Thursday, March 16, 2017

Lucy And The Kansas City News Link Pool



Our favorite Internets hottie Lucy Vixen and her online goodness inspires this look at all the important Kansas City mainstream media news from today at the 5 o'clock hour. Dive right in:

Celebrate Kansas City Tiny Life

Coming to Kansas City: 300 square-foot micro unit apartments

KASNAS CITY, Mo. - While many real estate developers are focusing on downtown Kansas City, one builder's eyes and efforts are focused south of Midtown. "Our strategic plan is to build neighborhoods not just projects," explained John Hoffman the principal with UC-B Properties. "By doing our projects we do energize the neighborhood."

Kansas City Catholic Dorm Kaput

Kansas City diocese pulls plug on apartment building plan near Rockhurst University

The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph no longer intends to pursue a controversial plan to develop an 82-unit apartment building on property near Rockhurst University. Discussions continue over how to use the old St. Francis Xavier school building near 53rd Street and Troost Avenue.

Kansas City Po'Folk Fear Prez Trump

President Trump's proposed budget cuts could hurt local programs for poor and elderly

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - President Trump unveiled his first budget proposal this morning. The proposal includes increases to Defense and Homeland Security spending but also cuts some discretionary programs including some that help poor and elderly communities.

Cowtown Tech Scene On The Road

KC Outpost, local charm lures hundreds of SXSW attendees

Kansas City made a splash at the SXSW Conference thanks to a concerted effort to engage thousands mingling in downtown Austin. Led by the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, LaunchKC, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Husch Blackwell, the KC Outpost welcomed hundreds of people curious to learn more about the area.

Kansas City Seyz Goodbye To Big Man

Falcons reach deal with 2-time Pro Bowler Poe

The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to a one-year deal with former Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Dontari Poe, the team announced Thursday. The deal is for $8 million and could increase to $10 million with incentives, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

This is not good. Poe has been a real anchor in the middle of the DL. One of the Chiefs' rare successful first round picks. Hope they have someone in mind to take his place.

Anonymous said...

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