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Gladstone’s happy to be blue Out with the old Antioch Crossing finishing phase one of demolition

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Although red is the color most people associate with fire trucks, blue has become a brand for Gladstone’s emergency vehicles. Battalion Chief Curtis Norris said that familiarity is the reason the city’s new fire truck, which was on display following the Gladstone City Council meeting on June 11, is blue instead of red. He said people from all over recognize the “Gladstone blue” color. As people left a short City Council meeting, they gathered outside City Hall to get a closer look at the city’s brand new, state-of-the-art fire truck. “Oh, sweetness,” one woman said. Norris said he helped design the new fire truck, which promises to reduce the city’s carbon footprint with the aid of idle reduction technology. “Gas usage is reduced from six gallons an hour to one quart an hour,” he said. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a combination of light trucks, medium-duty trucks, heavyduty vehicles and passenger cars consume more than 6 billion gallons of diesel fuel and gasoline each year without ever moving.

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Gladstone Mayor Carol Suter, from left, and City Council members Barry McCullough, Bill Garnos, Jean Moore and Brian Hill pose with the city’s new firetruck, the specifications for which were put together by Gladstone firefighters. The graphics on the vehicle also were created by local firefighter/EMT Chris Cox. The emblem on the door is the new fire/EMS shoulder patch. When the fire department is not responding to a fire and doesn’t need the pump or engine, a separate small engine runs the lights, battery and new light tower. “The majority of calls we go out on are not fires,” Norris said. Another addition is the larger open cab, which is equipped to help the firefighters cool down when it is hot and warm up in the cold. Norris, along with six other firefighters and captains, began brainstorming ideas in January 2011. They took into consideration needs, likes and dislikes. “And we corrected some

minor issues,” Norris said. The fire truck sports an LED light on top, which is capable of turning 360 degrees and bright enough to light up a baseball field, Norris said. The light, which cost $40,000, is one of the newest of its kind in the country. “It reduces the demand of electricity,” Norris said. He said the light will help while fighting fires, as well as assisting the police, with accidents and during emergency medical services. Norris said the city received five bids to build the fire truck and granted it to a local company that had been struggling. He said it was good to help a local business

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hit hard by the downturn in the economy to rebound by building the city’s new fire truck. The department received the fire truck Memorial Day, which was followed by training. “We put it in service about five days ago,” he said. “We were the second department in the country (to receive this newly designed fire truck).” Norris pointed out a finishing touch, which was a silver bell that sits on the passenger side at the front of the fire truck. The inscription states that the bell was presented to the citizens of Gladstone by the firefighters union, IAFF Local 3228.

The first phase of demolition is nearing completion at the former Antioch Shopping Center. Antioch Redevelopment Partners LLC, the group overseeing the renovation project, expects to complete the initial phase by Friday, June 15, as scheduled. “Phase one demolition has pretty much gone right on schedule,” said project manager David Horn. “Approximately 450,000 square feet of space has been demolished.” The demolished areas are located to the south of the Burlington Coat Factory building. A second phase of demolition will remove two buildings in front of the Burlington store so that it and a connector building will have frontage facing Antioch Road. “That will be the extent of the demolition for this project,” Horn said. In an environmentally cautious choice, all materials from the demolition process will be recycled or be processed on site to

use as fill material in the new development. “We hope to begin the major excavation work within the next 60 days and shortly following the excavation and regarding, we will be installing underground utilities,” Horn said. After utilities are put in place, construction on the first buildings is expected to begin in late fall or early 2013. Upon completion the project, developers expect to attract a minimum of 20 to 30 unique businesses to the site. “The bulk of the project is going to be focused on retail tenants including small shop spaces, fast food and casual dining,” Horn said. “We’re having very strong interest from both local and national potential tenants.” While Horn could not list specific businesses, phone stores, gift stores, sub sandwich shops and a fitness center have all been in contact with the developers. Additionally, the Burlington Coat Factory and Sears stores have expressed desire to stay. “We also have a DEMOLITION/Page A13

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Thursday, June 14, 2012

News in Brief

Personal fireworks not allowed The city of Gladstone has a zero-tolerance policy regarding fireworks. City ordinance makes it unlawful to sell, purchase, use, ignite, display, discharge or possess fireworks within the city limits, according to a press release. The ordinance includes all UN0336 1.4G fireworks, which were formerly called class “C” fireworks. The ordinance also specifies that the term “fireworks” does not include toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns or other devices in which paper caps containing twentyfive-hundredths grain of explosive compound are used, provided they are so constructed that the hand cannot come into contact with the cap when in place for use. Director of Public Safety Mike Hasty said the fireworks-restriction ordinance will be enforced and the Public Safety Department will increase staffing for the Fourth of July holiday period. Enforcement action will include the issuance of court summons and the confiscation of the fireworks. In the event of repeat offenders, additional summons will

be issued, and an arrest could result.

Public fireworks display set for July 4 The city of Gladstone will host a safe public fireworks display for all residents on Independence Day. The festivities at Oak Grove Park, NE 76th Street and North Troost, will begin with a concert at 8

p.m., followed by the fireworks display at approximately 9:50 p.m. Concessions and lawn seating will be available. This event provides a safe alternative to all residents when compared to the potential for injury and property damage that comes with private displays, according to a city press release. No personal fireworks will be allowed, and city ordinance prohibits the use, sale and possession of personal fireworks. The ordinance will be strictly

enforced within the park grounds during the evening. There is no smoking in the park. If approved by the City Council, a designated smoking area may be identified and marked.

bright, welcoming and friendly, while the ease of navigation has increased immensely, according to a press release. The city also has launched a new blog page designed to encourage conversations with the community. The blogs can be accessed from the Gladstone website by clicking on the green “g” in the banner at the top The city of Gladstone of the page, or by going has redesigned its website to http://cityofgladstone. — www.gladstone.mo.us blogspot.com. — with the end user in As the city increases its mind. The new look is use of social media, the

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Thursday, June 14, 2012

News in Brief

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The Clay County Public Health Center has added Zostavax, a vaccine for adults aged 60 years and older, to help prevent shingles, according to a press release. “We’ve had lots of requests for this vaccine” said Gary E. Zaborac, director of public health for the county. “We’re hoping for a great response from the older adults who have been asking for this.” Nearly one out of every three people in the United States will develop shingles. Zaborac said the vaccine is not reimbursed by Medicare Part B and only by some insurance plans under Part D of Medicare. For those people not on certain Medicare D plans, the fee of $200 must be paid at the time the shot is given and a receipt will be provided to them to submit to their insurance company for reimbursement. “Although it can be costly … we felt it was important to make the vaccine available to everyone over 60 years of age who has previously had chickenpox. Shingles can be a debilitating disease that lasts for many weeks or months,” said Zaborac. For an afternoon appointment call 816595-4355. Walk-ins are available from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday at 800 Haines Drive in Liberty. For more information on shingles and the shingles vaccine, please visit http://www. cdc.gov/Features/Shingles

