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  • Kansas City Museum has first round of installations for newly renovated building

    June 23rd, 2021
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    Tatum Goetting Editorial Assistant Since its opening in 1940, The Kansas City Museum has been a destination for class field […]


    Piles of trash and illegal dumping continue to be a problem in Northeast

    June 23rd, 2021
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    Lexi Garcia Tatum Goetting Corbin Smith At the east and west gateways to the Historic Northeast, piles of trash serve […]


    Civil engineers and the City meet with community members to discuss street improvements

    June 23rd, 2021
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    Corbin Smith Editorial Assistant Kansas City residents were invited to a community meeting on June 16 to discuss possible improvements […]


    Kansas City Museum’s Corinthian Hall renovation earns preservation award

    June 23rd, 2021
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    Abby Hoover Managing Editor The Kansas City Museum’s $22 million renovation of Corinthian Hall is gaining statewide attention as a […]


    Local organizations engage community through World Refugee Day clinic and celebration

    June 23rd, 2021
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    Corbin Smith Editorial Assistant Undoubtedly, this year’s World Refugee Day celebration was another unorthodox event. With COVID-19 slowly loosening its […]


    KC Health Dept: COVID’s Delta variant surges in Missouri

    June 22nd, 2021
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    Kansas City, Mo., leaders urged residents Tuesday to take the Delta variant of COVID-19 seriously. According to the Kansas City […]


    Kansas City celebrates Make Music Day

    June 21st, 2021
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    On the longest day of the year, Kansas City, Mo., will participate in its first annual city-wide Make Music Day […]


    Northeast Weekend Events

    June 18th, 2021
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    Don’t miss out on these events around Historic Northeast this weekend! Have something to add to our community calendar? Email […]


  • Civil engineers meet with community to discuss 8th and Woodland street improvements

    June 17th, 2021
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    By Corbin Smith, Editorial Assistant Kansas City residents were invited to a community meeting on June 16 to discuss possible […]


    Kansas City Museum has first round of installations for newly renovated building

    June 16th, 2021
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    By Tatum Goetting, Editorial Assistant Since its opening in 1940, The Kansas City Museum has been a destination for class […]


    Funding for Cliff Drive, other infrastructure projects on the horizon

    June 16th, 2021
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    Corbin Smith Editorial Assistant United States Representative Emanuel Cleaver II announced that the INVEST in America Act being considered by […]


    Former police training center becomes artist studios

    June 16th, 2021
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    Lexi Garcia Editorial Assistant In the coming weeks, a new building will be reopening in Northeast where local artists can […]


    “A PLACE TO CALL HOME”

    June 16th, 2021
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    Abby HooverManaging Editor Indian Mound resident Tina Farber celebrated the completion of her house this weekend thanks to Jerusalem Farms […]


    Kansas City Design Center students to re-imagine Kessler Park reservoir

    June 16th, 2021
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    Abby Hoover Managing Editor Kessler Park’s reservoir, abandoned since 1931, will be the subject of the latest reimagination project from […]


    Gov. Parson signs bill creating statewide prescription drug monitoring program in Missouri

    June 16th, 2021
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    Tatum Goetting Editorial Assistant Governor Mike Parson signed SB 63 into law June 7, which creates a statewide prescription drug […]


    Neighbors tackle trash on Cliff Drive

    June 16th, 2021
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    Abby Hoover Managing Editor Volunteers led by Indian Mound resident Brett Shoffner of Nomad Trails Development returned to Cliff Drive […]


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