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February//1978 (2)
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1. A Couple of Winners A Couple of Winners March, 2005 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).

2. Ann Sure-as-Heck Can Ann Sure-as-Heck Can January//1980 Photos and biographical article about Anne Peterson, 24-year old (in 1980) KCMO-TV Channel 9 news anchorperson since about 1979. Born in Wisconsin as Anne Brunk to two Swedish immigrants and having a nearly...

3. His Billion Dollar Baby His Billion Dollar Baby December//1986 Photo and biographical article about James Hale, or "slow talking Texan Jim Hale," publisher of the Kansas City Star through its parent company, Capital Cities Communications, born in Texas about 1927,...

4. The Day the Chief Got Roasted but the Roasters Got Burned The Day the Chief Got Roasted but the Roasters Got Burned March//1976

5. The Incredible Ernie: Former K. C. Star Sports Editor Ernie Mehl Talks about the Old Days, the New Ways The Incredible Ernie: Former K. C. Star Sports Editor Ernie Mehl Talks about the Old Days, the New Ways and the Many Myths of Retirement April 1979 Photo, interview, and biographical article about Ernie Mehl, "[f]ormer K. C. Star sports editor." Discussion about his role in bringing the Kansas City Athletics to town and issues of retirement, growing...

6. The Intriguers: Hale--to the Chief! The Intriguers: Hale--to the Chief! February//1978 Biographical article about James Hale, the new president and publisher of the Kansas City Star.

7. The Larry You Turn On Moore! The Larry You Turn On Moore! February//1978 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Larry Moore, news anchor on Kansas City television Channel 9, with discussion about his job

8. The Last Survivor The Last Survivor September//1978 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Bruce Rice, a local television sportscaster, discussing his career as a reporter, local sports teams, and operations of television stations, etc.

9. Tony de Haro Has Something to Say Tony de Haro Has Something to Say June//1977 Interview of Tony de Haro, a prominent television journalist on Channel 5, discussing free speech rights, comparing TV news to newspapers, etc., with photos.

10. When George Did It When George Did It August, 2005 Article describes an incident during the playing career of Kansas City Royals third baseman George Brett (the exact date is not given), during which he shouted at a journalist, grabbed the journalist's...

11. Who Really Has the Power? Who Really Has the Power? August//1975 Discussion of the influence of the Kansas City Star in the sphere of political power in the Kansas City area, including support for certain mayors, power of some Star journalists, and attention to the...