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21. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of Cynthia Levin, "the Unicorn Theatre's producing artistic director" since about 1978, born about 1954 and "[g]rowing up in an arts-loving family in Washington, D. C.,...

22. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and bio of David Stanley, "chairman and CEO of Payless Cashways Inc." and a civic activist involved in "help[ing] schools turn out employable graduates; education reform; school desegregation; neighborhood...

23. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and bio of Adele Hall, an award-winning charity organizer (including the 1990 Kansas Citian of the Year Award from the Chamber of Commerce), especially with children, born about 1931 and becoming...

24. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and bio of Bob Wolff, 59-year-old founder and chairman of "Gear for Sports/Winning Ways," a Lenexa-based "designer and manufacturer of logo sportswear" established about 1974.

25. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and bio of Reverend J. Earl Cavanaugh, minister at the Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral church and "chaplain at Bishop Spencer Place, a retirement home near Westport," describing his projects...

26. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of Reverend Robert Meneilly, founder of "the Village Presbyterian Church" in Prairie Village, Kansas, in 1947, retiring in 1994 at the age of 69. Review of his career,...

27. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of William Howie, "president of Kansas City P. M., the local Jiffy Lube franchise," opening his first such store in 1985.

28. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of James Mobberley, "one of the country's hottest classical [music] composers" and "the Kansas City Symphony's first composer-in-residence" at the age of 37 while "teaching...

29. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of H. Dean Jernigan, "a veteran biology teacher" with experimental methods "at the Summer Enrichment Programs at Shawnee Mission South High School" at the age of 50 in...

30. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of Claire McCaskill, "Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney-elect" in 1992.

31. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and bio of James Stowers, Jr., or Jim Stowers, Jr., "founder of Twentieth Century Companies" (a prominent local mutual funds company) and financier of "the Stowers Institute for Medical Research,... Capitalists & financiers;

32. Local Heroes Local Heroes Photo and biographical description of Buck O'Neil, "former first baseman and manager of the Kansas City Monarchs" and black "chairman of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and scout for the Kansas City...

33. Local Health Care Expansions Surge Local Health Care Expansions Surge Review of expansions of Research Medical Center and Children's Mercy Hospital. Hospitals;

34. Local Group Steps Out From Shadows Local Group Steps Out From Shadows Article reports on the resurgence of the Historic Kansas City Foundation. The group has received recent publicity for its efforts to save the historic Cosby Hotel building (900 Baltimore Ave.) from demolition,... Historic buildings;

35. Local Gossip Local Gossip One paragraph of obituary for Rebecca Bryan Boone, the wife of explorer Daniel Boone, dying "south of the city."

36. Local Female Writers Local Female Writers Information about local female writers.

37. Local FBI Agent Nabs a Movie Local FBI Agent Nabs a Movie Profile of Kansas City FBI special agent Bob Herndon and his portrayal in an upcoming film called "The Informant!" In the 1990s, Herndon handled a case involving Mark Whitacre, an agribusiness executive... Motion pictures; Informers;

38. Local Drive Takes Aim at Golf's History Local Drive Takes Aim at Golf's History Article describes local and national efforts to achieve National Register of Historic Places status for the home and manufacturing facility of Kenneth Smith, in the 13000 block of W. 71st St. in Shawnee....

39. Local Disease Is a Menace to All Parts of the City Local Disease Is a Menace to All Parts of the City Explanation of Negro Health Week cooperative project begun by Booker T. Washington and promoted by black surgeon Dr. John Perry.

40. Local Developer Creates Urban Loft Condos in the Arts District Local Developer Creates Urban Loft Condos in the Arts District Promotional article about loft conversion at 1819 Baltimore, includes drawings of interior and exterior of renovated "classic art deco building" that once housed Kansas City White Goods Manufacturing Company....