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1. A Festive Farewell to Kettle Drive A Festive Farewell to Kettle Drive December 11, 2004 Article describes the "Last Kettle Drive" of Kansas City radio personality Mike Murphy. Murphy's annual fundraiser for the Salvation Army in 2005 was his 30th.

2. Close Up: Zany Antics Hike Deejay's Ratings Close Up: Zany Antics Hike Deejay's Ratings October/14/1974 Photos and biographical article about Mike Murphy, a 35-year-old "early morning disc jockey at KMBZ radio" starting his career in Iowa and in 1974 signing "a contract for the largest salary in Kansas City...

3. Lake City Ordnance Plant Lake City Ordnance Plant October 5, 1941 Nearly an entire section of the paper devoted to the dedication of the new "Lake City Ordnance Plant," a military industrial complex for production of small arms ammunition in eastern Jackson County made...

4. Leave It to Cleaver Leave It to Cleaver May/4-10/2000 Discusses the former mayor's new role as host of "Under the Clock", a live radio show broadcast from Union Station on public radio station KCUR-FM.

5. Robert H. Hardaway: Actor, a Former Resident Here, Dies in Phoenix, Ariz. Robert H. Hardaway: Actor, a Former Resident Here, Dies in Phoenix, Ariz. August/25/1955 Obituary article for Robert Hardaway, "72 years old, a widely known actor who once lived in Kansas City." He was born in Georgia and came to Kansas City in the 1930s, producing and acting "in radio shows...

6. Where Crash Lands, Sparks Fly Where Crash Lands, Sparks Fly January 25, 2006 Article profiles KKFI-FM (90.1) radio personality "Connie Crash" (aka Connie Humiston). Crash and her "Soul Fixin' Blues" show on Tuesday afternoons are described as fixtures of the Kansas City blues scene....