Every rhinestone, every bejeweled embellishment, every piece of lace must be perfect, every loose thread clipped and everything must be clean as if the costume was carried by fairies to a Febreze Cloud where it was gently massaged by a Woolite shower and finished off with a Downy fabric softener kiss.
John Carlin, Mike Hayden, Bill Graves and Kathleen Sebelius, kicked off a legacy protection tour in Missouri last week. The former governors encouraged attendees at a roundtable in the wrong state to retain Kansas Supreme Court justices this fall.
What’s worse than living in a tiny house with a fifth-grader who’s decided to take up the trumpet? Living in that house after his dad, who hasn’t trumpeted a single note since eighth grade, says, “Cool, I’ll try, too!”
Those nerds walking around are chasing imaginary figures, which they fight and then capture. Turns out, there are all competing worldwide for something called combat points. Duplicate bridge is like that, except the players compete for something called master points.
Some Johnson County voters who thought they had helped make critical decisions in August’s primaries actually didn’t. That’s because their ballots were not counted, for various reasons. Looking ahead, voters need to be extra careful in the November elections.
Current and future Johnson County residents will benefit from the development of Big Bull Creek Park. But it all started 18 years ago when a previous generation made the correct decision to invest in a better parks system.