Thursday, June 06, 2019

Kansas City Doughnut Day News Serving

A collection of Kansas City news items for our early evening onlookers . . .

Local Pre-Diabetic Sweetness

Kansas City celebrates National Doughnut Day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Whether you spell it donuts or doughnuts, they taste the same. And the country will celebrate the fried dough balls Friday during National Doughnut Day. Kansas City is home to several local and national bakeries specializing in the sugary treat.

Suburbs Killing The Planet

Popular recycling center in Blue Springs may be going away

A popular spot for recycling in Blue Springs may be going away.Blue Springs Recycling Center is not operated by the city. It is a small, family-owned business offering free paper, plastic and cardboard drop-off as a courtesy.

Kansas Never So Soggy

Forget April Showers, Kansas Has Never Had This Much Rain In May

The month of May was an all-timer in Kansas, as sites across the state recorded rain on all but two days. The deluge broke state and local rainfall records as well as setting several high water marks in Kansas' rivers, streams, and reservoirs.

Show-Me Weed Game Getting Tougher

Competitive scoring for medical marijuana licenses pit startups against time

Missouri entrepreneurs hoping to roll into the multi-million dollar medical marijuana industry first must jump a number of hurdles. Step one: Obtaining a license. "Missouri is very competitive," said Dre Taylor, founder of Nile Valley Aquaponics. "So you know, if you're trying to win the application, you need to have your ducks in a row."

Doggie Tribute To Disaster Pr0n

Kansas City rescue names puppies born during storms after StormTrack5 meteorologists

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV/AP) -- An animal rescue has named a litter of puppies born during an outbreak of severe weather after our StormTrack5 meteorologists. Midwest Animal Resq of Raytown says the puppies were born May 24, when tornado warnings were issued.

KCMO Blvd History Revealed

Block of Boulevards Shifts from Residential in 1920s

If location is all-important in real estate, location along two boulevards must be even better. The intersection of Linwood Boulevard and The Paseo (now called Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard) historically attracted elite families, who moved into substantial homes before the turn of the 20th century.

Friday Forecast For Now

Friday will be warm with meager chances for rain

Thursday evening will be mostly dry but a bit on the humid side. We could see a few storms form this evening. The strongest could produce very heavy rain as the...

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Anonymous said...

Do they have a gay puppy named Gayzak

Anonymous said...


While Charlotte wasn't willing to share her doughnuts, she invited me to have any of her holes that I wanted!!!

Davos said...

^^^ once again top photo guy wins the day and reminds me that people can be hilarious on this blog when they're not trying to repeat the bullshit talking points from their favorite wretched cable news show.