Applicants sought for Heroes at Home Heroes at Home, a program created through the collaboration of Sears Holdings Corp. and Rebuilding Together, has begun looking for fall projects. Rebuilding Together Clay County is looking for veterans or military families to help in Clay County by providing home repairs and safety modifications at no cost. Sears will cover the costs, and Rebuilding Together crews will complete the projects. Those who qualify for this program include those who have served or are serving in the military, as well as their spouses or survivors. Heroes at Home projects are key initiatives for Rebuilding Together, the nation’s leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership, and strive to improve the lives of the military and their families through extensive home rehabilitations. To get an application, go to www.rebuildingtogetherclaycounty.org or call 781-8985.

DWI crackdown in June Three local DWI checkpoint operations and two DWI saturations will be conducted in the month of June. The Missouri State Highway Patrol, along with Kansas City and Gladstone police department, and the Platte County Sheriff’s Office, will be conducting DWI checkpoints in Jackson, Platte and Clay counties during the month of June. These operations are an effort to remove intoxicated drivers from Missouri’s highways. The checkpoints will consist of officers stopping drivers at a set location and testing those who have been drinking. The Missouri State Highway Patrol will also be conducting DWI saturations in Jackson and Clay counties in June. Troopers assigned to the saturation will concentrate their efforts on highways that have been found to have a high number of alcoholrelated crashes and enforcement contacts. All residents are urged to report any driver they observe operating a vehicle in an unsafe manner. The public can contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol toll-free at 1-800-5255555 or *55 on a cellular phone.

Ministry reports growing need in Northland The Clay County location for Metro Lutheran Ministry is seeing increased needs in areas often considered suburban. “We’ve just been very busy,” said Jeani Wells, community care coordinator in Clay County. “I’m not sure it’s any single area. We just have a lot of people coming here.” One trend involves growing requests for rental assistance, often following the loss of a home. “People are getting a lot of eviction notices,” she said. “You read headlines that the housing market is improving, but we’re not seeing it here.” A call just days earlier from the North Kansas City police asked for help with a husband, wife and five children. “He’s trying to get a job, but where are you going to put a family of seven in the meantime?” Wells said. She also noted that the Northland is especially challenging for people in need because a relatively lower level of mass transportation makes it more difficult for them to reach jobs or services in that area.

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Thursday, June 14, 2012

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Old Glory’s Day is a time to honor 230-year old symbol of our nation On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution stating: “Resolved, That the flag of the United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new Constellation.” That new constellation, of course, consisted of the 13 original colonies that were fighting for our independence at the time. George Washington is credited with saying, “We

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Thursday, June 14, 2012

30-year sentence for teen in murder case 16-year-old fatally shot store clerk during robbery in January 2011 Teenager Javontea Jones was sentenced Friday, June 8, to 30 years in prison for shooting a young man to death Jan. 9, 2011, during a botched robbery at a convenience store. “When you engage in adult activities, you face adult consequences” Clay County Prosecutor Daniel White said in a press release. Jones, who turned 18 Monday, June 11, was 16 when he gunned down 28 -year- old Salvatore Mandacina at a convenience store in the 5000 block of Parvin Road in

Kansas City North. The victim died at the scene of multiple gunshot wounds, according to White. Jones pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree in Judge Larry D. Harman’s court April 7. He will not be eligible for parole consideration until he is well into his 40s, White said. “No murder makes sense, but some are more senseless than others,” White said in the release. “A 16-year-old loses his youth and early middle age to prison for killing another young man just starting out in life.”

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Community Calendar

BIBLE CAFE: Bible Café is held from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursdays at First Christian Church, 2018 Gentry St. in North Kansas City. Enter at the doors by the mailbox. For more information, call 842-2341. CHOIR: The Northland Sweet Adelines meet at 7 p.m. Thursdays at Antioch Community Church, 4805 N.E. Antioch Road, Kansas City North. For more information, contact Peg Simmons at 452-4302 or by email at jpsimford@att.net. RECOVERY: The Recovery Works Dual Recovery Treatment Group meets at Tri-County Mental Health Services from 10 to 11 a.m. on Thursdays. The meetings are at the Lebedun Center, 5844 N.E. Russell Road in Kansas City. For more information, call 468-0400.

PARKINSON’S EXERCISE: Parkinson’s seated exercise begins at 1 p.m. each Thursday at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 4301 NE Vivion Road in Kansas City North. The Parkinson Foundation-Heartland program is free. MUSIC: “Dream Big and Wild with WildHeart” will be an all-ages program at 2 p.m. at the Antioch branch of MidContinent Public Library. Emmy Award-winning singers and songwriters, WildHeart will embark on a musical adventure exploring the wildest of animals. Registration is required by calling 454-1306 or visiting mymcpl.org.

FRIDAY, JUNE 15

FRIDAY IN THE PARK: The New Red Onion Jazz Babies will bring Dixieland music to North Kansas City’s Festival Pavilion in Macken Park from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All concerts are free and open to the public, and every event features a drawing for prizes donated by local businesses. For more information, visit www.nkc.org or call 274-6000.

SUNDAY, JUNE 17 DONOR DRIVE: St. James Catholic Church, 309 S. Stewart St. in Liberty, will host a bone marrow donor drive from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Potential donors 18 to 55 years old can complete a registration form and have the inside of their cheeks swabbed to collect cells for tissue typing. The drive is being held in honor of the Murry family, which has four sons who were all born with Diamond Backfan anemia.

WEIGHT LOSS SUPPORT: TOPS Chapter 1072 meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursdays at Kansas City North Community Center at 3930 N. Antioch Road. The group’s mission is to support members as they Take Off Pounds Sensibly. For more information, call Virginia Alban at 453-2370.

MOVIE IN THE PARK: “Cars 2” will be shown at a Movie in the Park event starting at 9 p.m. at the Gladstone Amphitheatre in Oak Grove Park. The movie is rated PG. Admission is free, and spectators are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs for seating at this event sponsored by the Gladstone Department of Parks and Recreation. Concessions will be available. In case of inclement weather, call 437-2489, option 4.

