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Tuesday, February 04 2014

Three alternate Thursdays beginning Feb 13th: 2/13, 2/27 & 3/13, from 6:30-8:30pm. $10 is suggested donation for room space.

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Tuesday, February 04 2014

A draft plan for seven conservation areas with ties to the Kansas City metro area will be available for public comment through Feb. 28. The areas include Liberty Bend Conservation Area, Lipton Conservation Area, Maple Woods Natural Area, Rush Creek Conservation Area, Saeger Woods Conservation Area, Walnut Woods Conservation Area and White Alloe Creek Conservation Area.

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Tuesday, February 04 2014

More than 88 percent of the spending attributable to the Riverways that fuels the local economy is by visitors from outside the region.

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Tuesday, February 04 2014

Take advantage of the Library Edition of the popular genealogy resource, It is free to use at any library branch.

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