit and delivered a powerful message to her congregation. A two-year planning project had yielded a clear vision for how their church would remain relevant in the 21st Century: It must become a place where people from all backgrounds [...]
Tweet There is a tidal wave of change coming in the demographics that affect housing and development in the metro. How it will affect Prairie Village and northeast Johnson County can be a little harder to predict — though certain characteristics of the area suggest it could make out well in the changing landscape. In the [...]
Tweet Ladies and gentlemen, there’s no more denying it: The Little Free Library movement and its pro-reading-agenda proponents are hellbent on hijacking northeast Johnson County and seeping it in a bookishness that could bleed into every facet of our lives. As evidence, I present to you the third — THIRD! — Little Free Library [...]
Tweet “This was not done for any benefit or gain. It was a humanitarian act.” That is how Prairie Village City Councilor David Morrison describes the incident which has led to ethics charges being lodged against him before the city council. Next Monday, Nov. 19, the council is scheduled to hold a hearing that [...]
Tweet Students from St. Ann Catholic School in Prairie Village on Friday held a special assembly honoring a special group of service men and women: their family members. Students invited relatives who had served in the armed forces to an early Veterans Day service. In addition to recognition for the veterans, a Boy Scout [...]