CLASSIC CARTOONS: The Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library will offer Classic Cartoon Mondays at 2 p.m. each Monday in June. Each week will feature a different cartoon. This program is for

Assembly Of God

Christian Disciples of Christ

Methodist

LIBERTY FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF 7 NORTH KANSAS CITY

11 101 N. Forest Ave. Liberty, MO 64068 pastorjeff@liberty-assembly.org

Ph. (816) 781-6633 Jeff Davidson, Pastor

Schedule: Sunday School ................... 9:30 am AM Worship .....................10:30 am Sunday Evening ................. 6:00 pm

NORTHLAND CATHEDRAL

101 NW 99th St. (99th & N. Oak) Kansas City, MO 64155

8:30 am .......................Traditional Service 10:00 am ...............Sunday School-All Ages 11:00 am .... Praise & Worship-Contemporary

2018 Gentry St. NKCMO 64116 (816) 842-2341 www.loveourchurch.org

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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(DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) 427 East Kansas • 781-3621

New Song

newsongkc.org

An Open & Affirming Church Worship & Children’s Activities: Sunday mornings at 8:30 & 10:30

J. Lowell Harrup, Senior Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:15 & 10:45 am Morning Worship ............ 9:15 & 10:45 am Sunday Evening ....................... 6:00 pm Wed. Learning Center ................ 6:30 pm

8600 NE Sam Ray Road Kansas City, MO (816) 407-7756

Baptist 2

web site: metrobaptistchurch.com Pastor: Dr. Rick Shrader Traditional Music and Choir Expository Biblical Preaching

Sunday services .............10:30am & 6:00pm Wednesday evening ......................7:00pm

2800 NE 64 Street, Gladstone, MO 64119 453-5735

JUNE TUNES: The Northwinds Jazz Band will play a June Tunes concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Gladstone Amphitheatre in Oak Grove Park. ESL CONVERSATIONS: An English as a Second Language program for adults is offered at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library at 1 p.m. Tuesdays. Registration is required by visiting mymcpl. org or calling 454-1306. SOCIAL: The Northland Democratic Club will host an ice cream social to meet newcomers and Democratic candidates who are on the August ballot. It will be from

LEARNING LAB: Coming of Age Kansas City, sponsored by Shepherd’s Center of KC Central and with help from Clay County Senior Services, will be a two-day workshop for nonprofit organizations that serve Clay County. The second date will be June 26. The lab will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kansas City Police Regional Academy, 6885 N.E. Pleasant Valley Road. For information, email sandra@sccentral.org. HOCKEY: “Mac’s Stick with Reading Show” will be presented for ages 5 and older at 2 p.m. at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library. Registration is required by calling 454-1306.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 FARMERS MARKET: The Gladstone Farmers market is held from 2 to 6 p.m. one block east of North Oak Trafficway on Northeast 70th Street each Wednesday through the summer. ESL STORYTIME: English as a Second Language Storytime is a program for children of speakers of other languages. It is offered at 10 a.m. Wednesdays for children ages 2 to 8 and their families. Speakers of all languages are welcome. For more information, call 4541306. MEETING: Northland Coalition Community Luncheon meeting will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 3100 NE 83rd St. in Kansas City North. For reservations call 877-0498. TRAVEL FOR KIDS: “Travel Then and Now” will be presented for children 6 years and older at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library. Participants will discover the different modes of travel down through time. Registration is required by calling 454-1306.

Church Directory

Trevor Dancer, Pastor

Morning Worshiip ..................... 9:30 am Sunday School ...............8:30 & 10:30 am www.meadowbrookumc.org EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER 452-6595

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GOOD SHEPHERD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9

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9555 N. Oak Trafficway Kansas City, MO 64155

At the corner of N. Oak and 96th Street

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Christian Science 8

METRO BAPTIST CHURCH

MEADOWBROOK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

TUESDAY, JUNE 19

NEW NEIGHBORS: The Northland New Neighbors League will hold its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Andre’s Confiserie Suisse, 5018 Main St. in Kansas City. For information, visit www.nnlnorthlandkc.com.

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(816) 734-2216 ext. 204

TENTH CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, KANSAS CITY 3400 NE 82nd St. • KCMO 64119

Sunday Services ......................10:30 am Sunday School ........................10:30 am Wed Evening Testimonial Meeting .. 7:00 pm Reading Room open to the public Call for hours and location ..........455-0443

3400 NE 80th Street, Kansas City, MO 64119 (816) 746-8388

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TIE DYE: “Teen Tie Dye” will be presented at 6:30 p.m. at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library. Participants should bring a 100 percent pre-washed cotton T-shirt, socks, boxers or head scarf, and wear old clothing. The library will provide the rest of the supplies. Registration is required by calling 454-1306 or visiting mymcpl.org.

6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Happy Rock Park in Gladstone, at the blue-roofed shelter in the west side of the park. The meeting is free to attend. For more information, contact Jo Coleman 522-9320.

Rev. David Culver New Traditions Worship........ 8:30 am Sunday School ................... 9:30 am Traditional Worship ............10:50 am Alfa Y Omega Iglesia Cristiana Discipulos de Cristo Servicio los Domingos a las 6:00 pm

455-2555

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Childcare Provided. Casual Dress The coffee’s hot, the music rocks and the message is real.

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GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH An Open and Affirming Congregation

www.graceepiscopalliberty.org

SUMMER SCHEDULE Holy Eucharist - Rite II ............... 9:30 am 520 S. 291 Hwy. (816) 781-6262 The Rev. Susan McCann, Rector The Ven. John McCann, Priest Associate

Non-Denominational

Presbyterian

THE HARMONY VINEYARD

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LIBERTY

600 NE 46th Street Kansas City, MO 64116

Sunday Service ..............8:30am-10:00am ............................... 10:30am-12:15pm Wednesday Service ....Meal begins at 6:15pm .........................Classes start at 7:00pm

(Children’s Ministry Provided) Call About Home Groups

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587-8898 John Brown, Pastor

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138 Main Interim Rev. Joe Carle Sunday School .......................9-9:45 am Traditional Worship ..................10:00 am Nursery Provided • 781-6528

NORTHMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

6 1441 NE Englewood Rd. Sunday Service ....................... 10:30 am Sunday School ..........................9:15 am Rev. Seth Wheeler Childcare Available www.northminsterkc.org 453-2545


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CALL

816.781.4941 816.454.9660

FAX

816.414.3340

Classifieds eds Classifi DEADLINE 4PM TUESDAY

Liberty Tribune Business Office Manager Full-Time. Experienced in Long Term Care. Duties to include: - Human Resources - Accounts Payable - Accounts Receivable Apply in person to Bob Richard

Cherr herr y Hills Community Community & Rehabilitation Center 724 NE 79th Ter. er. Gladstone MO, MO, 64118 (816)436-8940

HELP

WANTED

Fast-paced, family-owned jewelry store. Sales execs, gemologists, jewelers and support staff needed. Must have great attitude, work ethic & honesty. Full time, must be avail. Saturdays. Computer proficiency a must. Must be able to multi-task & make decisions with common sense and provide out of this world customer service. Looking for people who want a long-term career, not just another job. Above average pay & great benefits. Also looking for high school students to work part time during the school year & summers. Bring school transcripts. Must have better than average grades. Will train. Potential for advancement within the company. Bring resume to:

4311 NE Vivion Rd., • Kansas City, MO 64119

WANTED Individual(s) to contract with the Liberty Tribune to sell newspaper subscriptions at local businesses in the Liberty and Kearney areas. Flexible hours. Interested individuals can call (816) 719-1224 or by email at stephaniecates@npgco.com.

