County News

Communications Director


Angie Jeffries AJeffries@jacksongov.org 816-881-1391 (o) • 816-878-1930 (c) • Current News Releases & Media Advisories
  1. Jackson County Executive Appoints Children’s Services Fund Board of Directors

    Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. issued an Executive Order appointing the first board of directors of the Jackson County’s Community Children’s Services Fund. Additional Info...
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    Drug Task Force Wins 2016 Outstanding Cooperative Effort Award

    On March 2, the Jackson County Drug Task Force was recognized as the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Cooperative Effort Award. This award recognizes multi-agency cooperation and coordination among Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Additional Info...
  3. Yard Waste Collection Center Opens

    The Eastern Jackson County Yard Waste Collection Center will be extending operation hours. Starting March 7th the Yard Waste Collection Center will be open Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.. Read on...
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    Teesha Miller Named Director of PDMP

    Teesha Miller will be taking on the position of director of the county’s new Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. Additional Info...
  5. A Place For All People Brief

    County Featuring Smithsonian Poster Exhibition

    During Black History Month, Jackson County is showcasing posters from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture inside the first-floor lobby of courthouse in downtown Kansas City. > MORE
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  1. Jackson County Responds to March 23 Inmate Incident

  2. Jackson County Executive Appoints Children’s Services Fund Board of Directors

    Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. issued an Executive Order appointing the first board of directors of the Jackson County’s Community Children’s Services Fund. Additional Info...
  3. Rock Island Rail Corridor Authority & KCATA Public Open House Meetings

    Meetings planned for Kansas City, Lee’s Summit and Raytown Read on...
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