Wed, Oct

Pleasant Hill Snow Alert

Friday Night: 28 degrees, rain...mixing with snow overnight. Low 28F. ENE winds at 5 to 10 mph, increasing to 15 to 25 mph. Chance of precip 100%. Snow accumulating 1 to 3 inches.
Saturday: 32 degrees, snow, and gusty winds during the morning will taper off and give way to cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 32F. Winds NNE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 90%. Snowfall around one inch. Higher wind gusts are possible.

Forecast of Rain, Snow, and Sleet for New Year's Eve


The Pleasant Hill forecast calls for rain and sleet likely on Friday night mixed with freezing rain before 2 a.m., then freezing rain likely, possibly mixed with sleet. It will be cloudy, with a low of around 22.

Read more: Forecast of Rain, Snow, and Sleet for New Year's Eve

Beards for Charity


The Pleasant Hill Police department grew beards for charity in November and December of this year.  Policemen are usually not allowed to grow a beard but they are to be clean-cut, but the department is making an exception for charity.  The officers can grow a beard but they have to pay $30 per month to a charity.  Then policemen were excited about the event and having fun. The day we took the picture, Seargent Burris said he was going to shave that night.  Policemen around the country are participating in the event to raise money for their favorite causes.  

Raymore's Skating Rink Vandalized


According to the City of Raymore and Raymore Parks and Rec, the Rink at T.B. Hanna Station was vandalized.  The city had to close the rink until December 29th.  There were many looking forward to using the rink and were disappointed. "Wow we were really looking forward to going skating tonight," said one of the posts on Raymore city's social media page. 
The rink is usually open Sunday through Thursday from 1 to 7 p.m.  Skate rentals are $5 per person or purchase a season pass for $25 per person. Learn more, including how to rent the space for a private event, at www.raymore.com/skate.

Officer Honored for Service


Pleasant Hill Cares honored Officer Dusty Hancock as 2021 First Responder of the Year.  He was recognized for his honorable and courageous service to the community.  Dennis Woods presented the award to Hancock at the Pleasant Hill Police Station and read the police report of when the officer risked his life at a scene of a truck fire.  

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