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Local News

Faking Their ID’s

Faking Their ID’s

As the East area experiences a rise in fake ID usage, The Harbinger examines why fake ID’s are rising in prevalence for high school students.

 

Police to Watch for Texting and Driving

Police to Watch for Texting and Driving

A state initiative causes police to focus on texting and driving, particularly in high school students.

 

Three Killed During Shooting in Overland Park

Three Killed During Shooting in Overland Park

After a shooting at the Jewish Community Center and the Village Shalom senior living facility, three people have died and one remains in critical condition.

 

Indian Mission Struggles Without Volunteers

Indian Mission Struggles Without Volunteers

Senior Will Mitchell is working to bring awareness to the Shawnee Mission Indian Historical Site in Fairway, Kan.

 

Local Earth Fair Promotes Sustainability

Local Earth Fair Promotes Sustainability

The annual Prairie Village Earth Fair will be held this Saturday, April 12, in the East gymnasium.

 

Students Affected by Various Curfews

Students Affected by Various Curfews

With summer approaching, students should be aware of the curfews that will be enforced in the Plaza and Village shopping areas.

 

Sophomore’s PTA Reflections Essay Moves on to National Judging

Sophomore’s PTA Reflections Essay Moves on to National Judging

Sophomore Will Bledsoe’s PTA literature reflections essay on his upcoming trip with the AMIGOS program makes it to the national level of judging.

 

Police Monitor Seatbelts on Students

Police Monitor Seatbelts on Students

The Kansas Highway Patrol are teaming up with law enforcement agencies for their annual campaign to make sure all high school students are buckling up each time they drive. From Monday, Feb. 24 to Friday, March 7, anyone caught not wearing their seatbelt will be issued a citation.

 

SMSD Board Passes Education Improvements

SMSD Board Passes Education Improvements

The latest technology improvements, including laptops for every student, were approved at the SMSD Board meeting last night.

 

Nominate Sweetheart King and Queen

Nominate Sweetheart King and Queen

Seniors can nominate their Sweetheart Court through the link provided. The Sweetheart King and Queen will be crowned at the Sweetheart game and dance.

 

Progress in Village Shopping Center Continues

Progress in Village Shopping Center Continues

The Village Shopping Center is continuing with construction and adding new shops, including a new Starbucks and Einstein Bros. Bagels.

 

Mission Chateau Decision Reached

Mission Chateau Decision Reached

The Mission Chateau project proposal has been approved by the Prairie Village City Council with a 7-6 vote.