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Local News

Student Poll Opportunity

Student Poll Opportunity

Students will have the opportunity to work at election polls for the next election.

 

Waste Into Wealth

Waste Into Wealth

Two East alumni plan to start composting business using worms.

 

The Metcalf Makeover

The Metcalf Makeover

Developer plans to revitalize empty Metcalf South areas.

 

2015 Shooting Stars Finalists Announced

2015 Shooting Stars Finalists Announced

The finalists for the 2015 Shooting Stars Program have been announced, and include seven East students.

 

Country Club Conversion

Country Club Conversion

Developers release potential plans to convert former Meadowbrook Country Club into an 88-acre park.

 

Girls Leadership Program Involves East Students

Girls Leadership Program Involves East Students

The Girls Leadership Program, which works with local schools and charities, is looking for members for next year’s board.

 

Five Things You Need To Know — Feb. 17

Five Things You Need To Know — Feb. 17

From “S.N.L. 40″ to AT&T in Kansas City, we’ve got the news you need to know this week.

 

Fizzing Out

Fizzing Out

As soda sales drop, students opt for healthier beverage options

 

Local Fire Pit Causes Controversy

Local Fire Pit Causes Controversy

A fire pit built locally violates city code, but a City Council vote will allow it to remain in use.

 

Five Things You Need To Know — Feb. 2

Five Things You Need To Know — Feb. 2

From football to basketball to Punxsutawney Phil’s 2015 weather prediction, we’ve got the five news stories you should know about this week.

 

Gas Slash

Gas Slash

Kansas City embraces the U.S. gas price drop, while having the lowest prices in the country.

 

Unidentified Virus Found In Kansas

Unidentified Virus Found In Kansas

A patient of KU Medical Center recently passed away from the newly discovered Bourbon virus.