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1. Another Kind of Food Truck Another Kind of Food Truck August 3, 2011 The Beans & Greens Mobile Market brings a mobile unit filled with affordable fruits and vegetables to older, urban neighborhoods. Argentine, Marlborough, and the West Side benefit from this service. The...

2. At KCI Sunday: Knievel Tops at Talking, Too At KCI Sunday: Knievel Tops at Talking, Too April/24/1974 Photo and biographical article about Evel Knievel, "the famed jumper of motorcycles," planning to "soar from ramp-to-ramp over the cabs of 10 huge trucks Sunday afternoon at Kansas City International Raceway,...

3. Cole Hits the Breaking Point Cole Hits the Breaking Point January/23/2003 Article describing the separation of the Paseo Bridge on January 22, 2003. Includes diagrams of and historical information about the bridge.

4. Fire Museum Making a Move Fire Museum Making a Move April 25, 2007 The Kansas City Fire Museum, now located at 1019 Cherry Street, is having to move. The proposed East Village redevelopment project is scheduled to be a part of the current location. The museum's vintage...

5. Fire Truck From Yesteryear Installed at Union Station Fire Truck From Yesteryear Installed at Union Station December 12, 2008 A cherry-red 1918 American LaFrance, "the oldest known example of a motorized fire truck that once saw service in Kansas City, was installed Wednesday in a new museum space at Union Station." The Kansas...

6. Flawless Work by Evel Knievel Flawless Work by Evel Knievel April/29/1974 Photos and biographical article about Evel Knievel and his successful motorcycle jump over 10 trucks at Kansas City International Raceway in front of 10,000 fans.

7. Food Trucks Rev Up in KC Food Trucks Rev Up in KC May 1, 2011 Article describes the growing number of upscale mobile eateries in Kansas City (food trucks) and their use of social media such as Twitter and Facebook to connect with customers. The vendors spotlighted...

8. Ford F-150 Wins Award Ford F-150 Wins Award December 18, 2003 The prominent automotive magazine Motor Trend selected Ford Motor Co.'s new F-150 pickup as the magainze's 2004 "Truck of the Year." The newly designed F-150, considered Ford's most important vehicle introduction...

9. Innovative Trucks Drove Kansas City's Economy Innovative Trucks Drove Kansas City's Economy September 9, 2009 Advertising photo postcard and description of the Kansas City Auto Truck Co. (1428 Holmes St.) The image shows delivery trucks manufactured by the company for Kansas City businesses including the Kansas...

10. Kansas Speedway Adding 1,500 Seats Kansas Speedway Adding 1,500 Seats December 1, 2004 More than 1,500 new seats are being added to the Kansas Speedway facility in Wyandotte County which will bring the seating capacity to about 82,000. Also new concession and restroom facilities will be...

11. Project Picks Up Tax Credits Project Picks Up Tax Credits December 26, 2006 A building located in the Crossroads Arts District is to be renovated into 46 affordable apartments. The building has an address of 1700 Oak Street as well as 317 E. 17th Street. The oldest part of this...

12. The Dream Ride The Dream Ride December 20, 2006 The "Castle's View" column features John Broski and his huge collection of fire department memorabilia. The collection includes a 300-pound fire hydrant sitting on his porch, fire trucks, hoses and nozzles,...

13. Trucks, Trains, and No Planes Trucks, Trains, and No Planes April-May/30-6/1998 Describes the issues involved regarding the proposed transformation of Richards-Gebaur airport into an intermodal freight hub of Kansas City Southern Industries.

14. Uniquely Outstanding Uniquely Outstanding September 15, 2011 Restaurant review on Port Fonda's El Comedor, "a mobile restaurant that seats six for a four-course, fixed price dinner." The upscale Mexican restaurant is located in a vintage 36-foot stainless steel...