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A drunk Patrick Mahomes at Chiefs parade angers fans

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The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl victory with a downtown parade and rally on the Wednesday after the Super Bowl. Fans have continued to voice their opinion that the players ...

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There can be harmony between faith and science, says former astronaut

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The topic of faith and science is trending across the country. It is particularly relevant for Christian students heading off to, or currently enrolled in college. It will be addressed in a ...

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Silver Dollar City’s Fire In The Hole coaster to close at end of 2023

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It’s one of the most iconic roller coasters in the nation. Now, Fire In The Hole at Branson’s Silver Dollar City will have its very last season amusing adults and thrilling children. ...

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Christian commercials airing during the Super Bowl

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A powerful Christian message will air among commercials for cars, beer and electronic devices during the Super Bowl on February 12. The “He Gets Us” campaign, which is spreading the message that ...

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Chillicothe, Mo. enjoys its slice of baking history

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Nearby Chillicothe, Mo., may be the greatest thing since, well, sliced bread. The city’s Otto Rohwedder gave the world an innovation by which all others are compared. “Sliced bread is the standard ...

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Missouri bill restricting Communist China from owning farmland gets green light

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The discovery of a Chinese spy balloon over the United States last week underscored the ongoing threat from hostile nations. On Monday, the Missouri House Agriculture Committee passed HCS HB 903, which ...

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‘My Fair Lady’ revival comes to Kansas City

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All of us have had the opportunity to make improvements in our lives and careers. Would we do it if it was part of a wager by other people and we had ...

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KCI airport has hundeds of open jobs as new terminal opens this month

The new $1.5 billion terminal at Kansas City International Airport is scheduled to open on February 28. However, many food service, security, bus drivers and retail jobs remain unfilled. The biggest need ...

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Jackson County Executive Frank White wants to pay for abortion travel

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Jackson County Executive Frank White announced before last fall’s midterm election that he planned to release $1 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to pay women who travel out-of-state to end ...

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Local seminary student, youth director dies in car accident

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A memorial service will be held this week for Caylee Dugger, a popular student at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City who was killed in a car accident last week. She ...

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Brothers in Christ set to face each other as starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVII promises to be a pitched battle between two NFL teams that have dominated their opponents this year. The starting quarterbacks for the big game on February 12 in Glendale, ...

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Missouri considers bills that would lure film productions to the state

Although the cable series “Ozark” helped put the Lake of the Ozarks on the national map, it was filmed in Georgia. Production companies look for a state that offers generous tax incentives. ...

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Lee’s Summit School Board shuts off mic, escorts parent out of meeting after he attempted to read from lewd school book

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A citizen distressed about lewd books in school libraries was immediately gaveled down during public comments to the Lee’s Summit, Mo. school board, and was promptly escorted out of the meeting by security ...

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Gracie Hunt, daughter of Chiefs chairman, posts prayer on social media after championship game

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After the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals to win the AFC championship on Sunday night, quarterback Patrick Mahomes thanked God for enabling him to play despite an ankle injury. Then ...

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“He healed my body,” Mahomes thanks God after Chiefs championship

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Kansas City Chiefs fans spent last week praying for quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ sprained ankle. After leading the team to a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night, Mahomes thanked God ...

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Where are they now? Kansas City’s famous restaurants

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From the earliest meals shared in what would become Kansas City, like bison cooked over a buffalo chip fire, the region has a stellar history of culinary delights. From the country clubs, ...

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Missouri legislature to address biological males in girl’s high school sports

As state legislatures across the country move to protect women’s sports from biological males, Missouri is addressing the issue this year. But the effort is getting off to a rocky star. A ...

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Love Beyond Christmas: The Salvation Army seeks year-round donations

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Inflation soared to historic highs this year, drastically affecting the ability of nearly 92 million Americans to afford the cost of living and basic needs such as rent, mortgage, utilities, gas and ...

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Widening Interstate 70 near Kansas City is part of Gov. Parson’s agenda for 2023

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson laid out his 2023 agenda in his State of the State address to the General Assembly. His legislative priorities include widening and rebuilding the I-70 corridor; providing an ...

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Missouri governor declares January 22-28 as School Choice Week

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Gov. Mike Parson has officially declared January 22-28 as School Choice Week in Missouri. Over the next four weeks, more than a dozen other governors are expected to join this proclamation. During the week, state, city and county ...

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Martin Luther King visited Kansas City area numerous times

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose birthday is celebrated as a national holiday, made at least six visits to the Kansas City area. The Jackson County Historical Society looked back on those ...

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New Rep. Mark Alford lays out agenda for 4th District

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Former news anchor Mark Alford is quickly adapting to his new role of representing Missouri’s 4th Congressional District. It is the only district in the state that has a new representative in ...

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Local Christian business leader Harold Finch dies at age 89

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Dr. Harold Finch, who had a significant impact in building God’s kingdom locally and around the world, died on January 8. Finch was born on March 18, 1933 in Kansas City, Kan., ...

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Ukrainian FCA staff stranded in Kansas City to head home

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As Russia ramps up its relentless bombing of Ukrainian cities and towns, 30 Ukrainians who have been stranded in Kansas City for 10 months are going home. They were in the United ...

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Region’s largest Christian college fair is March 4 in Kansas City

Christian colleges from across the nation will visit Kansas City March 4 for the largest Christian College Expo in the midwest. The 25th annual Christian College Expo will feature up to 60 ...

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