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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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Parkville is entrusted with the stories of the people they serve

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The work of Parkville Women’s Clinic goes far beyond your standard medical appointment or even our material assistance of diapers, wipes, etc. Each and every day, we encounter women and men who ...

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

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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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Veronica Mary Margaret Michael Frierdich

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Veronica Mary Margaret Michael Frierdich, 9/01/1933 – 1/16/2023. Veronica, known to many as “Mickey,” passed away peacefully at home on Monday, January 16, 2023 at 3:30pm after battling lung cancer for over ...

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

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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 over 50 Christian ...

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The fascinating history of air travel in Kansas City and the Midwest

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When we think of air travel today, we think of the airports around the country, and we think of the number of flights that go through Chicago or Atlanta. We think about ...

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Kansas City will enjoy rare white Christmas this week

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With snow on the ground and Arctic temperatures sweeping south, Kansas City will enjoy a white Christmas this week. It is fairly unusual because Kansas City has only had a white Christmas ...

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As temps plummet, local shelters activate emergency mode

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The Kansas City region hasn’t been this cold in December since 1989. It’s putting a strain on homeless shelters as individuals and families seek warmth. The National Weather Service office in Pleasant ...

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George W. Bush’s paintings of service members now on display at Truman Library

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After leaving the presidency in 2009, George W. Bush painted portraits of 98 service members that he had come to know. Sixty-six of these paintings are now on display at the Truman ...

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Non-stop entertainment options available now through Christmas

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As the song says, it’s Christmas in Kansas City. From holiday music to light displays to ice skating, families have plenty of entertainment options between now and December 25. These are a ...

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Make this Christmas season one to remember with select area events

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The Christmas season is a great time to share experiences with friends and family, but more importantly a time to share the true meaning of Christmas.   “This timeless holiday show becomes ...

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Economy impairs ministries providing Thanksgiving meals

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High inflation and a slow economy are making it harder for local shelters to feed the needy this Thanksgiving. Shelter KC, which will serve nearly 4,000 meals this week, is feeling the ...

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What Next?

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The last few years have felt a lot like a pressure cooker, with many ingredients coming together to create the perfect storm. With every new major event, the pressure has been building ...

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A letter from Congressional Candidate Jacob Turk to voters in the 5th District

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Hi, this is Marine veteran Jacob Turk, your pro-life (endorsed by Missouri Right to Life), parental rights candidate for Congress. I’m running against the woke Emanuel Cleaver, an 18-year incumbent who opened ...

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Missouri 2022 Ballot Measures

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The following ballot measures have been certified for the November 8, 2022 general election. Amendment 1 Proposed by 101st General Assembly (First Regular Session) HCS HJR 35-Griesheimer Do you want to amend ...

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Actor Kirk Cameron encourages Christians to help create culture of life at Vitae Foundation Kansas City event

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Americans concerned that the nation is on the wrong track can look back to the Pilgrims for guidance, actor Kirk Cameron says. “They wrote the Mayflower Compact, which became the seed for ...

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John Ashcroft defends law enforcement at Springfield event

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John Ashcroft, former Missouri governor, senator and U.S. attorney general, spoke about the importance of law enforcement and the rule of law as an entity in our culture at a Back the ...

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St. Louis ranks dead last among safest cities, and Kansas City is not much better, study finds

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Kansas City ranks 162nd in a new study of the nation’s safest cities based on various factors, including crime levels, auto accidents and natural disasters. Across the state, St. Louis fared even ...

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Wednesday is deadline for Missourians to register to vote in November elections

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Wednesday is the deadline for Missourians to register to vote in the November 8 midterm elections. Registration application must be submitted online, completed in person or postmarked on that date for it ...

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Generations Grateful for Birthright

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When I was 17 and thought I was pregnant, my parents took me to Birthright in Kansas City. I was met there by very supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental volunteers for my pregnancy ...

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Mobile abortions by Planned Parenthood will skirt Missouri pro-life laws

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Planned Parenthood has found a way to perform abortions on Missouri women while avoiding Missouri’s pro-life laws. The abortion company plans to set up a mobile clinic across the state line in ...

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Abortion – The regret is real

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Statistics fly around us all the time. Unemployment rates, inflation, divorce, social media use, foster care, education…and the list goes on. These numbers are published daily in a variety of media outlets. ...

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MRL-Western Region promotes a culture of life

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Missouri Right to Life is a National Right to Life affiliate and our state’s oldest and largest grass-roots pro-life organization. Founded in 1974 as a response to the outcry over the legalization ...

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Parkville Women’s Clinic partnerships help women choose life

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Audrey was involved with the Parkville Women’s Clinic for many years through multiple pregnancies. She found herself pregnant with her 6th child and in an abusive relationship. As she was trying to ...

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