Marcelo Claure and his executive team moved out of their traditional polished wood offices over the weekend. They’re now holding down open workstations and will need to slip into a private phone room for those confidential calls.
Says Chiefs general manager John Dorsey: “I think as we go into (training camp at) St. Joe now, I think that we have a team that we can compete; we can compete in the AFC West, and that is all you can ask for.”
Former Royals great George Brett and golf legend Tom Watson like what they see from these Kansas City Royals. The two sports icons made their annual stop at the Joe McGuff ALS Golf Classic in Overland Park on Monday.
The Kansas wind industry and free-market groups have forged an agreement to replace the state’s renewable energy mandate with a goal. The governor will unveil the plan at a news conference Monday afternoon with representatives from the wind industry.
A former Kansas driver’s license examiner is charged along with more than 40 others in the fraudulent license case. The 28-year-old former employee allegedly thwarted internal security measures to issue the licenses, many to people who entered the United States illegally.
A bill moving through the General Assembly would permit charter schools to start up in most of Jackson County, potentially harming districts that already achieve impressive results. This wrongheaded idea should never have gotten as far as it has. House Bill 42 deserves a “no” vote from every legislator in the Jackson County delegation.
The far left and the far right say that Americans have the right and duty to resist “tyranny.” There’s a way to do that — at the ballot box. “It is better to obey a bad law, making use at the same time of every argument to show its errors and procure its repeal, than forcibly to violate it,” Thomas Paine once wrote.