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Posted at 6:25 AM

It's become more than just a baseball game as we cheer on our boys in blue. It's the new reality TV show the whole family can enjoy.The Royals have proven the naysayers of last year to be wrong. They really are as good as they seem to be and it's a fun ride for whoever is willing to sit still for three hours to watch one of America's favorite pastimes.I've never thought about the impact baseball players can make on the younger ones until I had grandkids. I wasn't much of a...

Posted at 6:25 AM

It's become more than just a baseball game as we cheer on our boys in blue. It's the new reality TV show the whole family can enjoy. The Royals have proven the naysayers of last year to be wrong. They really are as good as they seem to be...

Posted at 6:25 AM

Halloween is next week and if you have kids, no doubt they have been talking about, “what they’re going to be.” Halloween is often ranked number one as kids’ favorite holiday; just ask a kid. Nothing seems to be more...

Posted at 5:32 AM

Supporters of right-to-work legislation continue to put pressure on three local Republican state representatives, among others around the state. “They are actively searching for folks in primaries. We know that,” said Rep.

Posted at 5:12 AM

The city of Independence will be asking voters on Nov. 3 to renew a pair of 12-year sales taxes that have aided the fire and police departments. The police capital improvement and fire protection sales taxes are for 1/8 of one percent each,...

Updated at 1:47 AM
Updated at 1:35 AM

The envelope the postman slid into our mailbox wasn't addressed to anyone in our house. It wasn't for the popular “Occupant,” or even a former resident (although I appreciate your Victoria's Secret catalogue. Thanks). The envelope...

Updated at 1:34 AM

Vote yes for public safety tax renewal The sales tax renewals that will be on the ballot Nov. 3 are necessary for the continued operation of the Independence police and fire...

Updated at 1:33 AM

The Kansas Royals are headed back to the World Series. But they had to make it through a little drama first to claim a 4-3 win and capture the American League’s berth in the World Series for a second straight season. Royals...

Updated at 1:31 AM

With crisp play from the get-go, Blue Springs South’s football team looked every bit of a top-seeded team in the first round of the Class 6 District 3 playoffs, even considering that visiting Troy Buchanan clearly was...

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Posted at 6:25 AM

Halloween is next week and if you have kids, no doubt they have been talking about, “what they’re going to be.” Halloween is often ranked number one as kids’ favorite holiday; just ask a kid. Nothing seems to be more...

Posted at 5:32 AM

Supporters of right-to-work legislation continue to put pressure on three local Republican state representatives, among others around the state. “They are actively searching for folks in primaries. We know that,” said Rep.

Posted at 5:12 AM

The city of Independence will be asking voters on Nov. 3 to renew a pair of 12-year sales taxes that have aided the fire and police departments. The police capital improvement and fire protection sales taxes are for 1/8 of one percent each,...

Updated at 1:47 AM
Updated at 1:35 AM

The envelope the postman slid into our mailbox wasn't addressed to anyone in our house. It wasn't for the popular “Occupant,” or even a former resident (although I appreciate your Victoria's Secret catalogue. Thanks). The envelope...

Updated at 1:34 AM

Vote yes for public safety tax renewal The sales tax renewals that will be on the ballot Nov. 3 are necessary for the continued operation of the Independence police and fire...

Updated at 1:33 AM

The Kansas Royals are headed back to the World Series. But they had to make it through a little drama first to claim a 4-3 win and capture the American League’s berth in the World Series for a second straight season. Royals...

Updated at 1:31 AM

With crisp play from the get-go, Blue Springs South’s football team looked every bit of a top-seeded team in the first round of the Class 6 District 3 playoffs, even considering that visiting Troy Buchanan clearly was...

Updated at 1:28 AM

William Chrisman football coach Scorpio Horn really didn’t want to get wet, and it wasn’t rain he was afraid of. “Oh (heck) no!” Horn yelled as he saw out of the corner of his eye that senior D’Vontae...

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