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81. Frankie's Co-Founder Retires Frankie's Co-Founder Retires November 19, 2003 Frankie's Ice Cream & Deli was named after the late Frank Bataglia and was started in the late 1970s, first as a flower shop and then a restaurant. Christine Linville has run the business for the last...

82. From Days Gone By, a Tradition Worth Keeping From Days Gone By, a Tradition Worth Keeping December 26, 2007 Article recalls the Christmas parties given for their employees by Virginia and Jud Putsch, owners of several Putschs' restaurants in the area during the 1940s to early 1970s. "Foremost, there was the...

83. George Laurence Mailliard, Sr. Obituary George Laurence Mailliard, Sr. Obituary December 10, 2008 George L. Mailliard, Sr., known as Mr. M., died on December 9, 2008. He owned Mailliard's Incorporated, a men and boys clothing store which began in the Prairie Village Shopping Center in 1954. Eventually...

84. Gezer Park to Extend Children's Play Area Gezer Park to Extend Children's Play Area March 25, 2011 The Barton P. and Mary D. Cohen Charitable Trust made a $45,000 contribution in December 2010 to the children's play area at Leawood's Gezer Park, located at 133rd and Mission Road. The park is a tribute...

85. Girls and Dolls Girls and Dolls October 9, 2007 Color pictures of young girls modeling outfits that match the different American Girl dolls, including Katelyn Struckle, 9 of Olathe, Tai Barber-Gumbs, 10, of Overland Park, Melinda Sanchez, 10 of De Soto,...

86. Grand Opening Marks New Course for Northeast School Grand Opening Marks New Course for Northeast School April/5/2000 Woodland-Edison School is located at 711 Woodland in the northeast area and serves nearly 500 children in kindergarden through 5th grade. Includes a partnership between the Edison Project and the Kansas...

87. Green Wants Pleas Tossed Out in Fatal Fire Case Green Wants Pleas Tossed Out in Fatal Fire Case March 23, 2004 Debora Green, a former physician and convicted and serving a life sentence for killing two of her children in a fire, filed a motion to set aside her no-contest pleas in the case. The fire occurred in...

88. Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework December 3, 1916 Article profiling the work of Mrs. J. M. Curtice teaching children of immigrants to sew at the Swope Settlement House, located at 16th and Campbell. Curtice is described by the author as one of the pioneers...

89. Gwinn Henry a Friend of Every Boy Gwinn Henry a Friend of Every Boy May/28/1955 Tribute about the late coach Gwinn Henry, dying at the age of 67 in 1955 after a career coaching and guiding children in Missouri and Kansas.

90. Healing Little Bodies, Expanding Little Minds Healing Little Bodies, Expanding Little Minds January 21, 2004 The article features the reading program called Reach Out and Read, known earlier as KC Reads. The Cabot Westside Clinic is noted for its participation in the program. The program finds that doctors and...

91. Helping Hand Institute Helping Hand Institute January/29/1932 Institution at 523 Grand Avenue for "worthy homeless men" and some women and children not able to find work.

92. Her Son's Optimism Infuses This Mother's Art Her Son's Optimism Infuses This Mother's Art July 5, 2007 Feature article about local artist Jana Soper and her large art. Her work includes the colorful kaleidoscope monument at Children's Mercy Hospital as well as artwork at the Wonderscope Children's Museum...

93. Here Are the Boy Scouts Here Are the Boy Scouts September/18/1910 Large photos in article with history of the Boy Scouts starting with Baden-Powell in the Boer War in 1899 and moving eventually to Kansas City with learning in woodcraft, endurance, self-dependence, Indian...

94. Historic African Methodist Episcopal Church Celebrating the Century Mark Historic African Methodist Episcopal Church Celebrating the Century Mark August 3-9, 2012 Article about the 100 year old Bethel African Methodist Episcopal church located at 2329 Flora Avenue. The church was spearheaded by Sister Kitty E. Raynor and Harrison Williams, who both saw the need...

95. Historic Building Named After Community Leader Historic Building Named After Community Leader September 24, 2008 In August 2008 the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCUMB) named its historic administration building in honor of civic leader and president, Karen Pletz. The building, located at Woodland...

96. Honoring Hispanic Leaders Honoring Hispanic Leaders September 29 - October 5, 2005 Article profiles three prominent members of the Kansas City area Hispanic community: Cris Medina, Executive Director at the Guadalupe Centers, Inc.; Teresa Pacheco, volunteer and community activist; and...

97. Hospital Looks to East Hospital Looks to East October 12, 2007 Children's Mercy Hospital has purchased nine acres for $2.9 million to build a new facility to serve eastern Jackson County. It's located near the southeast corner of Interstate 70 and Little Blue Parkway....

98. I had Every Right to Give Up I had Every Right to Give Up January 2, 2013 Article profiles Jim Bogle, president and chief executive officer of Newhouse, a Kansas City-based domestic violence shelter for women and children. Bogle, a Northeast High School graduate, discusses domestic...

99. Inside a Family Feud Inside a Family Feud June 7, 2006 Story details the feud and legal battles going on within the Sutherland Family concerning the privately held Sutherland Lumber Company which was started in 1917 by Robert Sutherland in Hugo, Oklahoma....

100. Interactive Museum Teaches Kids Peace Interactive Museum Teaches Kids Peace July/1-7/1999 Article describing the Children's Peace Pavilion, established by the RLDS church and located in Independence, Missouri.