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421. A Conversation with the Mayor A Conversation with the Mayor Interview with Kansas City Mayor Kay Barnes on the occasion of the passage of the "arena tax" in August, 2004. The campaign for passage of the tax was one of the most grueling, and rewarding, of Barnes'...

422. A Conversation with---Emil Lansu A Conversation with---Emil Lansu Emil Lansu of Bayer Corporation talks about his company's commitment to Kansas City and upcoming construction here.

423. A Conversation with. ..Bill Lucas: Chamber Chairman of the Board Looks Back on Year at the Helm A Conversation with. ..Bill Lucas: Chamber Chairman of the Board Looks Back on Year at the Helm Photos and biographical article about Bill Lucas, "chairman [of] the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors" and "president of Crown Center Redevelopment," coming to Kansas City in...

424. A Conversation with. ..Carl Peterson A Conversation with. ..Carl Peterson Photos, interview, and biographical article about Carl Peterson, "president and chief executive officer" of the Kansas City Chiefs since 1989 and known as "a marketing genius" (page 8) making Arrowhead...

425. A Conversation with. ..Henry Bloch A Conversation with. ..Henry Bloch Photo, interview, and biographical article about Henry Bloch, founder of the H & R Block national tax accounting business based in Kansas City in 1946 with offices at Main and Westport Roads.

426. A Conversation with. ..Rich Hastings A Conversation with. ..Rich Hastings Photo, interview, and biographical article about Rich Hastings, chairman of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and retiring "president and chief executive officer of Saint Luke's-Shawnee Mission...

427. A Conversation with..Tom McDonnell A Conversation with..Tom McDonnell Interview with the CEO of DST Systems Inc. about the company and its commitment to downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

428. A Convict Looks Back at the 1954 Missouri Penitentiary Riots A Convict Looks Back at the 1954 Missouri Penitentiary Riots Article about the 1954 riots at the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Missouri. Riot included killings, fires, destruction of over $10 million to state property and most of the prison. Also...

429. A Country Doctor of Kansas in National Spotlight Today A Country Doctor of Kansas in National Spotlight Today Photos and biographical article about Dr. Charles Hoover, a 76-year-old physician in Overbrook, Kansas, "68 miles west of Kansas City in Osage County," Kansas, featured on the national television show...

430. A County and a Kingdom: Callawegians Won Their Freedom without a Fight A County and a Kingdom: Callawegians Won Their Freedom without a Fight History of Callaway County from 1860, its beginning as an individual "kingdom" during the Civil War. Description of battles and the nature of the pro-slavery "Kingdom of Callaway," including Fulton, Missouri....

431. A County Official Resigns His Post A County Official Resigns His Post Photo and biographical article about Paul Edwards, former "Jackson County co-ordinator of intergovernmental relations," resigning "to join the Institute for Community Studies as a specialist in urban programs"...

432. A County Thirty-one Years in Rebellion: Being the Story of a Rural Community in Missouri Wherein a Public A County Thirty-one Years in Rebellion: Being the Story of a Rural Community in Missouri Wherein a Public Office Is a Private Calamity Story about the avoidance of a bond debt by the government of Saint Clair County, Missouri, to the federal government for a railroad planned but never built in 1870, with illustrations.

433. A Couple of Well-Known Dogs A Couple of Well-Known Dogs Profiles of Missouri's two most famous dogs, Old Drum and Jim the Wonder Dog.

434. A Couple of Winners A Couple of Winners Article profiles Joe and Kay McGuff. In 1997, five years after retiring from a long career as a journalist with the Kansas City Star, Joe McGuff was diagnosed with amytrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

435. A Courthouse Revival A Courthouse Revival The historic Jackson County Courthouse in Independence, Missouri, on the National Register of Historic Places and originally constructed in 1836, is slated for major renovations. Currently "senior citizens... Courthouses; Remodeling;

436. A Creative Powerhouse Behind the Scoreboard A Creative Powerhouse Behind the Scoreboard A local company, Dimension X Design, also known as DXD, produces the graphics for the Kansas City Royals new scoreboard. This company, founded by Sean Hopkins, works with 100-plus professional teams, "doing... Scoreboards; Digital images; Computer graphics;

437. A Creative University A Creative University Article about the programs offered by and the environment of the University of Kansas City, later called the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Information from its president, Clarence R. Decker and note...

438. A Creed for Labor A Creed for Labor When Charles J. MacGowan announced his retirement to inactive status as president of the boilermakers' union, he expressed to a friend his own personal philosophy of life. Today, when labor groups are...

439. A Crowning Achievement A Crowning Achievement Former Kansas City Royals manager Whitey Herzog will become the 20th manager inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place July 25, 2010, at the HOF in Cooperstown, New York. Herzog... Baseball; Baseball managers;

440. A Crowning Achievement A Crowning Achievement History of the drugstore chain.