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  • Faces Of Elmwood Cemetery

    October 7th, 2020

    Since 1872, Elmwood Cemetery at 4900 E. Truman Rd. has been the final resting place for many notable people that […]

    Remember This? Rulers

    September 30th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Ruler fight? Touché! Many school supplies inside the grade school desk provided options for the creative-minded student. […]

    Remember This? Protractor & Compass

    September 23rd, 2020

    Cool tools for school, useful for math class and art class too. The protractor was first used by mariners to […]

    Remember This? Art supplies

    September 16th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor When the “father of the American Christmas card” needed art supplies for his young daughter, he started […]

    REMEMBER THIS? School boxes

    September 9th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Can you fit all your school supplies inside a cigar box? Elementary school students in the 1960’s […]

    Faces Of Northeast: Margarita Freidman

    September 2nd, 2020

    Our Face of the Northeast this week is Margarita Freidman, a new resident in the Pendleton ArtsBlock, 2300 Independence Ave. […]

    Remember This? Driver’s Education Text Books

    September 2nd, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Teenagers, would you like to study a 438-page textbook before you obtained your driver’s license? This high […]

    Remember This? Commemorative Stamps

    August 26th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor The 100th Anniversary of professional baseball was commemorated with this six cent stamp issued in 1969. In […]

  • Remember this? Darts

    August 19th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Play baseball indoors, in any weather, with this special-designed dartboard. Added to the reverse of a standard […]

    Remember This? Yogi Bear

    August 12th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Hey, hey, hey, it’s Yogi! Whether Yogi is a catcher with the New York Yankees or a […]

    Remember This? The Lone Ranger

    August 5th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Who was that masked man? The Lone Ranger began his quest of law and order as a […]

    Remember This? Baseball Trading Cards

    July 29th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor When a nickel would buy six baseball trading cards and a stick of gum, a new collectable […]

    Remember This? Royals Stadium

    July 22nd, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Everything was up-to-date in Kansas City when Royals Stadium opened to fans on April 10, 1973, as […]

    Remember This? Astroturf

    July 15th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor Imagine a grass that never needs mowing or watering to stay green, but might need vacuuming. The […]

    Remember This? 1967 International Universal Exposition

    July 8th, 2020

    Dorri Partain Contributor The most fashionable souvenir available during 1967 International Universal Exposition was a silk scarf showing various pavilions, […]

    Local artists touch up recovered art panels

    August 30th, 2016

    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – When local artists created a series of “window dressing” art panels in 2011, no one would have imagined their work would suddenly go missing.

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