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Alderman recap: state and city statutes blended dealing with criminal code, city record transparency discussed.
Mick Summers resigns, board accepting letters of interest through Jan. 16.
Giving veterans a chance PAYWALL
Smithville Board of Alderman recognize court established 3 years ago that intends to help rehabilitate veterans who were charged with non-violent felonies.
Part of a nationwide crackdown
Goes to vote in April, unanimous vote by board. If approved, will fund additions to Kearney High School, renovations at Kearney Middle School, elementary playground improvements, and the creation of an early childhood and district education center.
Attacked by another dog
According to Lynn Hoarsley of the Star. Infrastructure vote, east side sales tax, modernizing KCI, streetcar expansion, Kemper Arena, Downtown convention hotel, Linwood shopping center, 18th and Vine, urban youth baseball, marijuana.
North Platte R-1 Board of Education voted to approve a schedule for upcoming construction projects, a plan which includes a new junior high school building.
Russell White, plays at Plattsburg, all since he was 70.
Aging Master Program designed to improve well-being and strengthen their ties to the community.
Fifth generation hog farmer Chris Chinn from Clarence
Northland US Representative Sam Graves agrees
Congratulations to my friend @chrischinn– MO’s next Director of Ag.The Shelby County native will be a great voice 4 MO farmers in Jeff City
— Rep. Sam Graves (@RepSamGraves) December 28, 2016
Senate President Pro Temp Ron Richard expresses caution on tax reduction to not be Kansas.
Mass exodus of people from our neighbor to the east from 2000-2010. Interesting chart shows Missouri exodus not near as bad, but not good.
A new center opening in Kansas City is helping parents get their children prepared for kindergarten and more excited about reading.
Totally Unrelated to the Northland but Useful
Interesting Chrome extension checks on best price. Useful if you have Amazon Prime.
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