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Help Wanted

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Children’s Ministry Director: Requirements: must be a Christian, love of children, organized, and strong leadership skills. 15 hrs. weekly at $12 per hr For more info: Community Covenant Church, Kearney, 628-6974. www.ccc@uniteone.net

Kitchen and Bath Remodel, Basement Finishes, Room Additions, Trim & Rough In Carpentry, Sun Rooms, Decks, Painting. Call Gary 816-820-3507

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Summer price special. Real Estate class starts June 25 in Gladstone. Free catalog. 816-455-2087. www.realestateprepschool.com

Help Wanted Drivers

CDL Class A Drivers Needed Want to be home daily? We currently have local Day/Night shift positions available for you. Req 2 yrs verifiable Tractor Trailer Exp. Clean MVR. Competitive Hourly Pay & Benefits Contact us at 816-231-0405 Drivers: CDL-A Local, Lake City, Home Nightly, Monday-Thursday, occasional Friday. Pay commensurate with experience. Must qualify Hazmat Endorsement, Security Clearance. 1-866-2048006, www.RandRtruck.com. DRIVERS: Home Every Other Day! Dedicated Holland, MI to KC, MO. Avg 3000 miles/wk. CDLA, 1yr OTR. MTS: 800-748-0192 x214/x208.

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Financial

Hey, teenagers! Want to earn extra money?

is looking to contract youth ages 12-15 to sell newspaper subscriptions door to door in the Liberty area. Interested individuals can call (816) 719-1224 or by email at stephaniecates@npgco.com.

Business Opportunity

Old Church Plaza in Kearney has rental spaces for hair salon, clothing/shoe retail and/or offices available immediately. Center includes UPS Store, Anytime Fitness (coming in June), Two Restaurants, Nail Salon, Kearney Courier, etc. Spaces from approx. 950 to 3,600 sq ft currently available Call Chalise at 660-292-0213 for more information. www.oldchurchplaza.com

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Help Wanted

Teachers need a quality babysitter this fall? In Liberty area, former teacher will take 4 children. Call me at 816-476-3398.

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S & F PAINTING Interior/Exterior, Paperhanging Residential/Comm. Quality Work, Reasonable Rates. 24 Years Experience

Summer Registration All Ages Welcome Call Nan @ 816-842-0359

FAMILY MAN NEEDS WORK

Lawncare, gar. & bas. cleaning, odd jobs, hauling.

Sell it in the Classifieds! Call 816.389.6618 608

You’re Invited

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You’re Invited

Pistol Courses Available in Liberty • MO & KS Concealed Carry • NRA Pistol Courses • Personal Instruction Check class dates & register at w w w. m a t c h p o i n t f i r e a r m s . c o m or contact Ray Graham at

816-289-9713

816-320-3990

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Hauling

FREE PICK UP

A L L T H I N G S M E TA L Appliances • Water Heaters Furnaces • AC Units Outdoor Items • Scrap Metal 816-682-0123 GENERAL HAULING House cleanouts, heavy appliances, yard cleanup. Haul and dispose. Fully insured, In business 24 yrs. 816-454-0289 www.steveshauling.com

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House Cleaning

#1JANE A’s Professional Housecleaning, LLC Complete Service, Reasonable Rates, Serving Liberty &The Northland. Supplies Furnished. Insured • Licensed• Bonded 816-868-5024

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Moving/Storage

NORTHLAND MOVING

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761

Steel Buildings

Steel Buildings

Insured • Free Estimates.

Appliance Repair

Public Notice

Handyman

Piano Lessons

Apartments, Office, Storage Units

Business Services

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Small Moving Jobs

Washer & Dryer Repair 816-436-3914

000-049

Established daycare home has opening, over 18 yrs. exp. I keep a low number of children, background check & references available. 816-415-3015.

200-599

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Painting

Childcare Provided

CHILDCARE- Breakfast, lunch & snacks. Large fenced yard. Central Gladstone. 816-436-4714

Full-Time Mon. - Fri. Receptionist/Clerk $24,000 with benefits Submit resume to: andrea@completeprotection.net

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816-734-5580

IMMEDIATE OPENING

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Building/ Remodeling

www.libertytribune.com

816-868-0427

CLASSIFIEDS

www.kccommunitynews.com

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Public Notice

All Northland Area JANITORIAL OFFICE CLEANING

Healthcare

2-5 evenings/wk

Individuals, Partners, Retirees SEEKING INSTRUCTORS for Adult CNA, CMT, EMT and Phlebotomy classes. Flexible schedule and competitive pay. Mail resume to Lex La-Ray Technical Center, 2323 High School Drive, Lexington or email spierce@lexington.k12.mo.us Application deadline July 17.

● PT, 4-hour shift ● No weekends Worlds of Fun • Gladstone • Liberty Barry Rd / I-29

(816) 472-8181 K.K. Custom

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Homes for Sale • 10 lines • 4 weeks • Free photo • Free border

NO REALTORS, PLEASE

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Car, Truck or Motorcycle • 5 lines • 4 weeks • Free photo

PETS

Litter Special • 4 lines • 4 weeks

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(only change allowed is phone number or price)

Sell in 4 Weeks or Additional 4 Weeks FREE!

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Roofing

Garage Sales North BETTER ROOFING & CONTRACTING Full Tear-offs, Re-roofs, Gutters. Free Estimates. MC/Visa. Lic. & Ins.

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Gladstone Garage Sales

816-452-2527

ROOFING- Re-roofs, repair,

gutters, flat deck, 50 yrs. exp. Richard Gragg. Senior & Church Discounts. 816-716-4250.

700-799

Merchandise 701

Antiques/ Collectibles

1617 NE 78th St.

Gladstone area. June 15 & 16, 8a-6p. Lots of tools, baby items, treadmill, lamps, bookcases, etc. 6/15 & 6/16, 6703 & 6705 N Chestnut Ave., 8a-6p. Books, yarn, Red Hats, clothes, furniture, queen size bed, & deer heads.

