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A Peculiar man is now a little richer after purchasing a Missouri Lottery Show Me Cash ticket for August 31st. The Quick Pick ticket was purchased at Casey's General Store on 163rd in Belton. When he stopped by the store to see if he had won, he was in shock.

The winning numbers were 12, 19, 22, 34, and 38 and were on one of two winning tickets. The whole jackpot was worth $323,000 and each winner gets to take home half.
Show Me Cash is drawn daily at 8:59 p.m.

Cass County Democrats organized the Cass Rocks event, a sporting clays shootout that was held at Polecat Creek Park in Harrisonville, MO on Oct. 16. Coach Jared Foster of the Raymore Peculiar High School Shooting Club said the donation will be matched by a separate group giving the team $2,000 toward expenses for the coming season. The event was open to everyone and shooters from area college teams also participated. The day also included trapping demonstrations, auctions, and BBQ. Other funds raised at this event will help the Cass Democrats support local community service programs. Organizers say the event is set to take place every year with a different local team chosen as the target donation group each year.

This View from the Hill podcast is with Shelby Teufel who also happens to be the Pleasant Hill City Administrator. Every week, we will be interviewing someone different from Pleasant Hill. Come enjoy getting to know someone new every week. Get Connected with View from the Hill. View from the Hill is sponsored by Goppert Bank.

Pleasant Hill Cares, with the help of their sponsors, continues to meet the needs and wants of the Pleasant Hill First Responders! A cooler was donated to keep in each of the emergency vehicles, whether it be to keep their own snacks and drinks cold, or to have something available for someone in an emergency situation.

Pleasant Hill CARES  is a non-profit organization created to express appreciation for the first responders who serve our community, including the Pleasant Hill Police Department, Pleasant Hill Fire Protection District, Cass County Sheriff's Office, and the Missouri Highway Patrol.

It is said that ‘home is where the heart is,’ it is a place of safety and longevity. Some homes, however, may tell a different tale if its walls could talk. Is a home shaped by its inhabitants and do the memories that echo within the rooms of its walls become a frozen time capsule? Some stories suggest that is the case. I’m your guide, Christina Sommer and I invite you to take a seat in the assembly hall of memories.

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