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Fundraiser to Benefit Kearney Teenager that is Battling Rare Cancer

Dalton Hanna, 15 of Kearney, MO, was diagnosed in July 2014 with DSRCT (Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor).  DSCRT is an aggressive and rare cancer that primarily occurs as masses in the abdomen. Dalton should be a sophomore at Kearney High School right now but instead is in the fight of his …

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Revolutionary Therapy for Kansas Citians Suffering from the Effects of ADHD, Autism, Stroke, Parkinson’s, and Other Disorders

SPONSORED POST Fountain of Life Offers Interactive Metronome Training to Improve Cognitive, Behavioral, Social and Motor Skills Kansas City, MO — Fountain of Life now offers a therapy to improve speech/communication, coordination and learning, in adults and children suffering from a number of conditions including ADHD and Autism, as well …

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High-Speed Internet Initiative Bringing Broadband Service to Northwest Missouri Schools

Program Will Help Bridge A Critical Divide Between Rural and Metropolitan School Districts JEFFERSON CITY — In early April, Governor Eric Greitens announced a new high-speed internet initiative, which will bring essential internet infrastructure to rural school districts. This program will help bridge the divide between students in rural districts, …

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Auditor Galloway Announces Investigation of State Officials’ Potential Conflicts of Interest

State Auditor to examine state officials’ dual roles serving on the board of a private company while operating as state regulators for that industry JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced the start of an investigation into potential conflicts of interest related to the state’s involvement …

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‘I’m Not Willing to Sacrifice Freedom of Expression on the Altar of Cultural Diversity’

Muhammad cartoon publisher Flemming Rose talks about immigration, free speech, and toleration. In 2005, while an editor at the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, Flemming Rose commissioned a series of cartoons about the prophet Muhammad. His goal was to highlight the dangers of self-censorship in an age of political correctness. The response …

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Kansas City Council to Discuss Possible Two-Year Closure of Buck O’Neil Bridge

Tomorrow, Thursday April 13, the Kansas City Council will be getting an update on the current condition of the US 169 Buck O’Neil Bridge and how a proposed two year closure starting in 2019 will impact the region. The presentation might also discuss the bridge replacement and downtown freeway loop …

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UPDATED: Want to Buy a Grocery Store in Smithville?

A source contacted The Northland News on April 11 and told us to go to LoopNet.com. LoopNet is a commercial real estate listing site. We were told to enter the property location of Smithville. If you do the same thing, you will find that the building the Cosentino’s Price Chopper is …

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BriarFest 2017 to Benefit Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City

SPONSORED POST Briarfest 2017 has been a growing event in the heart of the Northland for the last several years. The event is organized by the Briarcliff Business Partnership Alliance. This year promises to be bigger than ever. Click HERE for more information about Kansas City Down Syndrome Guild. Admission …

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