Saturday, January 13, 2018

The Kansas City Saturday January Smile



We start the weekend with hottie Sarah pleasantries and then move forward with some slightly more important Kansas City news links for right now.

Take a peek:

Kansas City Bridges Falling Down

Fate of the Buck O'Neil bridge could be decided by voters

It could be forced to closed for years for repairs, or, the city could vote to spend $200M on a new bridge.


Inner-Suburban Tax Season

Grandview Aldermen approve April sales tax ballot measure

Breaking News Grandview residents will decide whether to enact a half cent sales tax to support improvements to the city's police and fire facilities. The Grandview Board of Aldermen announced a measure on the April 3, 2018 ballot would raise revenue for building infrastructure, more ambulances and an effort to improve employee retention.


KCMO Season Of Hobo Discontent

With frigid temperatures throughout the metro, over-capacity shelters need the community's help

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Days of extremely cold weather have shelters working overtime to help the metro's homeless, but those shelters need your help. The temperature has been well below freezing recently, and the wind is blowing on top of it, making conditions absolutely brutal.


Kansas City Hipster Weekend Guide

Pop-Up Waffles & Other Weekend Possibilities

Channel your inner Eleven this weekend and eat...all...the...waffles. Hammerhand Coffee (22 North Main St., Liberty, Missouri) is hosting a Pop-Up Waffle Shop with The Waffle Iron from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. We're talking sweet and savory options. The Ainsworth (11653 Ash St., Leawood, Kansas) opens today in the Park Place development.


Local Traffic Tragedy Redux

Woman hit, killed by her own vehicle in back-to-back I-35 crashes

OLATHE, Kan. -- Kendyl Walter was standing outside her vehicle Thursday after getting in a wreck on I-35 that completely disabled her vehicle. When another driver came up behind the crash scene and rear-ended her car, the impact spun her car toward her.


Fanboys Fall Back

'Chiefs are a regression candidate in 2018,' says Washington Post writer

After the Chiefs and three other teams were knocked out of the playoff field last weekend, a Washington Post writer ranked the chances for improvement next season for each franchise. Mike Renner wrote that the Chiefs have the worst chance of those four teams (the others are the Panthers, Rams and Bills) to be better next season.


Celebrate Sleaze Summit Good Deeds

Church opens free health clinic in Lee's Summit

What's the story? The New Springs Community Church in Lee's Summit has a clinic that operates every third Sunday of the month and offers free doctor visits to anyone and some treatments at no cost.Why is this important to me?


Taylor Swift - End Game ft. Ed Sheeran, Future is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Bowtied Silverback said...

pay for the bridge,pay for the homeless...

Anonymous said...

For an unbiased view on the BO Bridge, what does JE Dunn think we should do?

Anonymous said...

Why should we vote on a new bridge? Gay sLIE will throw out the votes and do what he wants

Anonymous said...

Sarah sure has some big titties

Anonymous said...

Grandview only had two ambulances? What a shithole.

Anonymous said...

How about a “pop up” health dept inspection ?