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Say farewell to the water tower and current Howard L. Brown Public Safety Building at 1100 SW Smith St. in downtown Blue Springs.The $22 million remodeling and renovation project of the public safety building will break ground on March 27, and it includes the removal of the water tower.As a result, many municipal operations and services will either be temporarily relocated or closed as construction of the new pubilc safety building is expected to last until the summer of...

Updated at 12:05 AM

The city of Independence has officially opened its contest to redesign the city flag.The city’s beautification commission is sponsoring the contest, with an aim to introduce the new-look pennant on Flag Day, June 14. Citizens are...

Updated at 12:04 AM

This year’s Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award is going to Leon Panetta, a former congressman, director of the CIA and secretary of defense.The announcement was made by the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award Foundation, which grew...

Updated at 12:03 AM

JEFFERSON CITY – Legal experts raised concern Monday about Missouri legislation that would require many adult Medicaid recipients to work in order to receive health care coverage.The work requirement is part of a broader...

Posted at 12:01 AM

Tip of the Week

Updated at 11:58 PM

It's been almost three years since Adam and his family's been home.When Adam called to tell me they were coming to visit, I was ecstatic. Their family lives too far from grandma.They added a new one, Sawyer, a year ago. So there is...

Updated at 11:57 PM

The Blue Springs Planning Commission unanimously recommended Monday that the City Council change the zoning at a site for a proposed indoor shooting range from general business to regional commercial.The site for the indoor shooting...

Updated at 11:55 PM

A marathon spelling bee between two Jackson County students who exhausted the initial word list last month ended after 29 more rounds Saturday when the eventual runner-up stumbled over the word "stifling."For more than an hour,...

Updated at 11:54 PM

If you watch any television these days, you can hardly avoid ads promoting lifestyle pharmaceuticals for men. Whatever stands in the way of our vision of gracefully aging as men, be it sexual dysfunction or low testosterone (LowT), there's a...

Updated at 11:53 PM

There is still much talk going on about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Missouri Health Insurance Marketplace, and what they mean to you. For some, there may still be some confusion about it as well. One thing is clear – March 31 is the...

Updated at 11:52 PM

Go Green! St. Patrick's Day is next week. The color that has come to be associated with vitality, rebirth and renewal is ubiquitous on March 17, a prelude to the springtime ready to burst around us.When dietitians advise us to...

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