Monday, April 17, 2017

The Monday Morning Mariah Read And Getting Back To The Kansas City Grind!!!


Mariah hotness reminds us that Instagram International modeling hotties can be both intellectual and beautiful as we check this collection of all the Kansas City mainstream media links. Take a peek:

Kansas City Trade War Consequences

New link to KC Southern in Mexico sweats U.S. policy debates - Kansas City Business Journal

Celebrations for the opening of a $568 million shipping terminal - tied to the U.S. by Kansas City Southern operations - were muted due to worries about policy changes that could harm U.S.-Mexican trade. The highly automated terminal at the port of Lazaro Cardenas was built to expand trade between Asia and Mexico and expand a port seen as a backdoor to the United State.

Meth Town Morning Violence

Police investigate armed robbery at Independence 7-Eleven

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Independence police are investigating an armed robbery Monday morning. Police said a suspect robbed a customer at the 7-Eleven at 40 Highway and S Crysler Ave around 4:30 a.m. Police are looking for a gray Honda Civic with a Georgia license plate PVY 5199 in connection with the crime.

Tragic Weekend Crash Reports

Police identify victims of two separate weekend crashes

The Kansas City Police Department has released the identities of two men killed in two separate crashes over the weekend. The first crash happened at approximately 11:54 p.m. Saturday. Investigators determined that a Honda motorcycle had been westbound on I-70 near I-435 when it rear-ended a Dodge passenger vehicle.

Kansas City Mommy Soccer Comeback!!!

USWNT star Sydney Leroux scored in her first match since 2015 and it was a nice finish | FOX Sports

Heading into Sunday, it had been a while since U.S. national team striker Sydney Leroux was playing games, let alone scoring goals. In fact, it had been 656 days since Leroux had surgery on her ankle and then extended her hiatus to have a baby.

Kansas City Cross-Culture Literature

Native American Poets Honor The Middle East In New Book From Kansas City's BkMk Press

Kansas City's BkMk Press has a new collection of poetry by Native American writers about the Middle East. The book's title - The World Is One Place: Native American Poets Visit the Middle East - was inspired by advice given to BkMk managing editor Ben Furnish by a teacher years ago.

Home Team Round-Up

Royals Rumblings - News for April 17, 2017

Season saved!

The Kansas City Weather Report...

First Alert: Storm chances return on Tuesday and Wednesday

Monday is looking good but storm chances return later this week.

Party On Apocalypse is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Went on KC Confidential and it's not up. I guess Herne isn't selling that many cars anymore. Not that's it's a shame or anything. The site's content was becoming less and less. Mostly it was Glazer talking sports, and every now and then Herne complaining about the Star or any other publication he wanted to bash that day.

It started to feel more and more like, "Old Man yells at cloud" then anything else. Three sports columns by Glazer then Herne yelling at clouds. Be they the Star, or anything else around Kansas City/Lawrence.

For me, the site jumped the shark with Herne's Don Harmon was hanging from the rafters story. Then Tony and Greg Hall left and now it is what it is now.

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