Monday, April 03, 2017

Candice And Kansas City Back To The Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

We return to a rainy local Monday as Candice Swanepoel hotness and her trendsetting mommy model life inspire the beginning of our news day and a quick peek at all of these MSM morning links. Take a look:

Celebrate Kansas City Hype Magazine
KCMO.gov " Time to pick up the 2017 Spring/Summer KCMOre!
Dead Tree Media Soggy Reporting

KC's streak of rainy days hits 10, but don't stop counting

Widespread morning showers and storms are moving away from Kansas City, giving the area a brief break before storms return Sunday night. The round of morning showers affected most of the Kansas City area Sunday, marking the 10th day in a row that KC has seen at least a trace of precipitation, the National Weather Service said in a Tweet.

Help Injured Police Officer Online

Metro communities finding new ways to honor Ofc. Wagstaff as they pray for his recovery

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- While an Independence police officer continues to fight for his life, people across the metro are finding new ways to honor him. Sunday, an Independence church spread blue throughout their congregation and held a special prayer service. When you drive by New Hope Baptist Church in Independence, you'll notice a small but meaningful change.

Rock Chalk Runner-Up Prize

Kansas' Frank Mason III wins another player of year trophy

AP Images SOURCE: AP Images Kansas guard Frank Mason III has won the James A. Naismith Trophy as the top college basketball player. The award presented by the Atlanta Tipoff Club was announced Sunday in Arizona near the site of the Final Four.

Kansas City Legend Tribute

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher pays tribute to Yordano Ventura

The tributes to former Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura continued on Opening Day.

The song of the day -- Little Mix - No More Sad Songs -- And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

"It's time for residents to pick up the Spring/Summer KCMOre magazine and take a deep dive into the latest happenings at the City of Kansas City, Missouri."

Any idea hoiw much it costs to print this rag/ Any idea why it isn't mailed to folks in the counties ? After all we pay more earnings tax than everyone inside the city limits. It would just make sense that KC would want that disposable income to waste on more stupid shit in KC..

Anonymous said...

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