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Celebrate More Kansas City Care
LEAWOOD, Kan. - By the end of 2018, seven community "mini-hospitals" will be in full operation across the Kansas City area. Dr. Marc Larsen with St. Luke's says this is a big goal for the hospital. "Our goal is to provide increased access to the patient.
Nice News: Internship Build High-Powered Careers For Kansas City Students
Lyndon Ersery is a junior studying engineering at the University of Missouri. Thanks to some intensive workforce training, he is well on his way to a successful career in the field. A product of the public school system in Kansas City, Mo., Mr. Ersery is familiar with the barriers that students who don't have access to contacts and internships encounter in trying to explore such a field.
Today's Inner-Suburban Tragedy
A 3-year-old child suffered non-life threatening injuries following a shooting in Raytown. The shooting happened about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 6300 block of Ash Avenue. The child was taken to an area hospital. Raytown police are working to determine what led to the shooting. No other information is available.
Check EPIC Corporate Payout
Cerner Corp.'s new CEO is one of its newer stockholders. Brent Shafer received 60,000 shares of restricted stock units, valued at approximately $3.75 million, on Feb. 8. He also was awarded 182,005 in stock options with an exercise price of $61.22.
Small Biz Love From The Pitch
With Crumble Candle Company, Brandon Love has turned suicidal heartbreak into a thriving, Olathe-based business
kelcie mckenney Crumble Candle Company 's origin story is dark. Much like a candle, though, it gives way to light. It starts in 2015, with Brandon Love, then 17 years old, living in Baltimore and suffering through a bad breakup.
Spring Training Day
KANSAS CITY, MO (HOMERUNKC) - While it may feel like a blistering 19 degrees in the Kansas City area, the boys of summer are ready to take in the sunny skies of Arizona as Royals spring training officially starts today. The MLB offseason, or lack thereof, has provided a unique situation for almost every organization.
Apropos Kansas City Booze News
Kansas City Bier Company (310 W. 79th St.) will pour more than 30 different beer styles at its fourth anniversary celebration from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17. For the occasion, look for year-round and seasonal beers as well as special releases and rare one-off brews.
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