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Edwardsville apartment fire death under investigation

A person was found dead inside an Edwardsville, Kansas, apartment in a fire about 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 7, in the 500 block of South 4th Street.

According to an Edwardsville police spokesman, arson investigators from the Kansas City, Kansas, Fire Department were called to assist Edwardsville police and fire with an investigation. The cause of death and origin of the fire are unknown, according to the spokesman.

Firefighters and police responded to the call at the Sandstone Apartment complex, and the Bonner Springs Fire Department was called to assist, the spokesman stated.

No other persons were hurt during the fire, according to the spokesman.

Elementary school lunch menus

All menus from all districts subject to change.

Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools
Monday, March 6
Pork ribette sandwich, seasoned green beans, baby carrots, diced pears, fruit salad and milk. Alternate entrees: Uncrutable sandwich, fruit salad, yogurt muffin basket.
Tuesday, March 7
Chicken nuggets, roll, tater tots, cucumber slices, mandarin oranges, fruit salad and milk. Alternate entrees: Southwestern chef salad, hummus plate, yogurt parfait.
Wednesday, March 8
Chicken and waffles, broccoli, grape tomatoes, orange wedges, fruit salad and milk. Alternate entrees: Garden chef salad, fruit salad, yogurt muffin basket.
Thursday, March 9
Homestyle chili, fritos, garden salad, banana, fruit salad and milk. Alternate entrees: Southwestern chef salad, hummus plate, yogurt parfait.
Friday, March 10
No school.

Turner Public School
Monday, March 6
Lasagna with Italian bread; chicken patty on a bun, garden salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit; Italian chef salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit, Italian bread.
Tuesday, March 7
Cheeseburger; grilled chicken sandwich, garden salad, French fries, fruit, orange pineapple mix; vegetarian chef salad, French fries, fruit, orange pineapple mix, fruit streusel muffin.
Wednesday, March 8
Chicken patty; baked ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, fruit, pears, roll; chicken Caesar salad, corn pears, fruit, roll.
Thursday, March 9
Pepperoni pizza; peanut butter and jelly with yogurt, baby carrots with dip, garden salad, applesauce, fruit; popcorn chicken salad, baby carrots with dip, applesauce, fruit, fruit streusel muffin.
Friday, March 10
No school.

Piper Public Schools
Monday, March 6
Lasagna with Italian bread; chicken patty on a bun, garden salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit; Italian chef salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit, Italian bread.
Tuesday, March 7
Soft tacos; pizza quesadilla, garden salad, beans, fruit, orange pineapple mix; taco salad, beans, fruit, orange pineapple mix, cornbread.
Wednesday, March 8
Chicken patty; baked ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, fruit, pears, roll; chicken Caesar salad, corn pears, fruit, roll.
Thursday, March 9
Cheeseburger; grilled chicken sandwich, French fries, garden salad, applesauce, fruit; Cobb salad, applesauce, fruit, fruit streusel muffin.
Friday, March 10
Pepperoni pizza; peanut butter and jelly with yogurt, garden salad, baby carrots with dip, strawberry banana mix, fruit; popcorn chicken salad, baby carrots with dip, strawberry banana mix, fruit, fruit streusel muffin.

Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Public Schools
Monday, March 6
Lasagna with Italian bread; grilled ham and cheese sandwich, garden salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit; Italian chef salad, cheesy cauliflower popcorn, peaches, fruit, Italian bread.
Tuesday, March 7
Korean barbecue pork tacos; pizza quesadilla, garden salad, beans, fruit, orange pineapple mix; taco salad, beans, fruit, orange pineapple mix, cornbread.
Wednesday, March 8
Chicken patty; meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, fruit, pears, roll; chicken Caesar salad, corn pears, fruit, roll.
Thursday, March 9
Cheeseburger; Philly cheesesteak sub, French fries, garden salad, applesauce, fruit; Cobb salad, applesauce, fruit, fruit streusel muffin.
Friday, March 10
Pepperoni pizza; sun butter and jelly sandwich with yogurt; fish sandwich, garden salad, baby carrots with dip, strawberry banana mix, fruit; popcorn chicken salad, baby carrots with dip, strawberry banana mix, fruit, fruit streusel muffin.

Several Wyandotte County students on KU honor roll

Approximately 5,400 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2016 semester.

The students, from KU’s Lawrence and Edwards campuses and the schools of Health Professions and Nursing in Kansas City, Kan., represent 91 of 105 Kansas counties, 48 other states and territories, and 39 other countries.

The honor roll comprises undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the schools of Architecture, Design and Planning; Business; Education; Engineering; Health Professions; Journalism; Music; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Social Welfare. Honor roll criteria vary among the university’s academic units.

Some schools honor the top 10 percent of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average, and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.

Students on the honor roll from Wyandotte County included:

Bonner Springs:
Mason Hurla, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Patrick McKechnie, Bonner Springs, School of the Arts
Emily Miller, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Quinn Richert, Bonner Springs, School of Business
Chad Uhl, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mario Vlasic, Bonner Springs, School of Business and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Edwardsville:
Luciano Fasani Ortiz, Edwardsville, School of Engineering
Sierra Seacat, Edwardsville, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Courtney Wheeler, Edwardsville, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Education

Kansas City, Kan.:
Mousa Alabbad, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions
Giselle Almodovar, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Brandon Apperson, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Tamara Arndt, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare
Ibrahima Bah, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Brittany Baumli, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Cheyenne Brown, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Monica Cabrera, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare
Rachel Carver, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts
Mollie Chapin-Patch, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education
Tristan Coker, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing
Arthur Collins, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Angel Craig, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Shannon Daze, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Stephanie Doleshal, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Denae Douglas, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering
Conner Emberlin, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Morgan Fletchall, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Alex Flores, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing
Jessica Garcia, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing
Elizabeth Gilbert, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Karla Gonzalez, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Junelhy Gutierrez-Garcia, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare
Lena Hartmayer, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Angel Hiatt, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Carolina Jimenez-Garcia, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Mija Jones, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts
Jena Klaas, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sang Lau, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Madelin Lemus-Espinoza, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Janice Levina, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Tara McCoy, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy
Faith Miller, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Luke Miller, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Natalie Moon, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Aaron Morris, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Daniel Murga, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering
Emma Murrugarra, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Isaac Nevarez, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy
Tyler Nguyen, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Leah O’Brien, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare
Nathaniel Orel, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering
Jamie Redic, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing
Elizabeth Reynolds, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Marcus Robinson, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Nadia Rodriguez, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Maria Rodriguez, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
John Russell, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering
Raul Saenz, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Julianne Seaver, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy
Gordon Sheldon, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business
Mackenzie Schuley, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Shelby Slater-Marksbury, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Keegan Sparks, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Colby Spiess, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Olivia Vaca, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Viviana Velez Aguilera, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Melinda Vongphrachanh, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy
Christian Wagner, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sydney Webb, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions
Brooke Wietharn, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Adora Yang, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mary Yang, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Daniel Zolotor, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering
Ethan Zolotor, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering.