Monday, June 05, 2017

Peta & Back To The Kansas City Grind


Tribute to one of our favorite tattooed hotties starts this look at some of the top Kansas City links for right now. Take a look:

Celebrate More Local Access

Local hospital teams up with Linwood YMCA to open new health clinic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Months after the new Linwood YMCA opened its doors, crews will start work on a new on-site health clinic. For years Truman Medical Center worked to get more involved in the community through neighborhood clinics and grocery stores. This will be the first time they will provide care inside a YMCA.

This Old School Midtown House

Valentine mansion once housed pioneer family, children of working mothers

An important homestead once stood where the south edge of the Valentine neighborhood touches Westport, near what is now the parking lot of the Sunfresh grocery store. The home of Westport pioneer George Schaefer proudly occupied the corner of Pennsylvania and Schaefer Street (now known as West 39 th Street Terrace).

Golden Ghetto Ranchmart Morning Ruckus

Man damages yards, hits building during Leawood police chase

A man is in custody after leading police on a chase that caused thousands of dollars' worth of damage on Sunday evening. Police in Leawood were first called about 8 p.m. to the area of 92nd Street and High Drive to investigate a report of a speeding car.

Feeding Hungry KCMO Youngsters

Summer meal program kicks off to help feed local kids who do not have access to food during summer months

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Starting Monday, kids will be able to get free meals through their local school districts as part of the Summer Food Service Program. Starting at 8:30 a.m. Truman Elementary will open its doors for thirty minutes so kids can come in and eat breakfast - then at 12:15 p.m., they will offer lunch and at 4:30 p.m., dinner.

Kansas City Hipster Week Ahead

Show Tunes, Buskers, Elvis (Costello) raise the bar for this week

Here is the highlight reel of what's happening in Downtown Kansas City - from Monday to Sunday, June 5-11: Antique Festival returns to Crown Center for its 17th year, featuring pottery, china, toys, linens, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, books and much more from more than 40 vendors at nearly 100 booths.

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


Anonymous said...

So, the summer meal program is for children of low income families, but all children are invited to eat there. Does anyone else see a problem here?

Anonymous said...

"Local hospital teams up with Linwood YMCA to open new health clinic"

....taht will cater to unwed mudsharks, unwed boon hoes, unwed illegals, unwed Mexicans and the dregs and drive away white and Asian folks who need care - just like they do now. Your tax dollars at work.