Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Kansas City Midweek Morning Peek



Hottie Jorgie is still selling calendars and, like her body of work, it deserves consideration as we take a peek peek at local news and pop culture to start the day:

Saw1st: Jorgie Porter in Official 2019 Calendar Photoshoot

Lifehacker: You Can Reuse These Vintage Calendars in 2019

Entrepreneur: Time Management Hacks That Very Successful People Practice Daily

Closer to home, we're starting our morning with this news blast:

Annoy Someone You Love & Their Coworkers With Kansas City Tradition

Not too late to schedule a singing Valentine in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's not too late to make this Valentine's Day one your sweetheart will remembers. The Heart of America Chorus is still taking reservations to deliver a singing Valentine on Thursday. Since 1991, the chorus of barbershop quartets has spread love on Valentine's Day by surprising people across Kansas City on this holiday.


This Week's Social Media Scare

Police warn parents of '48-Hour Challenge', which encourages kids to go missing

(KMOV.com) - A warning is being issued to parents about a new challenge for teens that is circulating Facebook, the 48-hour challenge. It encourages teens to go missing for up to two days at a time and awards points for every social media mention while they're missing.


KCPS Reversing Course?!?!

KCPS considers changing bus vendor

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The company in charge of taking your child to school could soon change. The KCPS Board of Directors will vote on a contract with a new company, Student Transportation of America, or STA.


Police Desperately Seeking Conversation With Sharp Dressed Man

Police request help in identifying person of interest in KCK shooting

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Police are requesting help in identifying a person of interest in a shooting. It happened at 8:20 p.m. Tuesday near Fifth Street and Quindaro Boulevard. When officers arrived on the scene, they found a female who had a gunshot wound.


Golden Ghetto Needs Lunch Money

SMSD faces $16,000 in unpaid school lunch debt

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After changing its school lunch policy to guarantee every student a hot lunch, the Shawnee Mission School District is facing $16,554.21 in negative account balance for student lunches. Despite the growing debt, the Board of Education is continuing with its policy.


Urban Core Treatment Plan

Health care in the neighborhood

KC CARE Health Center promotes health and wellness by providing quality, affordable and integrated health services to everyone with the promise of dignity and personalized care. No patient is turned away due to their inability to pay.


Wayback Footballer Training Day

Will Shields teaches offensive linemen who want to play in pros

Hall of Famer Will Shields is teaching offensive lineman who want to live out their dream to play in the pros.


Kacey Musgraves - Rainbow is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I’d screw that Jorgie gal real deep and hard

Anonymous said...


Sharp dressed man?/ What is he, a black leprechaun?

Anonymous said...

KCK police need to look in the Irish neighborhoods.

Anonymous said...

Johnson county sold itself out by importing a class of people who aren't accustomed to living in Johnson County and now they are beginning to pay the price. It will get much worse in every aspect

Anonymous said...

Let parents feed their own children.

Anonymous said...

it's Shawnee Mission - thy should be able to make up that $16k by only redecorating the Superintendents Office one time next year.

Anonymous said...

The Reverend with the Mostest testified Overland Park needs more "diversity" the other day. Maybe he'll turn over this weekend's collection plate to SMSD?