Friday, January 11, 2019

Prez Trump Shut Down Continues And Kansas City Friday Afternoon News Links



Quick roundup of little progress this week. Take a look at this Red Friday roundup:

NYT: On Conservative Media, Qualified Support for Trump on Shutdown

Guardian: Trump backs away from declaring national emergency over wall – live

WSJ: White House Contemplates Weeks More of Shutdown

Closer to home, we're watching these news links right now . . .

Kansas City Rescue Today

KCFD rescues woman, dog from structure fire at St. John and Denver

Northeast News KANSAS CITY - Kansas City Fire Department responded to a structure fire at an apartment building this morning on the northeast corner of St. John Avenue and Denver Avenue. One woman was rescued from inside the building. The streets were promptly closed as crews lined the street to work the scene.


car crime TEXTHERE

Show-Me Phone Crackdown

Missouri considers full texting while driving ban

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With Missouri still one of only three states without a full texting while driving ban, state leaders will consider a proposal this year that could possibly save more lives. Jacque Tierce learned of the tragic consequences last year when her daughter, Danielle Delgado Garcia, was involved in a fatal crash.


Rock Chalk Health Scare

Hillsboro Hospital Avoids Power Shutoff but Financial Woes Continue

Friday, January 11th, 2019, by Kansas News Service An eleventh-hour payment of more than $16,000 for delinquent utility bills averted a threatened cutoff of electricity at tiny Hillsboro Community Hospital in central Kansas. But the hospital is facing other woes. Dan Margolies reports for the Kansas News Service.


Kansas City Job Search

Kansas City Classic Remix

This Producer Of Great Kansas City Jazz Records Is Not Messing Around

Justin Wilson is engaged in a consequential fight against irrelevance. As the owner and operator of Sound 81 Productions, a recording studio in Riverside, Missouri, his life's work is imperiled by a pair of existential threats. Not only do laptops and smartphones contain recording equipment that threaten to make conventional studios irrelevant, the low-fidelity sound of many current hitmakers is part of their appeal.


Kansas City Legend Tribute

Man who helped discover steamboat Arabia leaves legacy in KC

Bob Hawley, who helped discover the steamboat Arabia, died this week in Kansas City.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Still winning

Anonymous said...

Yes! Yes we are!