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Flooding concerns rise after heavier-than-expected weekend rainfall in Missouri

Flooding concerns rise after heavier-than-expected weekend rainfall in Missouri
KANSAS CITY — Officials are monitoring water levels on the Missouri River after recent rains caused renewed flooding concerns in some areas. The State Emergency Management Agency says a heavier-than-expected rainfall of 1 1/2 to 2 inches fell overnight in the Missouri River Basin. Rain and thunderstorms remain in the forecast Sunday. Flash flooding was reported in some areas, and most of the …
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Rockies add 2B Ellis to active roster
The Colorado Rockies have added second baseman Mark Ellis to the active roster Friday, in time for the team’s game against the Kansas City Royals.
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Posted by admin - July 5, 2011 at 8:11 am

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Missouri city has blueprint for tornado recovery

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Liberty Memorial. (2010, February 2). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 20:54, April 28, 2010, from…

The Liberty Memorial, located in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, houses the The National World War I Museum, as designated by the United States Congress in 2004.[3] On September 21, 2006, Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne declared Liberty Memorial a National Historic Landmark.[4]

The memorial in Penn Valley Park was designed by Harold Van Buren Magonigle who won a design competition. The primary sculptor was Robert Aikten. The approaches were designed by Wight and Wight.
It was dedicated on November 11, 1926, by U.S. President Calvin Coolidge. In attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony on November 1, 1921, were Lieutenant General Baron Jacques of Belgium, Admiral Earl Beatty of Great Britain, General Armando Diaz of Italy, Marshal Ferdinand Foch of France, and General John Pershing of the United States. In 1935, bas reliefs by Walker Hancock of Jacques, Beatty, Diaz, Foch and Pershing were unveiled.
The Liberty Memorial houses the official World War I museum of the United States. Among other landscaping, its grounds include two large sphinx sculptures, the centerpiece 217-foot (66 m) tower, and the museums around and under the tower. Commensurate with the memorial’s congressional designation as the "national" memorial and museum, a new, much larger museum opened in 2006 beneath the main memorial to form a huge museum complex (see below).

Missouri city has blueprint for tornado recovery
JOPLIN, Mo. — Less than a week after one of the nation’s deadliest tornadoes wiped a big chunk of Joplin off the map, the city is beginning to shift its focus toward the next challenge: rising from the ruins. And the town that gained fame as a stop along Route 66 can use the road maps drawn by other storm-savaged communities that have endured the same long journey.
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Royals Game 1: Lewis v. Adcock
The Texas Rangers begin a three-game series tonight with the Kansas City Royals. Colby Lewis will start for the Rangers, while KC counters with Nate Adcock.
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City considers new flight provider
Garden City commissioners are considering bidding on a new Essential Air Service provider that would replace daily flights to and from Denver with daily flights to and from Dallas.
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Posted by admin - May 28, 2011 at 8:09 am

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Missouri, Kansas and 11 other state files brief in Arizona immigration case

Missouri, Kansas and 11 other state files brief in Arizona immigration case
JEFFERSON CITY | Missouri and Kansas were among 13 states this week to submit a legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court supporting an Arizona immigration law. The law, however, is not Arizona’s controversial Senate Bill 1070, passed last April and challenged by the federal government. That law is now before an appeals court.
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Kansas City Chiefs Coach Todd Haley, It’s Time for Gambler’s Anonymous
More than a century ago, Kansas City represented the last great trading post for those heading out on the Santa Fe, Calif., and Oregon trails. Settlers from all points East packed their wagons and risked everything in an effort to strike it rich and stake their claim to the fame and fortunes that awaited them in the West. Fast forward to 2010, and Chiefs head coach Todd Haley continues to blaze …
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Posted by admin - November 5, 2010 at 8:37 am

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