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1. 'Sad, Sad Day'--21 KC Schools Close Down 'Sad, Sad Day'--21 KC Schools Close Down June 4, 2010 Article describes 21 schools in the Kansas City School District that will close as a first step in the district's improvement plan. Includes a two-page tribute to the schools being closed including Westport...

2. A Century of Guardian Angels A Century of Guardian Angels September 30, 2009 Guardian Angels Catholic Church, called Guardian Angel until the 1950s, at 1310 Westport Road celebrates 100 years. The original parishoners were German-speaking Catholics. "Today, Guardian Angels attracts...

3. A Pillar of the Community A Pillar of the Community January 21, 2009 Guadalupe Centers, Inc., is celebrating 90 years of service to the Latino community and the 30th anniversary of its executive director, Cristobal Medina. Reported to be the oldest Latino organization in...

4. Chicken Lovers, Icon Is Set to Fry in Fairway Chicken Lovers, Icon Is Set to Fry in Fairway April 4, 2008 Article about the opening of Stroud's South in Fairway, Kansas, on Monday, April 7, 2008. Includes a photo of Stroud's owner Mike Donegan.

5. Comfort of Home Comfort of Home May 23, 2008 Article profiles the life and career of Rick Sutcliffe, a former major-league pitcher and Kansas City native who is battling colon cancer. Nicknamed the "Red Baron," Sutcliff spent 18 years in the majors...

6. Farewell to Politician and Father Farewell to Politician and Father May 12, 2007 Article reporting the death of Phillip Curls, Sr., a popular legislator who served in the Missouri House for for 11 years and 16 years in the state Senate before retiring in 1998. Curls was former president...

7. First Vehicle Crosses Bond Bridge First Vehicle Crosses Bond Bridge September 28, 2010 On September 27, 2010, Brad Regehr and his wife Wanda were the first to cross the new Christopher S. Bond Bridge (Bond Bridge) that replaces the Paseo Bridge. "More than 700 community leaders, politicians,...

8. HCA Midwest: Five Years Later HCA Midwest: Five Years Later April 1, 2008 Review of HCA Midwest and the 10 area hospitals operated by them. The 10 hospitals are: Cass Medical Center; Centerpoint Medical Center (opened 2007); Lee's Summit Medical Center (opened in 2007); Lee's...

9. Jobs Stand the Test of Time Jobs Stand the Test of Time August 17, 2010 Article in the Business Weekly about five jobs, although "old-fashioned," that are either still in demand or have made a comeback. They include typewriter repair; vinyl sound records as opposed to the...

10. KC's '07 Housing Market Was 'Ugly' KC's '07 Housing Market Was 'Ugly' February 17, 2008 Review of the housing market of 2007 with accompanying charts and maps.

11. Reviving a Friendship Reviving a Friendship April 10, 2011 Feature story in A&E about George Wendt, "who is best known as Norm on the long-running sitcom "Cheers," and friend Tim Kazurinksy. Both are in town to perform in "The Odd Couple" at the New Theatre Restaurant....

12. Shawnee Takes a New Look at Its Old Town Shawnee Takes a New Look at Its Old Town September 30, 2009 Shawnee Town will be remade and renamed to Shawnee Town 1929. The focus will be its role in the 1920s as the town center of a farming community.

13. Students Play Role in School Plans Students Play Role in School Plans December 21, 2010 A team of students in UMKC’s Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design “spent the past semester building a guidebook to help inform what will be a communitywide effort to deal with about...

14. The Business of KC's Philanthropic Heart The Business of KC's Philanthropic Heart September 2007 Article explores charitable giving in Kansas City and profiles eight of the city's top philanthropic organizations. Three of the organizations are currently ranked in the top 100 nationwide: the Ewing...

15. They Have Faith in Their Film They Have Faith in Their Film November 13, 2010 Article profiles a movie, "Three Blind Saints," being filmed at the Jackson County Courthouse on Independence Square, by Attaboy Media Productions, a Lee's Summit company specializing in "family-friendly...

16. This Is Not Your Typical Soup Kitchen This Is Not Your Typical Soup Kitchen January 5, 2011 The Kansas City Community Kitchen, located at 1444 E. Eighth Street and operated by Episcopal Community Services, opened September 8, 2010, near the homeless shelters reStart Inc., the Salvation Army,...