Inspired by homes he saw in Telluride, Colo., local businessman James B. Nutter acquired midtown Kansas City homes, painted them in brilliant hues and added colorful flowers. Now the area is home to an eclectic group of businesses.
Lee’s Summit, Kansas City, Hickman Mills and North Kansas City,have privatized their substitute teacher operations to Kelly Educational Staffing. A higher percentage of slots get filled, and the arrangement protects districts costs arising from the Affordable Care.
Our third of 16 #PaperChiefs action figures, Travis Kelce, is out Friday in the Chiefs Extra section of The Star's print edition. Tweet your most creative photos with the hashtag #PaperChiefs or email them to email@example.com for a chance to win upcoming prizes (we gave away a TV on Thursday, Sept. 18th). Check out our photo gallery of some of the best submissions so far:
North Kansas City, Lee’s Summit, Kansas City and Hickman Mills have privatized their substitute teacher operations to Kelly Educational Staffing. A higher percentage of slots get filled, and the arrangement protects districts costs arising from the Affordable Care.
Reyes Olivas killed his cousin Katie Rios while the two were home from school on a snow day. He must be sentenced again in light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that it’s cruel and unusual punishment to imprison a minor with no chance of release.
Grand opening is Friday for Swope Soccer Village, which boasts six synthetic-turf fields and three natural-grass surfaces. It was built by Kansas City, but the Sporting Kansas City pro team and Heartland Soccer Association are responsible for what the city hopes will be a break-even operation.
Hope House in Independence is the third of five domestic violence shelters in the U.S. to receive ‘sacred sewing rooms’ through a charity inspired by the founder’s mother. ‘We all need that creative outlet, whether it’s painting or drawing or working on an engine,” said Terry Grahl of Enchanted Makeovers.