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Pro-life community invited to pray Wednesday at Kansas City’s Federal Courthouse

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The pro-life community from across western Missouri will gather Jan. 19 at the Ilus Davis Plaza in front of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Kansas City. The prayer vigil from 1 pm ...

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Union Station Auschwitz exhibition ticket sales top 300,000

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Time is running out to visit the Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. exhibition at Kansas City’s Union Station. There will not be another extension according to Union Station officials, because the tour ...

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Reaction to Supreme Court rulings on Biden vaccine mandates

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Legal experts are reacting to the Supreme Court ruling against the sweeping Biden vaccine mandate while allowing the mandate requiring health care workers. The rulings came mid-afternoon on Jan. 13 and were offered ...

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William “Bill” McCoy

William “Bill” McCoy May 12, 1966 – January 12, 2022. William “Bill” McCoy, 55, of Lake Winnebago, MO, died Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Visitation will be held from 3:00-5:00pm and service at ...

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James “Jim” Moore

James “Jim” Moore January 12, 2022. James “Jim” Moore passed away January 12, 2022. Funeral Services will be 11:00 AM, Monday, January 17, 2022 at Langsford Funeral Home, Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Jim ...

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Prices of new vehicles hit record high: Kelley Blue Book

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Inflation is now the highest it has been in 40 years and the price of new vehicles is leading the way. The transaction price for a new vehicle has increased more than ...

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Missouri House begins debate on parents’ bill of rights

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The Missouri Legislature wasted little time in tackling the numerous education bills that have been filed in the new session. The House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee on Tuesday began discussion on ...

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COVID Mandates costly in Jackson County

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Looking back on 2021, there were many confrontations with local governments over COVID. One of the most highly publicized was Rae’s Café in Blue Springs which refused to comply with Jackson County ...

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March for Life in Washington DC will take place Jan. 21

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The 49th Annual March for Life annual rally in Washington, DC, will proceed as planned on Friday, January 21, despite the city’s vaccine and coronavirus testing requirements. The organization announced in a press ...

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Missouri Right to Life supports 7-1 Republican advantage in redistricting

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Missouri Right to Life wants the state’s eight congressional districts redrawn to give pro-life Congressional representatives the advantage. Susan Klein, executive director of the organization, testified at a House Special Committee on ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley maintains strong poll numbers, fundraising despite media attacks

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A number of liberal politicians and media outlets criticized Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, often with misinformation, after protests at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. A year later, the Republican lawmaker ...

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Dozens of education bills await Missouri legislators as new session begins

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Education is a hot topic in Missouri as the 101st General Assembly’s Second Session begins this week. More than 100 bills concerning education awaited lawmakers as they returned to Jefferson City on ...

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Missouri State University student shares positive stories through T-shirts with a purpose

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Lennox Young, a junior business major at Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo., is sharing his faith through T-shirts his business designs. In the past year, he launched an inspirational and motivational ...

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Republicans would retain advantage in proposed Missouri redistricting plan

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The Missouri congressional map would continue to favor Republicans by a margin of six to two under a proposed redistricting plan announced last week. The largest change from the current map would ...

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Kansas, Missouri brace for major winter storm

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Kansas and Missouri are set to begin the New Year with a winter storm bringing ice and up to a foot of snow. Across the Kansas City 12-country region, the storm will ...

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‘DOME Pods’ installed by City Union Mission increase homeless bed capacity

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As arctic weather arrives this weekend, City Union Mission has now received and installed customized “murphy bed”-like units called DOME pods at their Family Shelter. These murphy-like bed units will help the ...

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Steven Keith Widaman

Steven Keith Widaman October 20, 1954 – December 22, 2021 Steven Keith Widaman, 67, of Sturgeon, passed away Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at Boone Hospital in Columbia. Funeral services will be held ...

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Missouri bill would protect unborn after heart activity is detected

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Abortions after doctors have determined an unborn child has cardiac activity would be banned under a bill filed in the Missouri Legislature. Under the bill, private citizens could sue doctors or others ...

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Missouri officials anticipate record revenues in coming year

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Despite the pandemic, Missouri revenues have never been higher. Gov. Mike Parson and legislative budget leaders released estimates for revenue in the year that begins July 1, 2022, showing revenues are expected ...

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City Union Mission Christmas store serves 800 families this year

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The City Union Mission’s Christmas Store, where homeless, near-homeless and at-risk men and women can shop for their families at no cost, will close its doors for the season tomorrow, December 22. ...

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H&R Block not happy with Square’s name change to Block

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The financial services company Square is changing its name to Block, and Kansas City-based H&R Block is not happy about it. Until the end of November, Jack Dorsey, as chief executive of ...

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Bent, but not broken: Churches respond to deadly tornado aftermath

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As thousands of tornado victims begin the long task of rebuilding their lives, churches send supplies and relief workers. And hope. “Finally got my flocked tree I was wanting,” Taga Jones posted ...

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Blue Springs School District must pay $4 million in lawsuit by transgender student

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The Blue Springs School District must pay more than $4 million in damages to a transgender student after it did not allow the biologically female student to use the boys’ restrooms and ...

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Carthage comes back form pandemic with bigger, better Christmas celebration

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With their big plans for last year’s Christmas cancelled due to COVID-19, Vision Carthage says they have reignited the community’s holiday interests for a comeback in 2021. Vision Carthage Executive Director Abi ...

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Samaritan’s Purse among those deploying to tornado ravaged areas

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Christian relief agencies are pouring into six states devastated by a historic tornado outbreak that hit Friday night into Saturday morning. Samaritan’s Purse is already on the ground with relief trucks and volunteers. ...

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