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Foundation Makes 7-Figure Gift to Park U.

The Robert W. Plaster Foundation, based in Lebanon, Mo., has donated at least $1 million to help Park University build a new School of Business.…

Public Forum Set on Future of Downtown Loop, Broadway Bridge

If you’re interested in learning more about plans for upgrading the Broadway Bridge and the north end of the Downtown Loop, here’s your chance: A…

KC Rising to Assess Progress in 2nd Year

KC Rising, a business-driven initiative focusing on regional economic-development needs, work-force training and job creation, will hold its Year Two Update on Tuesday, with more…

Park University Adding Lenexa Campus

Park University, which has expanded nationwide from its Parkville base by developing a national network of satellite campuses,  is adding one more--only this time, it…

Red Bridge Plan Now Includes Children's Museum, Library

The Wonderscope Children’s Museum, based in Shawnee, kicked off a capital campaign this morning to finance a  $12 million facility in the Red Bridge Shopping…

New Leaders Set for KC Rising

After two years under the guidance of the KU Medical Center's Doug Girod and former HNTB executive Scott Smith, the KC Rising Steering Committee announced…

Mosaic Life Care Arena Gets Go-Ahead

The Kansas City Council has approved an ordinance that will allow a local development company, Foutch Brothers, to buy Kemper Arena for a dollar and…

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So Much for the Valentine’s Day Massacre

I earned a lifetime teaching degree while at Mizzou, and like those icons we feature in this issue, I particularly…

Puppies May Save KC’s Bond Deal. Pavement Won’t.

In 2010, activists succeeded in getting a proposition on the Missouri ballot with the title, “Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act.”…