Glaring as the difference might be in hindsight, there tends to be a narrow, fuzzy line between the wisdom of seeking to make things happen and allowing them to unfold. But it’s certainly so when it comes to baseball and a Royals team whose magic the last two seasons has been enabled by its share of calculated gambles.
How was state Sen. Forrest Knox able to include a table with all of the Kansas April revenue figures in his 3:15 a.m. Monday missive to voters — a full 12 hours before the Kansas Department of Revenue released the data to the public and the press?
The first tiny house in a planned village of the homes was dedicated by the Veterans Community Project May 2, 2016, near 89th St. and Troost Avenue. The 240-square-foot homes will provide transitional housing for homeless veterans.