Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Missouri & Kansas News Collection: Ashcroft Opts Out, Taye Diggs Teaches At Mizzou & Nobody Googled Les Miles

These new items are circulating among the MSM but don't really inspire . . . So here's a quick collection to that readers won't think we're ignoring statewide topics.

Check-it . . .

Republican Ashcroft won't run for Missouri seat on US Senate

Taye Diggs Announced as University of Missouri Artist in Residence

Kansas' Jeff Long: Les Miles was vetted before hiring, no red flags found

KU Has Spent Millions Buying Out Football Coaches Since 2005

Missouri House passes bill for guns on buses, public transit

Dr. Norman: Kansas to move to next vaccination phase in 4 weeks or less

Missourians who order products online might soon have to pay sales tax

Missouri lawmaker wants task force to monitor state employees working remotely

Dozens of KU teaching assistants rally for raises ahead of proposed budget cuts

Mail-Order Chickens Usually Arrive In 3 Days, But Missouri's Extreme Weather Derails Deliveries

Kansas Department of Labor warns of fraudulent social media, websites

Missouri pastor on leave after offensive sermon on wives

Developing . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Attention Johnson County: KU now accepting donations. Tax deductible.

Anonymous said...

Kansas has been slow on vaccines, except for state employees.

Kansas seniors have died because of their incompetence and corruption.

They fumbled testing, too.

Same for JoCo.