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1. A Career Selling Historic Northeast A Career Selling Historic Northeast December 21, 2005 Article features northeast real estate agent Tony Termini who graduated from Northeast High School in 1980. He began is career in 1985 with Phil and Jo Mangiaracina, owners of JoMag Realty. He works now...

2. A Legacy That Burns Brightly A Legacy That Burns Brightly April 25, 2008 The sons of debate coach and poet Melvin Tolson were in Kansas City to take part in the Debate-Kansas City's award ceremony. Tolson's story has recently been depicted in the movie, "The Great Debaters,"...

3. A Love of Law and Life A Love of Law and Life June 25, 2008 John C. Dods III is featured in the "Tribute" column of the obituary section of the local newspaper. He died at the age of 74 on June 2, 2008, of cancer. Dods was a lawyer and longtime community servant....

4. Augusta Gufler Augusta Gufler December/15/1971 Obituary for Augusta Gufler, a retired home economics teacher at Northeast High School from 1924 to 1954, dying at the age of 89.

5. Business Students Spruce Up Mission Business Students Spruce Up Mission November 19, 2003 Northeast High School students have done volunteer work at the City Union Mission. This includes building personal storage modules, working in the basement workshop as well as the gym area on the top floor....

6. City Fishing for a Half-Century City Fishing for a Half-Century July 18, 2007 Article profiling Inter-City Bait & Tackle, located one-half mile east of I-435 on 24 Hwy. The shop has been serving area fisherman from the Northeast community and eastern Jackson County for over 50 years....

7. Cliff Drive Remembered Cliff Drive Remembered September 29, 2004 Article is part of the "Northeast Boomers" column. Description of Cliff Drive activities and memories, ca1960s on. Demonstrates the connection of the drive to the Northeast area and to Northeast High School....

8. Confronting Violence In Schools Confronting Violence In Schools May 11, 2005 Story centers on anti-violence activity associated with Northeast High School. Mentions the GLOBE program that is at the school, meant to curb violence.

9. Debate Program Revived in City Schools Debate Program Revived in City Schools January/16/2002 Debate is returning to some local high schools thanks to DEBATE Kansas City which was started in 1998. Debate tournaments are held in the local area and include the debate team from Northeast High School....

10. Elizabeth Gregory Elizabeth Gregory March/2/1973 Obituary for Elizabeth Gregory, a teacher at Northeast High School.

11. Eva Packard Eva Packard March/17/1967 Obituary for Miss Eva Packard, a mathematics teacher at Northeast High School from 1913 to 1944, dying at the age of 90 in 1967.

12. General Maxwell Taylor General Maxwell Taylor August 21, 1955 Biographical article about General Maxwell Taylor, a military officer growing up in Kansas City. Born in Keytesville, Missouri in 1901 and coming here as a student at Lykins, McCoy, and Ashland Elementary...

13. General Maxwell Taylor General Maxwell Taylor July 5, 1959 Biographical article about General Maxwell Taylor, a military officer growing up in Kansas City. Born in Keytesville, Missouri in 1901 and coming here as a student at Lykins, McCoy, and Ashland Elementary...

14. Hailing Our Chief Hailing Our Chief September 8, 2004 Results of an interview between outgoing Kansas City Police Chief Rick Easley and fellow Northeast High School classmate Dean Hughson. Easley will become president of the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime...

15. 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...

16. In the Beginning, Northeast High School is Newly Constructed In the Beginning, Northeast High School is Newly Constructed January 12, 2011 Postcard image and short article about the construction of the Northeast High School building, completed in 1913. Classes were held at the old Central High School at 11th & Locust prior to the building's...

17. It Says Here It Says Here April 6, 1960 Photo and biographical article about Max Mesner, a "49-year-old former Kansas Citian" and developer of "the weather eye television cameras orbiting in outer space in the Tiros I satellite." Graduate of...

18. It's Never Too Late to Graduate: World War II Veteran Receives Northeast Class of '46 High School Diploma It's Never Too Late to Graduate: World War II Veteran Receives Northeast Class of '46 High School Diploma August/1/2001 Photo and biographical article about Bob Brizendine, a World War II veteran from the Northeast area "working for TWA for 28 years" and "receiv[ing] his diploma almost 50 years after [leaving] Northeast...

19. KC Woman Was One of First Female State Legislators KC Woman Was One of First Female State Legislators February 4, 1987 Biographical article about Sarah Lucille Turner, or Sarah Turner (1898-1972) of Kansas City, the "first female legislator" in the Missouri state legislature along with Melcene Smith (of Saint Louis) in...

20. KC-bred Pianist Russ Long Dies KC-bred Pianist Russ Long Dies January 3, 2007 Kansas City jazz pianist Russ Long died December 31, 2006, at the age of 67. "Long, born Russ Longstreth, was a much admired musician, singer and composer who worked in many of Kansas City's jazz clubs...