Unicorn Plates. Series. Set price. 916-436-8024. Cash only. Call before 8pm

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Furniture

Cherry wood hutch, excellent, maple wood bedroom- 3 piece, dining room table & chairs, best offer. 816-241-0691.

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Miscellaneous For Sale

Primatene Mist Inhalers, NEW, 14 boxes. Call 816-455-0503 after 6pm. Wanda Statuary- manufacturers of concrete statuary since 1972. Large selection & low price. Bird baths, fountains, benches, replacement bowls, statuary refinished & repaired, Claycomo 454-2311. YOU PICK BLACKBERRIES and blackberry jelly now available. www.mulebarnberries.com. Toll free 877-487-3777.

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HUGE SALE: Fri & Sat, June 15-16 8am-6pm. 5407 N. Flora. (Englewood Rd. & N. Flora). Glassware, collectibles, costume jewelry, household, Lane cedar chest, antique Singer sewing machine, antique rocking chair, 2 - antique mirrors, pictures, Home Interior, Party Lite, Pampered Chef, cookbooks, cookie jars & lots of misc.

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Kansas City North Garage Sales

Kearney Garage Sales

TOOLS - TOOLS - TOOLS Fri. & Sat., June 15 & 16, 7 to 3. 1706 Rockwater Ln., Kearney. Shopsmith Mark 5 plus accessories: jigsaw, shaper, lathe tools. Shopsmith router arm table & stand. C-clamps, pipe clamps, drill bits, hand tools & more. Shop-Vac, power washer, air compressor, Matt cutting system.

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Liberty Garage Sales

1605 Dunwich Dr. Canterbury Area. Sat. June 16, 7a-1p. Furniture, dishes, sports collectibles, household and decorative items. 807 W Brown June 15 & 16. Childs rocker, books, games, old radio, shower doors, vertical blinds, bed frames, clothing, LOTS of misc.

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Estate Sales

1000-1099

1090 For Sale By Owner

Homes For Sale FINAL LIBERTY ESTATE SALE

Changing locations, all must go! 1 N. Water. St., Liberty. 6/14-16, Thurs. & Fri. 10a-6p, Sat. 10a-3p. Cool Antiques, Ethan Allen Furniture, Drexel Hutches, Couches, Complete Bedroom Sets, Primitives, Shabby Chic, MidMod., Unique Collectibles & Much More!!! Last chance in Liberty!

SELL it in the

Classifieds

FOR SALE BY OWNER

1090 For Sale By Owner

Beautiful 3 BR 2 BA Home. Low Down Payment Move In Now Special Ending Soon.

(816)781-2548 www.LibertyLanding.com

521 Clyde St. • Liberty 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 Car Garage. Full basement, newly rehabbed, new windows, new carpet, flooring, newly painted, new garage doors, deck. Maintenance free exterior. Holt Estates $110,000.00. Call Gary 816-516-0480 Or Doug 816-739-3354

ESTATE SALE - Everything must go. Make offer. Also, camping, pool, kitchen, tools & much misc. 26 Camelot Place, in Camelot subdivision NE of 291 & 152 Intersection, N on Clayview, up hill, rt. on Camelot Dr., then quick left into Camelot Pl. cul-de-sac. Thurs-Sat 8am-1pm. Multi-family garage sale, 1115 N Woodridge. Sat. 6/16, 7:30a-1p, barstools, camera equip., baby items, home decor, tools, clothing, books & more.

Sat., June 16 • 8am-2pm 535 Sarah Lane Holt Estates

Huge Multi-Family Sale! Housewares, furniture, kitchen, toys. TONS for babies and kidsclothes NB-size 8, Boys and girls Well-organized and clean!

Musical Instruments

New & used Pianos on sale at Meyer Music Call: Bette (816)228-5656 or Mike (913)491-6636

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Baby clothing- newborn to 18 mos., boys & girls. Graco infant car seat, Graco bouncer, toys, Bright Stars baby gym, Bright Stars activity station, maternity wear, Medela pump and home decor items. Sat. only, 7:30a-2p. 6007 N. Norton.

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Wanted To Buy/Trade

Diabetic test strips wanted- up to $10 for extra, unused boxes. 816510-2301.

“We Buy Standing Timber & Logs” Estalblished Mill Buying All Species of Timber No Yard Trees Please

Call Gabe 816-351-1244

Huge Multi-Family Sale Thurs. 6/14- Sat. 6/16. Clearing the clutter and making room for new baby means lots of bargains for you! Tons of stuff going cheap, cheap, cheap: Furniture, small appliances, men/women/kids/baby clothing, jewelry, books, toys, housewares, and much, much more! Lots of medical scrubs size M, table w/6 chairs, 2 carpets, small tabletop deep freeze, misc. glassware. Everything is in excellent condition. Thurs., Fri. 8a-6p, Sat. 8a-12p. 609 NE 81st Ter. MOVING SALE- Fri. 9a-3p, On Forest Dr. in Weatherby Lake. Furniture, power & shop equipment, tools old and newer, misc. & unique collectibles.

THE RED APRON Painted Furniture Vintage Goods June 15 & 16 • 9a-5p. 1090 H Hwy

872

Pleasant Valley Garage Sales

7009 N. Brookside Rd- Thurs., Fri., Sat. 6/14-16. Thurs. weather permitting.

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Smithville Garage Sales

4455 NW 92 Hwy in Smithville. Teacher items, furniture, clothing, craft supplies, and more. Friday, June 15 & Saturday, June 16. 7:00am to 7:00pm.

Auctions

816.781.4941 816.454.9660

COIN AUCTION SATURDAY, June 16th • 3PM North Country Community Center Lawson, MO

4-1/2 mi. N. of Excelsior Springs, MO. on 69

355 lots of coins and currency, many great type coins, higher grade coins, some gold, Morgan & Peace dollars and a nice lot of foreign coins. For terms, complete auction listing & photos call or check website. Online bidding will be available through Proxibid.com

Don’t Miss This Nice Offering Preview: 1pM

w w w. g r y t h e r a u c t i o n e e r s . c o m Full-Time Certified Licensed Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker

www.libertytribune.com

www.libertytribune.com ESTATE OF ELY FAMILY Sat., June 16, • 10:00 AM 115 Greentree Lane, NKC MO 64116 (Briarcliff) Huge Auction- Guns, Antiques, Complete Household See website for more details. Col. Travis Wheeler • (816)210-7737 Col. Robert Murphy • (816)665-6300

www.wheelermurphy.com


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Homes For Rent

LIBERTY SCHOOLS 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 Car Garage, Fenced, Fireplace, Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer & Dryer. New Deck & Finished Basement TV Area. $1075/month. Call Joel 816-407-1879

1220

3 BR, 1.5 BA Duplex in Liberty, all appliances included except fridge, 1 car garage. W/D hookups.

(2004 Swift Ave, NKC)

Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Co.

