Sunday, February 18, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday News Stroll

They call her "angel Candice" and her body of work endures despite the plunge of panty stocks in the new economy. This morning she inspires our Kansas City collection of news links closer to home and our hearts.

Take a look:

More Deets On Kansas City Community Radio Anniversary Open House

KKFI 90.1 FM Celebration: 30 Years of Community - Kansas City infoZine

KKFI 90.1 FM Celebration: 30 Years of Community Kansas City, MO - infoZine - 2018 is a major milestone for KKFI 90.1FM. The KC-area community radio station celebrates 30 years of on-air service and to recognize and observe this significant achievement, we are holding an Open House.

Training Day For The Troops

New program gives veterans, active service members experience in firefighting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A group of Missourians felt what it was like to be firefighters Saturday as they went through the first class of the Firefighter Veterans Initiative in Jefferson City. The program aims to recruit recent veterans and active service members to careers in the fire service.

Newsflash: There Are Consultants Working On The Payroll At City Hall

City Hall's 'bureaucrat-whisperer': essential or an extravagance?

It wasn't exactly a crisis. But Amy Jordan Wooden, City Manager Troy Schulte's crisis communications consultant, was on the phone with her client last October. Schulte, angered by a city councilman's proposal to cut back his spending authority, had invited the council to fire him.

Show-Me The Weed Movement!!!

Pressure to legalize marijuana in Missouri is high

Support nationwide for marijuana legalization is at a five-decade high, according to a Gallup poll conducted in October. And rising numbers of petitions and bills - even one joint resolution - calling for legalization in Missouri mirror the trend. It's no joke.

All This Fracking News

Environmentalists Duel With Drillers Over Kansas Earthquake Legislation

Zack Pistora of the Kansas Sierra Club was worried about the number of earthquakes in the state and wanted to do something about it. "Those earthquakes can cause damage to people's homes, businesses, public buildings," he said. "Right now there's no recourse for those Kansans who get affected."

Fanboy Hope For The Future

Understanding the Kansas City Chiefs' upcoming offseason of overhauls

The Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC West on Christmas Eve, traded their Pro Bowl quarterback before Groundhog Day and openly parted ways with one of the team's greatest defensive players before Valentine's Day. By St. Patrick's Day, they'll likely have parted with another all-time Chief and a couple of division-winning starters.

Seasons Change In Kansas City

First Alert: Nice warm up for your Sunday

Warmer temperatures are on the way for your Sunday.

God's Plan - Drake is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.


Anonymous said...

Nothing like a nice pleasant 35 mph wind to really help one really enjoy the day.

Just perfect picnic weather really.

Anonymous said...

If they didn't get that mulch fire out they won't today for sure.

I love dogs said...

Something wrong at City Hall if Troy Boy needs a consultant to tell him not to kick his dog. A lawyer like Sly or Jolie or Scott or Mike Burke might have 'splained that to Troy.

Hyperblogal said...

Keep in mind there's no Mahomes behind Mahomes.

Anonymous said...

Aren't "Candice" and "plunging panties" two concepts that work really well with each other?

Yup, gonna be a nice day!

Anonymous said...

Pot money leaving the state going to Colorado everyday. How stupid is that ?

Anonymous said...


I'd like to pluck her tail feathers and spray all over her wings!!!

Anonymous said...

KKFI! 30 years of unemployed dregs of the universe broadcasting to an audience of 55