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Pitch Posts Vital Info For Kansas City Job Seekers
Courtesy of TeamKC More than 40 Kansas City companies have listed thousands of open positions on KC Career Network to help those displaced by coronavirus. TeamKC, a talent attraction initiative of the Kansas City Area Development Council (KCADC), is leveraging KC Career Network to list more than 5,000 full-time, part-time and seasonal positions available in industries including technology, professional services and health care....
Kansas City Jokes COVID-19 & Local Memorials
Like many people around the world, statues are wearing surgical masks during the coronavirus pandemic. In unsettling times, putting surgical masks on statues has become a national movement and brings a sort of worldwide camaraderie by way of conceptualized art. Around the world, surgical masks have made their way onto sculptured faces of a powerful Queen Victoria in England, Freddie...
Fed Cash Coming Soon
Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, Swope Health Services, and KC Care Health Center received millions in COVID-19 response grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.), co-chair of the Senate Community Health Center Caucus, announced that the HHS awarded $27 million total to Missouri to 29 Missouri community health centers (CHCs).
Kim K. Wayback Peek
I Just Discovered Kim Kardashian West Was On "Cribs" In 2007 And These Pictures Show How Dramatically Different Kim Lived Then Vs. Now
Back when she organized closets for Paris Hilton and actually had a toilet. It's well known that Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West live in a $50 million abandoned museum. While scrolling on Facebook through the typical doom, gloom, and problematic posts from people I went to high school with, I came across a video MTV posted of Kim showing off her house on Cribs in 2007.
Prez Trump Talks Tiger King
On Wednesday President Trump was asked during his daily coronavirus press briefing whether he would consider a pardon for Joe Exotic, whose story was detailed in the hit Netflix series "Tiger King."
W.H.O. Worries About Cash
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has urged unity, a day after the agency came under fire from US President Donald Trump. Speaking on Wednesday, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus defended the WHO's work and called for an end to the politicisation of Covid-19.
COVID-19 Ramps Up
The United States is quickly approaching 400,000 coronavirus cases, and states grappling with the overwhelming numbers are bringing in medical equipment and medication to battle the virus.
Feel The Bern Cont'd
In his speech dropping out of the 2020 presidential race, Bernie Sanders quoted Martin Luther King Jr: "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." The long "fight for justice", Sanders continued, "is what our movement remains about." His use of the present tense stood out.
Scribe Called It Long Ago
subscribe to Coronavirus Daily podcast In his 1978 novel author Stephen King wrote about a viral pandemic that decimated the world's population. And he gets it when fans say experiencing the COVID-19 outbreak feels like stepping into one of his horror stories.
Kansas City Invites Royals Mascot To Hacked Group Chat
He's the best Major League Baseball mascot in our hearts, and he wants to hang out with your class!Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr wants to drop in on your classroom Zoom call with your students.With MLB still out for the season due to the coronavirus, he wants to drop by and hang out!Sluggerrr's appearance on Zoom is totally free.
Another Kind Of JoCo Trade Up
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - We've all been there when a trip to the grocery store ends with only about half the items on your list checked off. That's what kept happening to John Woods, so he's getting creative in his search for those coveted goods.
Goat Nicknames Make Captivity Slightly More Tolerable
The Kansas City Zoo unveiled the names of three goat triplets on Tuesday.The zoo announced a contest to name the triplets, two boys and one girl, who were born to mom, Poppy, on March 30.The winning names are Popcorn, Peanut and Crackerjack. The Kansas City Zoo unveiled the names of three goat triplets on Tuesday.
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