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If you’re looking for something to do in Kansas City in 2017…

Local author Traci Angel is out with her second edition of “100 Things to do in Kansas City Before You Die“. Visits with Fox 4 Kansas City. Read more HERE… Join The Northland News’ email newsletter that delivers the most popular stories right to your inbox:

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Governor-Elect Eric Greitens to visit Kansas City Regional Police Academy

Kansas City, MO – Councilwoman Heather Hall announces a visit by Governor-Elect Eric Greitens, who will be making a stop as part of his “Heart of Missouri Service Tour” at the Kansas City Regional Police Academy, 6885 NE Pleasant Valley Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64119 on January 3, 2017 at …

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KC Water Customers Might Notice Slightly Discolored Water

(Kansas City, Mo.) – Overnight, during the water treatment process at KC Water’s Water Treatment Plant, an excess of sodium permanganate was added to the raw water treatment system causing the water to have a pink color. As a result, customers may notice a pinkish hue to their tap water, …

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One Love Tennis spreading the love this holiday season

Music filled the air Wednesday as a group of children from the Salvation Army Children’s Shelter were treated to some holiday cheer playing tennis at the Clayview Country Club in the northland of Kansas City. The charity event, which lasted close to four hours gave kids from the home the …

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City working with Bishop Sullivan Center to “Drive KC to Work’’

With cooperation from the City of Kansas City’s Tow Services Department, Bishop Sullivan Center’s Drive KC to Work program is helping more people get to work and stay on their feet. Drive KC to Work provides affordable transportation to individuals without a reliable way to get to work. “Many of …

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City Auditor recommends improvements to on-street bike plan

The City Auditor’s Office on Thursday released an audit on Bike KC, the city’s on-street master bike plan. The audit focused on whether Bike KC provides adequate guidance to meet the city’s bike-related goals. The audit concluded that the Bike KC plan is not adequate to guide city staff to …

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City offices closed, trash amnesty and holiday trash pickup schedule

From the City of Kansas City…. City of Kansas City, Missouri, administrative offices will be closed in observance of the Christmas holiday on Dec. 26, and in observance of the New Year’s holiday on Jan. 2. The 311 Call Center will also be closed on these dates. During these two weeks, …

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Gov. Nixon announces CVS Pharmacy has selected Kansas City for new 762,000 sq. ft. distribution center

On Wednesday, Gov. Jay Nixon announced that major retailer CVS Pharmacy will build a new 762,000 sq. ft. distribution center in Kansas City, Mo., at the Skyport Industrial Park. The company’s expansion is expected to create more than 360 new jobs in the region. “Missouri recently reached record employment, with more …

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KC Water Reminds Customers That Employees Will Always Wear Identification

If a Customer is in Doubt, They Are Encouraged to Call (816) 513-1313 KC Water works hard to build and maintain the trust of the Kansas City community.  The improvements being made to the infrastructure of Kansas City often involve work on private property. KC Water workers make sure their …

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CBC Declares a Winter Blood Emergency

An estimated additional 200 blood drives and 5,000 donations are needed in December and January to meet hospital demand for life-saving blood and to end the blood shortage Kansas City, MO — Community Blood Center (CBC) has declared a blood shortage and is asking the public to donate life-saving blood to help replenish the …

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