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1. A Little Place Getting Smaller A Little Place Getting Smaller Winter 2012 Article about Gove County, Kansas. With a declining population, it represents much of the Great Plains' rural communities. "While rural America in general saw a gain in population between 1990 and 2000,...

2. Council Lines Drawn, and Residents Bristle Council Lines Drawn, and Residents Bristle October 24, 2011 Due to shifts in population indicated by the 2010 Census, the Kansas City Council will redraw six council district boundaries. This will be the second time this year the lines are redrawn because the "new...

3. Downtown KC's Long Road Back Downtown KC's Long Road Back May 18, 19, & 20, 2008 Series of three articles discussing and measuring downtown's progress. The three-day series "charts Kansas City's downtown comeback, compares it to recoveries elsewhere and explores what it needs to continue...

4. DrillDown Reveals Market Strength in Brush Creek Corridor DrillDown Reveals Market Strength in Brush Creek Corridor April/May/June 2008 Report about a study of Kansas City with a focus on three urban market corridors indicating that the census undercounted population and households, "as much as 50 percent," in the Swope Parkway/Elmwood,...

5. How The West Has Grown How The West Has Grown April 2010 Chart of population growth of cities in the U.S. West for 1870, 1880, and 2000 accompanied with three maps marked with routes across the West and population numbers. States included are Arizona, Arkansas,...

6. Is It an Exodus? Not Here Is It an Exodus? Not Here June 6, 2011 Based on information from the Census Bureau, both Kansas and Missouri had more people moving into the states than away--about 25,000. Other population trends are discussed and a sidebar "Commings and Going"...

7. KC Now 28th Largest Metro KC Now 28th Largest Metro April 5, 2007 According to the article, metropolitan Kansas City is growing by a little more than one percent per year. However, the city's rankings dropped from 27th to 28th. Metropolitian Kansas City, which includes...

8. State Loses Clout with New Census State Loses Clout with New Census December 22, 2010 Article discusses the results of the 2010 census and Missouri’s population drop that results in the loss of a congressional seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Includes maps and charts of the...

9. Statistics of Platte County Statistics of Platte County March 1851 The following statistics from 1845-50 for Platte County, Missouri, are given for: population both white and slave, agricultural products, schools, churches, value of property, taxes, exports from Weston,...

10. The Way We Are: Old, Rich and Suburban The Way We Are: Old, Rich and Suburban August 22, 2008 A data-mining company named NewSources was used to provide a demographic study on the Jewish population in the Kansas City regional area. Major findings include: "(1) The Jewish population is disproportionately...