Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Kansas City Brighter Midday Link Pool



It's much brighter and slightly warmer today and so we celebrate beach babe designer water promo along with all of these Kansas City MSM news links for the midday.

Dive right in . . .

Kansas City Power Play

This is now Missouri's largest wind farm - Kansas City Business Journal

The Rock Creek wind farm in Atchison County, which is now Missouri's largest wind farm, is officially online after a year of construction. The $500 million project was put together by Lenexa-based Tradewind Energy Inc. and constructed by Enel Green Power North America. It can generate 300 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 100,000 homes.


Taking The Wheel In KCMO Urban Core

Police investigating after passenger grabs steering wheel on metro bus

Kansas City police are investigating after a RideKC passenger apparently grabbed the steering wheel of the bus, forcing the driver to stop. Investigators said the passenger wanted off the bus Wednesday morning, but it was not near a designated stop. Bus drivers can only let people on and off at designated stops, which upset the man.


Celebrate Kansas City Uber???

KCATA hopes to expand rideshare service RideKC Freedom

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After launching its Uber-like service in May 2017, the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is now hoping to expand RideKC Freedom to the entire region. The service is currently offered to the elderly and riders with and without disabilities in two pilot program areas in Kansas City.


More Deets On Kansas City Snow Fear
Kansas City may get colder, near average snowfall this Winter
Homegrown Foodie Report

Longfellow Farm coworking the soil amid Kansas City's urban food desert

In a city ripe with coworking office spaces, there's a hunger for similar environments outdoors, Ami Freeberg said. As with maintaining individual workplaces, traditional urban farming also can be isolating and expensive, the Longfellow Farm manager said.


Waldo/Brookside Crash Aftermath
Police pursuit early Wednesday ends near 50th, Wornall
Rejecting Kansas City Glory Days

Kansas City Royals Rumors: All three players will reject qualifying offers

The Kansas City Royals extended one-third of the nine qualifying offers MLB players received this offseason. Franchise stalwarts Eric Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain and Mike Moustakas each landed the one-year, $17.4 million offer. All three are expected to reject them - as are the other six, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- PRICE OF ADMISSION

When the castaways came upon my beach roadblock, they ask what the price was to pass through, and I told them it was BIKINI ATOLL!!!

Anonymous said...

No Taxpayer Dollars Thrown Away!

Kansas City International Airport has a fleet of 28 compressed natural gas buses to reduce reliance on traditional fossil fuels, but now it’s planning to add a new component to that fleet: electric shuttle buses.

The City Council is set to consider an ordinance to approve the purchase of four battery-electric buses from BYD Motors, a southern California electric vehicle manufacturer, for $1.8 million. The measure is expected to go to the Council’s Transporation and Infrastructure Committee after the Thanskgiving holiday.

Anonymous said...

Let no taxpayer dollars go to waste.

Mikey Sweeney said...

Wait, I thought that these fellas really LOVED KC and the fans.

Always talking about how this feels like the greatest place on earth and such.

Goddamn I'm confused now.

Anonymous said...

Hosmer's still with Kacie McDonnell she's in Boston bet he goes to Boston fir $100 million for 6 years.

Anonymous said...

Forecasters gathered around a table for a winter circle jerk that put a smile on everyone's face while all singing Chicken Little, Chicken Little, watch Cocky Lockey get lucky and get his cocky blown in tonights weather report by golly.