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1. 'KC Live' Kickoff to Light Up City 'KC Live' Kickoff to Light Up City March 6, 2008 The long-awaited Power and Light District opens with a kickoff event in the Kansas City Live block at 14th Street and Grand Boulevard. The Cordish Company plans 150 events that include rock, country and...

2. '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...

3. 100 Years on the Assembly Line 100 Years on the Assembly Line October 8, 2013 Article on the 100th anniversary of the Ford Co. assembly line, focusing on the Claycomo plant. Founded in 1909, the plant in the northeastern Kansas City industrial district was the first Ford assembly...

4. 26 Schools Will Close 26 Schools Will Close March 11, 2010 On March 10, 2010, the Kansas City school board voted 5-4 to close 26 schools as recommended by new superintendent John Covington in his "Right Sizing Plan." The closings will reduce the number of school...

5. A Case as Cold as Ice A Case as Cold as Ice August 31, 2013 Article covers the inactive investigation of the Vinca Jewelry heist on September 6, 2010. Simon Zouein, the owner of the shop, is interviewed and expresses his dissatisfaction with the Kansas City Police...

6. A Fight to Save Where They Fought A Fight to Save Where They Fought July 3, 2012 Article on the Monnett Battle of Westport Fund and their attempts to acquire land of the Big Blue Battlefield north of Swope Park. The fund controls more than half of the area near the Blue River where...

7. A Growing Demand for Local A Growing Demand for Local December 8, 2009 Feature article in the Star Business Weekly about local farms and the demand for locally grown food even in the winter. The article includes a comparison chart between 2002 and 2007 of number of farms...

8. A Health Center with More A Health Center with More January 9, 2012 The new Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, located at 825 Euclid Ave. across the street from the prior facilities, cost $25.1 million. The metal-and-glass builidng was designed to resemble a pelican, the...

9. A New Heritage of Frustrations A New Heritage of Frustrations November 24, 2013 Article summarizes the current state of the 18th & Vine Jazz District redevelopment plan and problems that have held back its progress. Emanuel Cleaver, Ollie Gates, Troy Schulte, and other interested...

10. A Tiny Renoir Began Impressive Obsession A Tiny Renoir Began Impressive Obsession June 3, 2007 Article spotlighting the personal collection of French Impressionist paintings of Henry and Marion Bloch. For the last 35 years the Blochs have acquired works from such artists as Manet, Monet, Renior...

11. Always a Helping Hand Always a Helping Hand December 31, 2010 Article describes minister and activist Sam Mann, who served 40 years as the preacher for St. Mark Union church, “a black church on Kansas City’s East Side.” Mann retired from the St. Mark Children...

12. Always Moving, Always Changing Always Moving, Always Changing February 23, 2014 Interview with Yvonne S. Wilson, former director of education for the Kansas City School District and Missouri state representative for the 42nd District. Wilson responds to questions regarding her involvement...

13. Arts District Upgrade Arts District Upgrade November 14, 2012 Article describes the completion of a federally-funded sidewalks project in the Englewood Arts District of Independence. Representatives from the Englewood Business Association and the Mid-America Regional...

14. At Age 101-Plus, He's Been a Campaigner All His Life At Age 101-Plus, He’s Been a Campaigner All His Life December 10, 2013 Profile on Sam Montague, Kansas City promoter, fundraiser, and civic activist. Among his many projects, Montague worked to pass bonds funding KCI and Truman Medical Center, proposed the “City of Fountains”...

15. Big Buzz About Those Books Big Buzz About Those Books October 14, 2009 Article spotlights the Kansas City Public Library's "larger-than-life" Community Bookshelf parking garage at 10th and Baltimore. The bookshelf design decorates the south facade of the garage and looks...

16. Building Will Help Boulevard Grow Building Will Help Boulevard Grow May 3, 2013 Brief article announces that Boulevard Brewery has purchased a building located at 2450 Summit Street in Kansas City. It is stated that the building was constructed in the mid-1970s and was recently occupied...

17. Can Area Support Two Aquariums? Can Area Support Two Aquariums? April 7, 2012 With the opening of the Kansas City Sea Life Aquarium and Legoland Discovery Center at Crown Center, plans are still underway in Kansas for a larger aquarium in Mission, Kansas. The Kansas aquarium was...

18. Courthouse Collection Courthouse Collection September 7, 2013 Article provides details concerning the opening of the Jackson County Museum of Art, located within the historic Truman Courthouse in Independence, Missouri. Some of the items on display, 27 paintings...

19. Cultivating Community Cultivating Community September 25, 2011 Article spotlights Kansas City residents Jason and Candy Fields and other families who have transformed blighted properties in the Lykins Neighborhood into "urban homesteads." More than 20 families have...

20. Decades Pass, Struggle Goes On Decades Pass, Struggle Goes On January 20, 2008 Three Kansas Citians, Geneva Morris, Alvin Brooks, and retired Jackson County Circuit Judge Jon Gray, "tell their stories of the civil rights movement and assess the progress."