$550 2 bdrm 1 bath Extra Clean

781-4460

Duplexes

4923 N Oakley, 2br, 1ba, Liv & Fam, Kit w/appl, 1car gar w/ opener, a/c, blinds, patio, $695/mth + dep, 816-5606723

1090 For Sale By Owner

PETS

Litter Special

• 4 lines • 4 weeks

$25.00

4-Plex Gladstone 2br, appl, c/a, w/d hk-ups, clean credit req. Owner. $495. 816-587-5544

DEPOSITS LOWERED ! N o Application Fee

816.389.6618

CALL TO PLACE YOUR AD TODAY

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Renovated 1BR Apt Senior Community Rent Based on Income Landmark Towers Apartments 1203 W College St Liberty, MO 64068 816-781-5410

1250

First Month’s Rent Free! Gladstone professional office space for lease with high traffic street exposure. Large reception area, 2 private offices with kitchenette. Off 169 & Englewood Rd. 914 sq.ft., $10.50/sq.ft. Call Terri 816-808-4817.

Lots For Rent

• 1 Bedroom • 2 Bedrooms

1090 For Sale By Owner

See office for details.

FOR SALE BY OWNER (816)429-6505 Beautiful Villa in Benson Place Coves

One of the Northland’s most popular neighborhoods.

Lived in only 2 years. $198,900

Cherokee Village Apartments Liberty, MO

(816) 781-6537

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• Maintenance Provided • 3BR, 3BA • Covered Deck & Patio • Finished Walk-out Bsmnt • Open Floor Plan & Country View • Lots of Storage

Automotive 1316

Lexus ES300 2002, loaded, 72K miles, excellent, 1 owner, 25 mpg, GPS, heated seats, moonroof. $12,500. 816-454-7250.

Chevrolet

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Handicap Accesible Hydraulic lift- upto 1,000 lbs. Runs very good. $2500.

816-781-5617

1414 Lexus ES300 2002, loaded, 72K miles, excellent condition, 1 owner, 25 mpg, GPS, heated seats. $13,500. 816-454-7250.

Boats/Boat Accessories

2006 Bennington Pontoon, 22 ft., used 60 hrs., trailer, many extras, $16,500. 816-682-9457.

Northgate Mobile Estates

Claycomo- Quaint neighborhood, close to shopping, schools & hwys. Single lots $315. Water and sewer paid, yards mowed.

816-452-0866

Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry R/E Co.

Small Town Charm, Big City Conveniences! ✧✧ 1 & 2 Bedrooms ✧✧ $399-$535

SELLING A BUYING A

Close to Historic Liberty Square

Call (816) 452-0866

(816)429-6505

Vans

VAN 1987 Dodge

Lexus

Liberty Area Apartments

Whether downsizing or just want a new home with all the amenities, convenience and choice location; this you should see. Liberty Schools This is the big bargain you have been l o o k i n g f o r. W e n e e d t o s e l l n o w. C a l l t o s e e t o d a y.

1390

1997 Suburban 4WD. Runs Great, No Body Damage. 186,900 miles, $3500. Call: 816-734-4137

Office Space

1270

Lexus

1300-1499

(816) 452-0099

Professionally Managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Company

1529 La Chateau- Liberty. Nice 3 BR, 1.5 BA, all appliances, fireplace, C/A, garage. $750/mo., $600 dep. 816-436-4415.

Studios with Kitchen Single Adults Only

$799 per mo + deposit. Call June 816-436-0101

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Need a vacation? Name your destination. Can’t use time share this year, call for details. 816-781-1050

OAK TREE APTS

Liberty

Resort/Vacation Property

1275

HOUSE? HOUSE?

The Classifieds bring together homeowners and house hunters every day.

Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Company

HERE’S MY CARD

DEADLINE FRIDAY AT 4:00 P.M.

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Hearings NOTICE: PLEASANT VALLEY, MO ZONING BOARD MEETING/HEARING July 10, 2012 6:00 P.M. The City of Pleasant Valley Zoning Board will meet on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. to consider an application for a variance from the requirements of: SECTION 215.050: ABOVE GROUND MOTOR FUEL STORAGE A. No above ground motor fuel storage tanks shall be permitted except: 1. Above ground tanks where the owner can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Chief of Police that it is solely for agricultural uses. 2. The storage of ten (10) gallons or less of flammable or combustible liquids so long as such liquids are stored in a container sealed by means of a lid or other device so that neither liquid nor vapor will escape from it at ordinary temperatures. 3. The storage of combustible class 3b liquids only in the industrial zone. 4. Propane tanks. “Motor fuel� includes, but is not limited to, gasoline and diesel fuel. B. Any other above ground storage

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ENTERTAINMENT

Thursday, June 14, 2012

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Aries, your ambition will take you to new places this week. Channel your energy in a constructive method to make the most of this renewed vigor.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21

Taurus, now is the time to do slow and steady work, rather than experimenting with new methods. You’ll have time for fun and some trial and error later on.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21

Gemini, for some reason you feel compelled to get started on something new in the next few days. This may be a job or a relationship — only time will unveil the secrets.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23

Famous birthdays

• June 11 — Hugh Laurie, Embrace spontaneity Actor (53) this week, Libra. It could • June 13 — Ally Sheedy, turn out to be something Actress (50) exciting and fun, which is • June 15 — Neil Patrick just what you need at this Harris, Actor (39) time in your life. — Metro Creative

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Scorpio, take a step back and allow an upset family member a little breathing room this week. It’s best not to add fuel to the fire in this particular situation.

LEO Jul 23/Aug 23

You have to approach someone who hasn’t been doing his or her share of the work, Leo. Tread gently because there could be a very good reason why this person has been floundering.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22

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SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21

Get out and try to meet some new people, Sagittarius. Constantly add to your collection of networking contacts, because you never know when you’ll need to call in a favor.

Father’s Day is June 17th

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Capricorn, though you can see quite clearly what you need to do this week, you may have to refrain from taking any action for some time. Try to be patient a little longer.

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Your big ideas are highly valued, Pisces. Let others know what you are thinking and don’t be surprised if others ask for your advice.

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Get Dad an Ice Cream Cake Ice Cream Float Cake

CAPRICORN Cancer, you will need to Dec 22/Jan 20

take an intellectual approach to solving what has been troubling you recently. Lists and careful consideration might be necessary.

