Friday, December 28, 2018

Kansas City Friday Morning News String



Just a quick tribute to a rising star hottie and our captivating and completely disposable culture . . .

GotCeleb: Victoria Justice – Holiday Lights photoshoot 2018

KCMO: Holiday lights can be recycled at several locations throughout the Kansas City area through Jan. 11, 2019

12th & Oak: Trash pick-up holiday schedule and no-tag weeks

Closer to home, these news links are worth a look right now . . .

Last Chance For Local Cash Grab

Unless Missouri Agencies And Companies Act, They'll Lose Out On Clean-Air Funds From VW Settlement

The $2.9 billion settlement between Volkswagen and the federal government could bring newer buses to Missouri's roads, but it's up to local transit authorities and bus companies to apply. Missouri received $41 million in total from the trust established after the 2017 settlement, in which Volkswagen admitted to disabling emissions control devices in its vehicles.


Council Lady Against Crime

KCMO councilwoman joins national crime prevention committee

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City councilwoman Heather Hall has been appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) Public Safety and Crime Prevention federal advocacy committee . The committee is responsible for developing policy positions on issues involving crime prevention, corrections, substance abuse, municipal fire policy, juvenile justice, disaster preparedness and relief, homeland security, domestic terrorism, court systems and gun control.


Fear KC Tire Killers

Road crews use warm weather to fix pot holes

Before the cold hits Friday, road crews are using the warmer weather to get work done. Snow, ice and cold have created pot holes on highways across Kansas and Missouri. On Thursday, Kansas Department of Transportation crews worked on Interstate 435 and Kansas 10. The emergency pothole repairs are done year-round to keep roads intact.


Celebrate Local Lady Songbird

Artist to Watch: Kelly Birch - KC STUDIO

Kelly Birch, mezzo-soprano, is one of the 2018-2019 Lyric Opera of Kansas City Resident Artists. She recently performed as Kate Pinkerton in the Lyric's production of "Madama Butterfly" and multiple roles in the Explorations Series' "High Fidelity Opera." In February, she'll appear in the Exploration Series' "Mack the Knife is the Man I Love."


City College Slice Of Life
The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City Running Game Fix???

Kansas City Chiefs sign Damien Williams to two-year contract extension

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed running back Damien Williams to a two-year contract extension worth $8.1 million, as first reported by Terez Paylor of Yahoo! Sports. Williams ' agent, Ian Greengross, tweeted out a picture of him signing his contract on Thursday night.


Hipster Weekend Planning

'80s Ski Party at Bar K, 1 Last Meatloaf at Anna's Oven & Other Weekend Possibilities

Kansas City is losing a bit of comfort food. Anna's Oven (1809 W. 39th St.) is closing Saturday, Dec. 29. Anna's, which has been open for more than 7 years, is like a diner-meets-your grandma's kitchen with lasagna (a square slab and architectural marvel of layered pasta, cheese and tomato sauce), meatloaf and fried chicken.


Sam Smith - Fire On Fire is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would be nice to see Heather actually do something, other than joining a failed feel good organization, for crime prevention in KCMO. Advocating for more police on the streets would help. Showing troubled hoodrats that their is a better way would be a good start.

Anonymous said...

^^Would be nice to see you do something other than jump on a blog to complain about others who actually matter and are doing something. I'm sorry you failed at life and have nothing better to do, but please do it elsewhere as you are totally boring and worthless on every level. Run along now simp.

Anonymous said...

This is all the same old constantly regurgitated local media newz we see all the time here. Same old garbage in a brand new bag.

I'm not saying it's Tony's fault just an observation.

Anonymous said...

Two of the ideas Hall said she is excited to share with others about Kansas City is how the police department added social workers to each station and increased the number of Community Interaction Officers.

Um this approach failed during the 90's crack epidemic here in KCMO and has continued to fail miserably.

Anonymous said...

It's not a failure to the social workers! They get a steady paycheck without ever having to prove that their input does any good.

Anonymous said...

We love Heather!

Anonymous said...

^^^ And this drivel from the man who's elderly mother cleans Heather's house and brings home a pair of Heather's panties once a week so you can sniff them in your bedroom in your mom's basement! =8^/

Anonymous said...

^^Go play out you fantasies elsewhere pedo!! You're disgusting!

geezer said...

Inane no job to go to geezer troll in rare form today.