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    First CID rebate checks issued

      By Michael Bushnell Northeast News October 6, 2105 Representatives and Board members of the Independence Avenue today issued the […]

    Trail work continues along Cliff Drive Scenic Byway

    Michael Bushnell Northeast News Oct. 1, 2015 KANSAS CITY, Missouri — How did VML celebrate VML Worldwide Foundation Day? With […]

    HUD awards Kansas City with $30 million grant

    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Say goodbye to Chouteau Courts. On Monday, Sept. 28, during a stop in Kansas City, Julián Castro, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and

  • Racing in Smithville

    September 9th, 2015

    Northeast News The Kansas City-Smithville Race Track grandstands and the first turn are pictured on this postcard published by the Auburn Greeting Card Company in the 1920s.

    Labor Day holiday weekend honors workers both past and present

    September 1st, 2015

    Northeast News With the Labor Day holiday on Monday, we pay homage to the greatest workforce on the face of the earth with this Real Photo Postcard published in 1910.

    Central served those seeking education

    August 25th, 2015

    Northeast News Published by the Elite Postcard Company, this color postcard shows Central High School that once stood at the corner of 11th and Locust Streets downtown.
    Originally opened in September

    The Chester steams through MO history

    August 18th, 2015

    Northeast News This Fred Harvey postcard shows a scene near the Municipal Wharf at First and Main Streets.

    Power and light building: An Art Deco icon

    August 11th, 2015

    Northeast News The Kansas City Power and Light building is arguably one of the finest examples of Art-Deco architecture in the country, rivaled only by the Chrysler Building in New

  • Thacher Elementary now rubble & memories

    August 4th, 2015

    Northeast News Louin Kennedy Thacher was born in Hornellsville, New York, and immigrated to the Kansas City area in the mid 1850s to take advantage of the huge land boom.

    Gayety Theater once took center stage

    July 28th, 2015

    Northeast News Built of reinforced concrete and ornamental brick at a cost of $115,000, the Gayety Theater stood on the former site of the A.W. Armour home, one of the

    From the Black Hills to the Blacktop, the Sturgis Rally endures

    July 21st, 2015

    Northeast News Aug. 3, 2015, marks the beginning of the 75th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

    Castle Hahatonka serves as an oasis from hectic city living

    July 14th, 2015

    Northeast News “Here I will spend my leisure, secure from the worries of business and the excitement of city life.

    Legend lives on at Lover’s Leap

    July 7th, 2015

    Northeast News Near the confluence of the Niangua and Osage Rivers along the south shore of the Lake of the Ozarks — mile marker 31.5 — a prominent bluff, said