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About: independence, missouri

Located on the south bank of the Missouri River, near the western edge of the state, Independence was originally inhabited by Missouri and Osage Indians, followed by the Spanish and a brief French tenure. It became part of the U.S. with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Lewis and Clark recorded in their journals that they stopped in 1804 to pick plums, raspberries, and wild apples at a site that later became part of the city.

Population: 121212
Local Newspapers: The Examiner The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB)
Local Colleges: Graceland University Blue River Community College

Zip Codes associated with independence, missouri: 64050 64052 64053 64054 64055 64056 64057 64058
Towns/Cities near independence, missouri : Buckner Raytown Kansas City Blue Springs Lee's Summit

Independence News
Student Tries To Sell High School On Craigslist In Graduation Prank

INDEPENDENCE, MO - A Missouri student has been banned from walking in his high school graduation after a senior prank was misinterpreted as a "threat" against the school. Kylan Scheele of Truman High School says he was trying to find a final school prank that wouldn't get too out of control.

For new CEO, Centerpoint Medical Center job means coming home to KC

Bret Kolman is returning to Kansas City, where he lived more than 20 years, to lead one of its largest hospitals.

Pioneer Days teaches immigrant history with fun and games

David Vixie, a seventh and eighth grade teacher at Paradise Adventist Academy organized the Pioneer Days event with help of his wife Karen Vixie. Vixie and eight graders brainstormed the aspects of life and what they looked like in the 1800s and utilized the curriculum to create the Pioneer Days.

May 18 Crash Reports

At 4:10 p.m., Emily R. Worts, 37, was driving north on state Route 131 less than a mile south of Northwest 1000th Road, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. Her vehicle traveled off the roadway and overturned, coming a rest on the passenger side.

Longtime Jackson County Legislator Dennis Waits Won't Seek Reelection

An important milestone at the Courthouse and a major opponent of Exec Frank White's Administration decides against keeping up the fight. Here's the story: Background: Waits, a Democrat, had filed seven weeks ago to run for a ninth term in a district that includes most of Independence.

May 16 Crash Reports

Madalyn G. McKay, 18, of Boonville, attempted to make a left turn from eastbound Route Y and failed to yield to Arlene F. Schlesselman, 87, of Cole Camp, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. Schlesselman's vehicle then struck the side of McKay's vehicle.

Commencement Crowns Excellent Year For CMU

The ultimate celebration for students at Central Methodist University occurred on Saturday, May 12, when 411 students graduated on the Fayette campus. Students earned master's, bachelor's, and associate degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in Fayette and the College of Graduate and Extended Studies across the state and online.

Shame!!! Jackson County Remains Nation's Meth Capital

Thanks to local radio news for translating the propaganda and offering a bit of perspective at least in the headline . . . Government info touts crackdown effort but anybody who has ever visited Independence, MO understands that crystal is in abundant supply.

Kansas City Friday News & Weed Pr0n

In this Friday link blast we offer a peek at some of the top Kansas City tidbits from the morning news cycle and then polish it off with an "adult" trend that involves double passions for Internets stoners. Take a peek: Every day police officers across the country put their lives on the line to protect us - some even going beyond the call of duty.

Police investigating late night homicide in KCK

Three months after an Applebee's location in Independence closed following a racial profiling episode, the chain is suing a Kansas City franchise owner. Three months after an Applebee's location in Independence closed following a racial profiling episode, the chain is suing a Kansas City franchise owner.

In lawsuit, Applebee's seeks $11 million in damages following closure in 7 metro locations

Three months after an Applebee's location in Independence closed following a racial profiling episode, the chain is suing a Kansas City franchise owner. The lawsuit claims the "controversial and high-profile" February closing of the Independence Applebee's location caused "significant brand and reputational damage" to Applebee's.

Meth Town Po-Po Chief Confronts #Metoo Allegations

Serious charges and a sign of the times as a social movement and serious accusations now undermines a local law enforcement official. Read more: INDEPENDENCE, Mo.

Waters wins on Truman

Tom Waters of Independence, MO found that bite bringing 14.25 lbs. to the scales and took the win.

MO: More Surveillance for Troubled Spot

May 08--The bus stop at Blue Ridge Crossing, a busy commercial district at the Independence-Kansas City border that also has been a crime hot spot, now has a 24-hour video surveillance. In addition, two Jackson County sheriff deputies have been assigned to the location to respond to calls originating from the bus stop on the far end of the Wal-Mart parking lot, which sits right on the border.

Hottie Having Harsh Times Killed In Crash

A 23-year-old Independence woman was struck by a car and killed Sunday on Interstate 70 when she was highly distressed and ran into traffic, her mother said.

Renewable Energy Purchase Agreement: 8th Circuit Court of Appeals...

The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit addressed in a May 2nd opinion a dispute between a wind-energy supplier and a municipal electric system. See Smoky Hills Wind Project II, LLC v.

Joseph William Jelinek Jr.

Survivors include: four sons and two daughters-in-law, Joseph Daniel Jelinek of Deepwater, Jason and Jennifer Jelinek of Deepwater, Ryan and Sierra Jelinek of Las Vegas, and Kevin Jelinek of Lee's Summit; one brother and sister-in-law, Gary and Tonja Jelinek of Independence; and four grandchildren, Joey Bradley Jelinek, Bailey Jelinek, Riley Jelinek and Brooke Jelinek. Joseph was raised in Independence and graduated from William Chrisman High School.

Police identify Independence woman hit, killed on Eb I-70 near Little Blue Parkway

Officers were originally called to the parking lot of Children's Mercy, located at 20300 E Valley View Parkway, about a verbal disturbance between two people.

Americans have been through worse. Here's how to survive the Donald Trump era.

Americans have always survived even the most divisive presidents and eras. Here's how to enlist on the side of the angels in the time of Donald Trump.

Man arrested after flipping stolen truck while fleeing deputies in Jackson County

Authorities have taken a man into custody after he flipped a stolen truck while fleeing from sheriff's deputies on Thursday night. The crash happened at about 10:30 a.m. near E Winner Road and Donnelly Avenue in Kansas City, MO.

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