Sunday, April 09, 2017

The Kansas City Sunday Night Link Look



Quick glimpse at some of the top links for tonight, mostly related to sports stuff as Springtime starts in full swing. Take a peek at were we stand before the work week starts:

Kansas City Season Of Hype

Greater Kansas City Day

Join us on Greater Kansas City Day to get souenirs and other items to supposrt the Rotary Youth Camp.

Cowtown Gluttony Game

Kansas City Royals Leading MLB - In Crazy Food

Old-school Kansas City fans who prefer the standard stadium stuff - hotdogs, peanuts and Crackerjacks - may snub their noses at some of the new fare at Kauffman Stadium. But one thing is certain: the Royals are already winning in crazy food concoctions.

Independence, MO Police Support

Blue Springs police officer runs full marathon in full uniform to support Independence Officer Wagstaff

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Law enforcement officers from around the metro ran laps to raise money for Independence Police Officer Tom Wagstaff on Sunday. Volunteers gathered at Blue Springs High School to cheer on Officer Keegan Hughes. The Blue Springs officer volunteered to run 26.2 miles in his full uniform.

Kansas City Home Team Hard Times

Walk-off walk dooms Royals in 5-4 loss to Astros | FOX Sports

HOUSTON - Jake Marisnick hit a tying home run off Kelvin Herrera in the ninth inning and Evan Gattis drew a bases-loaded walk from Matt Strahm in the 12th, helping the Houston Astros beat the Kansas City Royals 5-4 Sunday and stop a three-game losing streak.

Local Soccer Winning
Sporting KC breaks out for 3 goals, cruises against Colorado
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

It's not like it was 105 degrees today. I bet he didn't wear his combat boots?

Anonymous said...

He probably ran 26 more miles than you ever have in your life total...worm.

Anonymous said...

I hope the local press doesn't for get the wounded officer and continues to follow up on his condition and progress. Given the time with this officer being critical with a severe head injury it doesn't take a rocket scientist to imagine the extent of potential injuries and the tremendous uphill battle this officer may face on a myriad of fronts. I realize that the world is in such a state that Micheal Brown types seem to be the big time heroes, but this officer deserves compassion and support. Given the sick slant the press often takes I hope they do not let the story or circumstances of this officer fall through the cracks.