The sounds of construction, not snowblowers, fill the air as Kansas City’s mild winter continues. Amid Wednesday’s warm weather, Cruz Morales (foreground), his brother Elmer Morales (right) and Cesar Martinez framed a house at 10606 N. Hedges in Kansas City, North.
The sounds of construction, not snowblowers, fill the air as Kansas City’s mild winter continues. Amid Wednesday’s warm weather, Cruz Morales (foreground), his brother Elmer Morales (right) and Cesar Martinez framed a house at 10606 N. Hedges in Kansas City, North. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
The sounds of construction, not snowblowers, fill the air as Kansas City’s mild winter continues. Amid Wednesday’s warm weather, Cruz Morales (foreground), his brother Elmer Morales (right) and Cesar Martinez framed a house at 10606 N. Hedges in Kansas City, North. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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