Sunday, June 16, 2019

THE KANSAS CITY SUNDAY SMILE!!!



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Closer to home . . .

Kansas City Daddy's Day Tribute

Kansas City Royals Catcher Achieves Elite Dad Status by Wearing Necktie During Game

And they say there are no ties in baseball.


KCPD To The Rescue
KCPD searching for missing 12-year-old girl
Foodie News Debuts

Feast TV's 'Best of' Season Debuts on PBS Stations This Summer

Make sure to tune in: A new season of Feast TV kicks off on Mon., June 17. Feast TV, which haswon eight Mid-America Emmy Awards since its debut in 2013, is an inspired look at the food scene in the entire state of Missouri, eastern Kansas and southern Illinois.


Kansas City Massacre History

86 years later, a dark day in Kansas City remembered

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Monday marks 86 years since mobsters gunned down and killed four law enforcement officers and a criminal fugitive at Union Station railroad depot. It was the morning of June 17, 1933. The killings of four peace officers and the prisoner has gone down in history as the "Kansas City Massacre."


Kansas Cash Dripping Away

Garden City's Big Pool loses $1,000 of water every day

Officials in a western Kansas city are sweating over a nearly century-old swimming pool that leaks about 200,000 gallons of water every day. The water loss at Big Pool is excessive, even for a pool that holds around 2 million gallons, said Garden City's water resource manager, Fred Jones.


Mor Deets On Jedi Disposal

Missouri bill would allow outdoor cremations for public

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A bill dubbed the “Jedi Disposal Act” could soon make Missouri the first state to allow outdoor cremations. The bill would allow licensed funeral directors to organize outdoor cremations at licensed crematoriums or private sites that have permits, The Kansas City Star reported .


Sound Of KC Tribute

Bugle player to honor fallen soldiers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For the next week, there will be a special ceremony held at the National WWI Museum and Memorial each night. The event will focus on honoring those who have served or currently serving, as well as those who gave their lives in the line of duty.


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