Monday, December 10, 2018

The Kansas City Monday Night Look



We check in with hottie Abby and her makeup game promo hotness . . .

Inquisitr: Abigail Ratchford, Instagram’s Most Daring Bombshell, Invites Fans To ‘Netflix and Chill’ In Racy New Post

BizReviewEU: Distinctive Lifestyles launches first men’s makeup brand in Romania: MMUK MAN

WGNO: Local “Crayon Case” creator makes a million on makeup sales

Closer to home, these news links are worth a look tonight:


West Bottoms Car Flip Report

Car crashed into Restaurant Depot in KC

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -A car has crashed into Restaurant Depot in Kansas City. Monday just before 8 p.m., a car has crashed into Restaurant Depot at 1500 W 12th Street. Two adults and one child have been transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.


Show-Me Neighborhood Win

Mo. Clean Water rejects feedlot expansion near Powell Gardens | The Kansas City Star

The Valley Oaks Steak Co. had applied for a permit to grow its operations from fewer than 999 beef cattle on site to as many as 6,999. On Dec. 10, Missouri Clean Water Commission rejected the proposed plan.


KC Construction Loss

Jim Kissick, president of Kissick Construction, dies at 68 - Kansas City Business Journal

Jim Kissick, president and co-founder of Kissick Construction Co. Inc., died unexpectedly Saturday. He was 68. Kissick founded the Kansas City-based construction company with Pete Browne in 1994 and grew the company to more than 400 employees today. "Jim valued the relationships formed with clients, vendors and employees," a release from the company said.


More Deets On Local Good Deeds

Tiny homes built to help aid homeless veterans

(Meredith/ CNN) -- A group of previously homeless veterans put a plan into action by starting an organization to help veterans find sufficient housing. Leo Morris served in the Air Force. Karen Carter patrolled with the Coast Guard. Henry Owens enlisted in the Navy. These veterans all served their country.


Respected Kansas City Newsie Deadline

Business Journal reporter Roberts dies - Kansas City Business Journal

Longtime Kansas City Business Journal reporter Rob Roberts died at his home early Monday. In a career that spanned 38 years, Roberts worked at all levels of journalism, from reporter to editor to publisher and owner. He gained a reputation as a hard-driving journalist among Kansas City-area readers while eliciting fierce devotion from sources and members of the community for his curiosity and fairness.


Kansas City Plea To TV Diva

Opara asks Sporting KC to consider trading him

1:12 PM ET Jeff CarlisleU.S. soccer correspondent Close Jeff Carlisle covers MLS and the U.S. national team for ESPN FC. Sporting Kansas City defender Ike Opara has asked SKC manager Peter Vermes to consider any trade offers that come in for the 2017 MLS Defender of the Year.


Global Climate Change Good News

Early holiday weather present with warm weather

For weeks it seems we've been locked in a Winter weather pattern and it's not even Winter. The northern branch of the jet stream has been racing west to east across the northern and central plains. That's given us our fair share of cold air outbreaks and snow.


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1 comment:

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