By Chad Taylor Question: We are ready to sell our home, but with inventory so low, what if we cannot find a new one? The thought of “temporary housing” or “staying with the parents for a while” will usually cause a cold chill to shoot up and down the spine of a potential home seller. And […]
Posted by PVPoster· May 31, 201312:00 pm· Comments
Feel free to continue drinking from the tap, NEJCers. The good people over at WaterOne have released this year’s Water Quality Report. And the good news from those good people? Our water is quite safe. Data from the more than 120,000 tests on more than 18,000 water samples the utility’s lab runs each year found […]
Posted by PVPoster· May 31, 201310:00 am· Comments
By Julia Westhoff I can’t say what it was exactly that set off my intense and immediate need for all things raisin. Raisins are a frequent flier at our house – the girls gobble them down feverishly – but I’d never really gone for them. Then one day I thought, gosh, an oatmeal raisin cookie […]
Assuming Mother Nature calms down by this afternoon, it looks to be a diamond weekend for the annual Prairie Village Art Show, which kicks off tonight at 5 p.m. at The Village Shops. The latest forecasts call for isolated showers throughout the day, with the chances of storms at around 30 percent this evening. But […]
And, he’s done it again. Prairie Village native Sam Hopkins pulled out another victory on Jeopardy! Thursday, extending his winning streak to two and earning the right to appear on the legendary gameshow again today. Hopkins got off to a bit of a slow start in his second appearance, coming into the end of the […]
There is a sliver of hope for those Prairie Villagers rooting for the salvation of the city’s five-decade-old synchronized swimming team after city officials announced earlier this month that the season had been canceled. The city has confirmed that a potential coach has stepped forward to lead this year’s program, but that she has not […]
Posted by PVPoster· May 30, 201312:00 pm· Comments
Remember way back in April when we told you about SM East graduate sisters Porter and Hollister Hovey, who published their first design book, “Heirloom Modern,” this spring? Wellsir, the book has earned the Hoveys a fresh round of favorable press — including this piece in the Wall Street Journal — and sent them from New […]
Posted by PVPoster· May 30, 201310:00 am· Comments
No doubt that some of you “Where’s that at?” purists are going to cry foul at this week’s puzzler…what with it not being in northeast Johnson County and all (nor in the great state of Kansas, for that matter). But what a great picture, you know? I couldn’t resist.
A bit of strategy and a bit of knowledge about World War II generals were enough for Prairie Village native Sam Hopkins to emerge the victor from his first day on Jeopardy! Wednesday. Hopkins was in the lead for most of the game, but four-day champion Mike Lewis was in striking distance as Final Jeopardy […]
Currently operating with six full-service offices and two service centers, Quest Credit Union has been a valuable financial option for Kansans since 1951. Formerly located in Shawnee, Quest has served Johnson County… more.