MSM news has recently been reporting a tragic cultural trend as part of an pandemic coverage . . .
The second part of that headline is important because, locally, we're not seeing it at all in this cowtown. That's a good thing and maybe one more reason that it's not a bad thing to be skeptical about EVERYTHING on the news.
Accordingly, here's a glimpse at a local community leader and a really interesting write-up on her very captivating life . . . Read more:
What doesn't Kimberly Carlson do? The Topeka native has lived in Kansas City since 2008. She began her career as a vaccine scientist, then spent a decade overseeing training programs at four-thousand federally funded clinics. Today, she manages the nation's longest-running HIV study.