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A12 Gladstone Dispatch

Thursday, June 14, 2012

School Notes Higher education achievements

earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education Emily Williams of and mathematical sciences. Kansas City has earned a Commencement exercises place on the University of were held May 5 in Champ Evansville Dean’s List for Auditorium on the college academic achievements campus. for the spring semester. Steven Scheelk of Williams is majoring in archaeology. To make the Gladstone graduated from Dean’s List, a student must Union College during the earn at least a 3.5 grade- school’s 133rd commencepoint average. ment. Scheelk earned a Bachelor of Science in The following local stu- human performance. dents were among the May The following local stugraduates from Missouri Valley College: Andrew dents were awarded degrees Gregory of Kansas City, from Creighton University Bachelor of Arts in public during the spring comrelations, and Brandon mencement ceremony: Perkins of Kansas City, David Williams of GladBachelor of Science in exer- stone, Doctor of Pharmacy, cise science. and David Bailey of Kansas City, earned a BachDustin Z. West of Kan- elor of Arts. About 1,500 sas City graduated in May degrees were conferred durfrom William Woods Uni- ing Creighton’s commenceversity with a Bachelor of ment ceremony at CentuArts. A total of 235 stu- ryLink Center Omaha. dents received diplomas. Gladstone resident Kathleen Franiuk and Camille Yearry is among Andrew Gregory, both of more than 1,000 Harding Kansas City, earned a place University students includon the Spring 2012 Dean’s ed on the dean’s list for List at Missouri Valley Col- grades achieved during the lege. The requirements for spring semester. To be elithe Dean’s List are a 3.3 or gible, a student must be higher grade-point average; carrying 12 or more hours at least 12 graded hours for with a 3.65 or higher gradethe semester; and no “D,” point average. “F,” or “Incomplete” grades Benedictine College held for the semester. its annual commencement Jeremy Finn of Kansas exercises May 12. This year, City, a senior majoring in 317 candidates were honinformation networking ored during the ceremony, and telecommunications, including Aaron Kranz has been named a College of Kansas City, Bachelor of of Business and Leadership Science in biology. Honor Scholar for earning a 4.0 grade-point average Rachel Marie McComduring the spring 2012 mon of Kansas City was semester at Fort Hays State a candidate for underUniversity. graduate graduation from The 70 Honor Scholars Emporia State University were announced by Dr. during commencement Mark Bannister, dean of exercises May 12. McComthe College of Business mon earned a bachelor of and Leadership. Only full- science, rehabilitation sertime undergraduate busi- vices education, leadership. ness majors who have a 4.0 Approximately 600 stuGPA for the semester are dents were candidates for undergraduate degrees. included. Area students included on the Fort Hays State University Deans Honor Roll for the spring 2012 semester include Jeremy Finn of Kansas City, a junior majoring in information networking and telecommunications, and Brittany Raw of Kansas City, a sophomore majoring in political science. The honor roll includes only full-time undergraduate students who earned at least a 3.60 grade-point average for the semester.

DECA competition

Lasse Fuss, a junior at North Kansas City High School, and Chris Harbison, a sophomore at Winnetonka High School, earned the Award of Excellence at a recent DECA competition in Salt Lake City. They were among approximately 15,000 students who gathered for the DECA International Career Development Conference to compete in more than 50 events. Fuss competed in the Entrepreneurship IndepenAndrew Zeigler of dent Event, and Harbison Kansas City is a member competed in the Food Marof the graduating class of keting Individual Series. 2012 at Westminster ColDECA is an association lege in Fulton. Zeigler of marketing students that

prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in the fields of management, hospitality, finance and management in high schools and colleges around the world. Marketing teachers and DECA advisers are Eddie James at North Kansas City and John Morris at Winnetonka.

City metro area. Since the late 1990s, the five district middle schools have competed against one another for basketball, volleyball, cross country and track. The team is coached by Jeremy Bradham and Phil Hickman, head coaches; along with Craig O’Reilly, Chad Bryant and Janet Tierney.

Assistant principals

Science Olympiad

Brandon Greason and Alan Penrose have been named assistant principals at Golden Oaks Education Center. Both assume their duties effective with the new school year, July 1. Greason began his career in education at North Kansas City Schools as an instructional assistant for Golden Oaks Education Center. For the past five years, he has served as a middle and high school teacher at Golden Oaks. Greason received his Bachelor of Arts degree in history from William Jewell College, a master’s degree in education from Rockhurst University, and his Educational Specialist degree from Northwest Missouri State University. He is a 2011 graduate of the district Leadership Institute. Penrose began his education career at the Don Bosco Alternative High School in 2006 before moving to North Kansas City Schools in 2008. Penrose served as a business and alternative education teacher at Winnetonka High School and taught communication arts at Antioch Middle School before moving to his position as Dean of Students at Northwest Middle School in the Kansas City Kansas School District. He also serves as an adjunct professor of education at Rockhurst University. Penrose received a Bachelor of Arts in communication from Pittsburg State University, a master’s degree in education from Rockhurst University, an Educational Specialist degree in educational leadership, and a doctorate from St. Louis University, also in educational leadership.

Athletic prowess

The Antioch Middle School girls track team won the District Middle School Championship April 24, finishing the season undefeated. Earlier the team placed first in the Sunny Vale Relays, where the Spartans competed against teams from around the Kansas

This was the 24th consecutive year the Oak Park Science Olympiad team qualified for state competition, where they finished sixth overall. The Missouri Science Olympiad competition was held at the University of Missouri-Columbia in April. Individual top-five finishes included: • Second place — Water Quality: Janet Meier and Tyler Scott. • Third place — Dynamic Planet: Janet Meier and Maryssa Loehr; Rocks & Minerals: Janet Meier and Tyler Scott. • Fourth place — Astronomy: Justine Plummer and C.J. Upshulte; Gravity Vehicle: Randy Link and Sam Brown; Robot Arm: Dustin Gier and Peter Vu. • Fifth place — Remote Sensing: Randy Link and Sam Brown; Sounds of Music: Randy Link and Sam Brown. Other Oak Park members who helped the team to its sixth-place finish included Matt Pickert, Jessica Taylor, Andrew Ruth, Cherry Che, David Byrum and Ezra Mwaura. Alternates were Jasmine Scott, Lauren Grace, C.J. Bennett and Bryce Tafolla. Chris Goll, John Dedrick and Beth Hoff coach the team.

