After 45 years and 3 million accident-free miles, Larry Saunders of Lenexa retired Thursday as a UPS driver. “I enjoyed my work,” Saunders said. “I found what I liked to do. I didn’t realize it was what I was going to do. It kind of found me.”
When Make-A-Wish asked, little Ella Joe Schultz knew what she wanted — a backyard playhouse. But the homeowners association board in the Stonegate subdivision in Raymore said the structure violated rules about outdoor structures. Ella has leukemia and has endured multiple surgeries.
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Ranchers are building up their herds by buying more bulls and heifers to take advantage of the current economics rippling through the beef industry. At the retail level, beef is in short supply and prices are higher. Yet there is strong demand from consumers.
Even for Kris Kobach, his recent views on a talk-radio show went shamefully overboard. The Kansas secretary of state told listeners it was “not a huge jump” to think that President Barack Obama might try to stop future criminal prosecutions of black people in America.
Is the man accused of multiple murder and capital felony charges named Miller or Cross? The answer isn’t simple. This is a good example of a topic that readers and journalists who follow a story closely may be familiar with, but the average reader may have initially missed or forgotten.