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TheNorthlandReport – January 6, 2017

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Tesla wins stay on appeals court case

Kansas City appeals court grants temporary stay. Disruptive cars to remain for now.

New $35M golf lounge will drop its tee in NKC mixed-use redevelopment

Northlanders will no longer need to drive to Kansas for technologically amped driving range.

Kansas City wins another top ranking among U.S. cities PAYWALL

ZipRecruiter says fourth-best metro area in the country to find a job in 2017.

KC-area stores survive Macy’s 100-store closings for now

Closes 68, but metro stores survive. Related, Sears Holdings closes 150 and sells Craftsman brand.

Endangered Person Advisory issued for 52-year-old woman

Maricia L. Harris, 52, went missing at 7:40 a.m. at Chester Born Middle School at 110 N. Jefferson St. in Centralia.

Kearney not liable for damages in rights violations case PAYWALL

The city of Kearney was found not liable by the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri for monetary damages sought by a Kearney couple who sued the city alleging civil rights violations.

Incumbents refile in Kearney PAYWALL

Kearney Board of Aldermen incumbents Dan Holt of Ward 2 and Eric Shumate of Ward 1, refiled for election to new terms on the April ballot. Both are two-year terms.

Extension seeks passionate volunteers for youth programs PAYWALL

Whether it’s rocketry, shooting sports, photography, nature, plant and animal sciences or gardening, if you have a special interest or passion and like working with children, the Clay County office of the University of Missouri Extension wants to work with you.


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