Excellence in Education

The Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce honored eight North Kansas City Schools staff members during the annual Excellence in Education Banquet held May 1 at the KCI-Expo Center. Winning the 2012

Christa McAuliffe Pioneer in Education Award was Dianne VanBallas, a sixth-grade communication arts and social studies teacher at New Mark Middle School. The award is given annually to the outstanding Northland educator who exhibits the kind of innovation, motivation and spirit demonstrated by the late Christa McAuliffe. Honored for Excellence in Classroom Teaching in North Kansas City Schools were Lisa Baldwin, fourth-grade teacher from Topping Elementary; Karen Cangelose, kindergarten teacher from Bell Prairie Elementary; Scott Osborn, social studies teacher from Northgate Middle School; and Carol Stockton, vocal music teacher from Chapel Hill Elementary. Honored for Excellence in Service to Education in North Kansas City Schools were Brenda McKenzie, administrative assistant at Bell Prairie Elementary; Eve Mulqueen, food service manager at Crestview Elementary; and Michelle Poppe, an instructional assistant at Ravenwood Elementary. Receiving $500 scholarships from member businesses were Hannah DeVries, North Kansas City High School, sponsored by Briarcliff Development; Andrew Ruth, Oak

Park High School, sponsored by VALIC Financial Advisors; Jade MorrisDerr, Winnetonka High School, sponsored by Zona Rosa; and Kristen Altenhofen, Staley High School, sponsored by Citi Cards. The chamber also recognized Gashland Baptist Church as the district’s Business in Support of Education and Eva Payne from Nashua Elementary School, as the district’s Volunteer in Support of Education. The annual banquet honors teaching and service in nine Northland school districts including Kearney R-1, Liberty, Martin Luther Academy, North Kansas City, Northland Catholic Schools, Park Hill, Platte County R-3, Smithville R-II and West Platte R-11.

Letters of intent

Five senior athletes from Winnetonka High School signed letters of intent on May 16 with representatives from their colleges and universities. The five include: Devin Burnworth, baseball, Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods; Marcus Gates, baseball, Maple Woods; Shane Hicks, Baseball, Missouri Valley College; Joseph Savoca, track, Bethany College; and Logan Willoughby, Volleyball, Metropolitan Community College-Longview.

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Gladstone Dispatch A13

Thursday, June 14, 2012

News in Brief

Nolte, Silvey support Corlew Sitting state Reps. Jerry Nolte and Ryan Silvey shared their support for House District 15 candidate Kevin Corlew at a recent campaign event. More than 65 people participated in an ice cream social June 3 in Gladstone’s Oak Grove Park, according to a press release. Guests included Nolte, Silvey and

Clay County Clerk Sheri Chapman. Corlew is the sole Republican candidate in the newly drawn Missouri House District 15, which encompasses Gladstone, parts of Kansas City North and the Oak villages. It is made up of parts of the districts represented by Nolte and Silvey over the past eight years. Corlew will face the winner of August’s three-way Democratic primary in the November general election.

Democrats Jon Carpenter, Shon Adamson and Carol Suter will face off in August for their party’s nomination. Nolte, a Republican who is running for Congress in the redrawn Congressional District 5, commented at the ice cream social that Corlew has “a better grasp of the issues” than other state representative candidates he has come across through the years. Silvey, a Republican who is running for Missouri Senate, stated that he thought

will gather for the KC Blue Wave Swim Team’s seventh annual Dad’s Day Dunk from Friday through Sunday, June 15 to 17, at the Vivion Road Family YMCA, 1101 NE 47th St. in Kansas City North. The long-course invitational meet over Father’s Day weekend is a dynamic sporting event open to the public, with free admission for spectators. In addition to providing families with an opportunity to enjoy the popular sport together, the event also provides an introduction to the Blue Wave Swim Team for young swimmers considering the sport. Blue Wave Swim Team is a year-round USAS/YMCA

Corlew would “be a great representative for the Northland.” Corlew declared economic opportunity and education among his priorities. He expressed support for a broad-based plan to reduce the tax rate on business income by 50 percent over five years. This, he said in the release, “would allow our area small businesses to take their hard-earned money and invest it in growth and creating more jobs.”

Blue Wave swim meet Nearly 500 local youths

competitive swim team. The summer roster is open for new swimmers. Any youth ages 5 to 18 can try out, and there is a pre-competitive club for beginners. Tryouts are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Spectator admission to the meet is free. Indoor air conditioned concessions available. For more information, visit www.KCBlueWave.com.

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Demolition continues for the new Antioch Crossing shopping center, where 450,000 square feet of space has been demolished on site to plan for the 20 to 30 future stores and restaurants that will locate there.

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DEMOLITION: Senior housing planned apartments are one of the things that have garnered national grocer that will be enormous excitement in coming in early next year,” the community. They will Horn said. “By late fall of be backing up to Chouteau this year we will be in a Trafficway immediately to position to announce some the east of the Burlington of the tenants that will be store,” Horn said. joining the development.” The positive feedback has Sixteen thousand square come from several open feet of office space and 96 forums Antioch Redevelunits of market-rate senior opment Partners LLC has housing will also be part of hosted with Northland the completed project. Neighborhoods Inc. for “The senior housing business and the residenContinued from Page A1

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tial community. “We have had several open forum presentations for various groups in the Northland and will continue to do so,” said Horn. “Often times at those meetings we try to open up to questions early on. We pay close attention to the feedback we are getting from the community.” Completion of Antioch Crossing is anticipated for 2015 or early 2016.

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Family-owned Acton’s Auto takes pride in repair work

BUSINESS Acton’s Auto Service is a family-owned automotive repair shop that’s been serving the Northland since the late 1940s. And in tough economic times like the country is experiencing right now, the staff knows how important it is for drivers to keep up with the maintenance of their vehicles, starting with regular oil changes and tire care. “By regularly servicing the car you’re driving now, you will save hundreds if not thousands of dollars throughout the next few years of your car’s life,” ac-

cording to owner Keith Acton and his staff. The Acton’s team works hard to create an honest, fair and convenient experience for their customers. The repair shop’s good reputation was built by Keith’s grandfather Oral Acton, who started the business in Avondale. Ted Acton, Keith’s father, bought the shop in 1957. In 1989, it passed to Keith. This long history of service means that many of the people who come to the shop are repeat customers or have been referred by longtime clients, Keith Acton said. “There are a lot of times when someone’s family had brought their car to us when my father owned the place,” he said. “Some of the customers I’ve known all my life from being at my father’s shop when I was a kid.” While car repairs are being made, staff members will provide transportation to and from work or home for customers within a 10-mile radius of their shop. Acton’s Auto Service is conveniently located near Interstate 35, at 4219 N.E. Antioch Road in Kansas City North. Customer convenience extends to a computerized bidding system that saves time and is more accurate than other ways of estimating the cost of jobs. Acton’s excellent customer service is complement-

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Thursday, June 14, 2012

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