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Pitch Promo Blogging Begins
Courtesy Governor Stumpy's Tuesday, January 9 Brookside dining fixture Governor Stumpy's (321 East Gregory) is celebrating 21 years in business this month. Founded in 1997, the restaurant is offering drink specials throughout January in tribute to its drinking-age status. Hence, margaritas on the rocks are $1.97, and selected beers will be available for $2.97.
Meth Town To KCMO Comeuppance
An 18-year-old Kansas City man has been charged in connection with a police chase and serious crash that started in Independence Sunday night. Dennis J. Mead III has been charged with resisting a lawful stop.
Kansas City Real Estate Art Game
The Crossroads building recently vacated by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is being purchased by Kansas City civic leader Bill Lyons, who plans to lease part of it to an expanded Haw Contemporary. Bill Haw Jr.
Local Slum Report
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The problems at one Kansas City, Missouri rental home got so bad for one family that they are moving out. 41 Action News reported about Christen Fonteyne's family and their ongoing struggle to get the power, heat, and water turned back on amid freezing temperatures.
Prez Trump Payout In Kansas City???
Add Kansas City Southern to the list of area companies that have paid bonuses attributed to tax reform. The Kansas City-based railroad carrier announced $1,000 bonuses for certain non-executive employees at its subsidiaries in the United States and Mexico. In a release, the company said it was optimistic about what recently passed tax reform would do for the U.S.
Dead-Tree Pee-Pee Coverage
When the Country Club Plaza shut down its customer service center in late 2017 it said it planned to go to an "all digital customer service program." But the shutdown also included its public restrooms, and many customers wondered what their options were going to be.
Kansas City Doggie Compassion
Thousands of dollars recently raised will help some dogs in Kansas City stay warm during the winter. Over $10,000 was raised in 24 hours to help out Adopt Don't Shop. The money will be used to purchase 400-500 "dog coats," Scott Poore says. "The goal was a couple hundred, which I thought was pretty lofty," Poore said.
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