KC’s city controller resigns

Mary Temple, the controller for Kansas City municipal government, has announced her resignation effective Oct. 30. Temple, who has been with city for three years, said she was resigning for personal reasons. She has been praised by city council members and others for improving city accounting controls and the reporting of city financial information. Finance […]

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Lawmakers ask whether Kansas is dragging its feet on Cerner/Wizards deal

Could Kansas lose the Cerner/Wizards deal to Missouri after all? That was the worry of state lawmakers this morning who pressed the state’s Secretary of Commerce for assurances that he’s working hard and fast to sign a deal for the $414 million project near the Kansas Speedway. Some said they’re afraid Missouri may win back […]

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Terror at the Train Station 7

The Bacchus Foundation brings back their infamous Terror Party, T7, to the revamped Midland Theater in the Power and Light District. The party, which happens to be the largest Halloween Party in Kansas City brings over 2,000 costumed folks…and the best part, it’s for charity. They’ve got great appetizers, drinks galore, and a costume contest. […]

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The golden rule of painting: plan ahead

ARA) – Are you eager to finish renovation projects before the snow flies? Be sure to avoid the most common mistake of weekend warriors — hastily beginning projects before you’ve planned your work. Planning your project from start to finish will save you both time and money. With a plan in place, there are fewer […]

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