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Summit Homes offers low-maintenance living during Home Hunt KC | The Kansas City Star

This weekend during Home Hunt KC, Summit Homes will feature ranch-style villa homes in three premier low-maintenance communities.

Home Hunt KC 2018 gives families looking for a new home in Kansas City a unique opportunity to tour Kansas City’s largest selection of move-in ready homes. Summit is showcasing more than 100 homes located throughout all areas of the Kansas City metro from Shawnee to Lee’s Summit, the Northland down to Raymore with prices ranging from the $280s – $500s.

Homes will be open for free tours to the public Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Move-in ready luxury homes from Summit’s award-winning Villa Collection are available in the low-maintenance Villas of Parkwood, located in Lee’s Summit south of MO-150 between Pryor and Ward Road...

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Stag’s Creek office building revitalizes gateway into eastern Shawnee

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The new Stag’s Creek office building, at the northwest corner of Shawnee Mission Parkway and Goddard, is set to open for business April 2.

For several years, it was a decayed and neglected commercial pocket nestled in one of the metro area’s busiest corridors.

As drivers soared west down Shawnee Mission Parkway, into the city limits, they were greeted by the sight of abandoned restaurants, vacant storefronts and a crumbling strip mall at the northwest intersection of Goddard.

That eyesore is now a memory.

Sitting prominently in its place is the brand new Stag’s Creek development, which features two new dining establishments and a sparkling new office building.

Raising Cane’s, a popular chicken strip restaurant, opened last summer and Andy’s Frozen Custard op...

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Floyd Thomas Holscher

Floyd Thomas Holscher, entered into rest on Monday, March 19, 2018 at Holiday Resort Health and Rehabilitation, Salina, KS at the age of 99.

He was born on December 5, 1918 in Council Grove, Kansas to John L. and Dollie M. (Robinson) Holscher.

Floyd married the love of his life Geraldine Nobert in Wichita, Kansas on June 1, 1946. She preceded him in death on February 17, 2018.

He was a former resident of Denver, CO., Wichita, KS, Ada, OK, and Abilene, KS.

Floyd retired as Senior Cost Engineer from Rockwell International Denver, Colorado. Floyd was plant superintendent for Forster Manufacturing in Ada, Oklahoma. He was a Sales Engineer with J.B. Ehrsam Abilene, Kansas. Floyd also worked for Boeing Manufacturing in Wichita, Kansas.

He was a lifetime member of Knights of Columbus and also a l...

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