The Prairie Village Police Department has bought several new gadgets, such as electronic ticket writing, electronic fingerprinting, license plate reading devices and new Sports Utility Vehicle, to increase the efficiency and productivity of the police department.
Indian Hills Middle School has recently joined the “Love is Louder” campaign to stop the spread of bullying. They became a part of the campaign after a visit from Cameron Ernst, a musician who is taking the campaign on the road.
JoLynn Hobbs has spent years trying to have a park created in the neighborhood near her home. However, the park and its safety has raised issues that have caused a controversy throughout the community.
East teachers and faculty are preparing for new restrictions for state tests and their results. The restrictions, called AMO’s, are focused on annual measurable objectives.
The Tutera Group has changed the original plan for the property where Mission Valley Middle School used to be in response to protests from the surrounding community.
Social studies teacher David Muhammad is the sponsor for Coalition and wants to help drop off Toms shoes for children in need in countries where shoes aren’t readily available. If he gets the most votes he’ll be able to travel to a country free of charge where he’ll personally help give shoes to the children.
The home at 4020 on 75th street was raided by the Prairie Village and Overland Park Police Departments, with support from the Johnson County Medivac, for suspicion of drug related illegal activity.
Twin brothers Austin and Zach Hurst graduated from East in 2005 and since then have become the owners of several successful businesses. Their latest business venture is purchasing the Hostess brands. They are in the final stages of bidding for the company.
At the basketball game Feb. 5 against Olathe South, Bret Miller gave a presentation about building awareness and early detection of breast cancer, after being cancer-free for two years.
A look at the new women’s professional soccer team, FC Kansas City. The team is part of the National Women’s Soccer League and is going to begin their season this spring.
The 47 year tradition on Falmouth street comes to an end as Mike Babick faces complications with the city of Prairie Village.
The first annual World Language Summit will be held tonight to highlight the eight language program the district provides.The event starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be located at the Indian Creek Technology Center.