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Officer's Parents Awarded $1.625 Million in a Settlement

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The parents of Officer Christopher Morton who died in an ambush in Clinton Missouri in 2018 was awarded $1.625 million dollars by Judge William Collins. Darrel and Tara Morton will receive $926.442.17 from the settlement and the rest will go to lawyers. 

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Raymore Welcomes New Medical Cannabis Dispensary

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RAYMORE, Missouri _ Missouri’s newest medical cannabis dispensary opened its doors today in the heart of Cass County.
The Source’s second Missouri retail location at 1905 W. Foxwood Dr. in Raymore welcomed its first customers at 10 a.m. Wednesday. More information, including hours of operation, available products and store directions can be found at www.thesource-mj.com.

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Cass County Full Time Maintenance Laborer

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The Cass County Road & Bridge Department is taking applications for a full-time maintenance laborer; duties to include routine maintenance of the county’s roadways, equipment, and facilities.

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Culvers is Now in Harrisonville

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Harrisonville is getting a delicious addition. Culvers of Harrisonville, will officially open on Monday, December 13 at 10:30 am. Culvers is known for its ButterBurgers and creamy Fresh Frozen Custard.
The restaurant, located at 1415 N Route 291 serves fast, casual food, cooked to order, meaning that the guests’ food is not made until after they order it. The location will be open 10:30 am – 10 pm apart from some holidays.

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Fatal Crash in Harrisonville

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Fatality crash in Cass County took the life of Michael Samani 66 of Lenexa Kansas on Tuesday, December 7th.

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Cass County Man Sues Coffee Company

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Folgers Coffee Company is being sued by Mark Smith, a Cass County man, and including the parent company J.M. Smucker Co. saying that the serving sizes are not accurate and don’t match the quantities listed on the coffee canister’s labels.
“It is a classic and unlawful bait-and-switch scheme that causes unsuspecting consumers to spend more money for less than the advertised amount of coffee they believe they are purchasing,” he said according to the lawsuit.

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