Spire shares energy saving tips as cooler weather approaches While natural gas is the most affordable form of energy, simple adjustments can help customers save even more ST. LOUIS (Sept. 22, 2021) — The first day of fall is here, and with cooler weather on the horizon, Spire is providing energy saving tips to help families stay warm while saving energy and money. Overall, choosing natural gas appliances and making adjustments to a home or business, can help customers save hundreds of dollars,
Blue Springs, Mo. – On Monday, September 20, the Blue Springs City Council voted to adopt the Fiscal Year 2021-22 annual budget of $83,531,171. The new budget will go into effect October 1, 2021. The 2021-22 budget focuses on delivering and enhancing important City services, improving our City’s infrastructure and parks system and taking care of the City’s employees. The Council has increased funding to improve the City’s streets by allocating an additional $4 million to the City’s Street
(Lee’s Summit, MO – September 2021) Summit Strength Physical Therapy is celebrating 20 years of treating patients in Lee’s Summit and Blue Springs. In 2001, Scott Knoche opened Summit Strength in Lee’s Summit with a primary focus to always provide One-on-One Therapy for every patient. In 2010, Summit Strength was named the Business of the Year by the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce. Over the past 20 years, Summit Strength has grown to 30 plus employees, including 16 clinicians providing therapy
Blue Springs, MO. Sept. 1, 2021 ― St. Mary’s Medical Center has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® Gold Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures to treat patients who suffer severe heart attacks more efficiently and rapidly. Gold Recognition Hospitals receiving the Get With The Guidelines® Gold Achievement Award have reached an aggressive goal of treating patients with 85 percent or higher compliance to core standard levels of care as outlined by
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 30, 2021 Contact: Chelsey Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org, (816) 645-4323 LOCAL BLOOD SHORTAGE REACHES EMERGENCY LEVELS AS DELTA FEARS LEAD TO DROP IN DONATIONS Region has dropped to a less than 3-day blood supply, similar to peak of pandemic KANSAS CITY – Community Blood Center (CBC) announced today that the blood shortage has reached emergency levels as fears of the COVID-19 Delta variant are leading to an even greater drop in donations. Though the region has
The Metropolitan Community College-Blue River Campus and the MCC Foundation would like to invite you to participate in the inaugural MCC Aiming for Success Trapshooting event scheduled for Saturday, October 9th at Lake Lotawana Sportsmen’s Club near Lake Lotawana, Missouri. This trapshooting tournament will bring together new and old friends of MCC from the region to benefit student scholarships from the Path Forward Campaign. Our goal is to raise $10,000+ in scholarships for students at the MCC-Blue River
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