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Post candidate forums ahead of fall elections begin tonight

Post editor Kyle Palmer moderating a candidate forum.

The Shawnee Mission Post and Blue Valley Post’s series of forums for the candidates running to represent Johnson Countians in this fall’s elections commence tonight. Editor Kyle Palmer will moderate

The Shawnee Mission Post and Blue Valley Post’s series of forums for the candidates running to represent Johnson Countians in this fall’s elections commence tonight. Editor Kyle Palmer will moderate



See who made the cut for the Best of Johnson County final voting round

We had 30,000 nominations poured in for the inaugural Best of Johnson County’s opening round, with residents putting up hundreds of local businesses for recognition in categories from best ice

We had 30,000 nominations poured in for the inaugural Best of Johnson County’s opening round, with residents putting up hundreds of local businesses for recognition in categories from best ice


Your daily planner for Thursday, July 7

Hello everyone! Jay here with a quick look at some of the big items on Thursday’s calendar and a few noteworthy items from around the area. Forecast: 🌤️ High: 95.

Hello everyone! Jay here with a quick look at some of the big items on Thursday’s calendar and a few noteworthy items from around the area. Forecast: 🌤️ High: 95.


National Weather Service issues extreme heat advisory through 11 p.m. Thursday in Johnson County

The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued an excessive heat warning for Johnson County through 11 p.m. Thursday. How hot? The NWS is predicting “dangerously hot conditions with

The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued an excessive heat warning for Johnson County through 11 p.m. Thursday. How hot? The NWS is predicting “dangerously hot conditions with






With winter near, Johnson County health director urges against lax COVID-19 precautions

COVID-19 rates and metrics continue to trend downward in Johnson County but Johnson County Department of Health and Environment officials continue to caution against lax precautions in schools and encourage

COVID-19 rates and metrics continue to trend downward in Johnson County but Johnson County Department of Health and Environment officials continue to caution against lax precautions in schools and encourage