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Unified Government Pays Off Village West STAR Bonds

The Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas is celebrating an economic achievement. The STAR Bonds that funded the Village West Shopping and Tourism district…

Department of Labor Reports on Productivity

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today that labor productivity in the nonfarm business sector increased at a 3.1-percent annual rate during the third…

Overland Park Medical Building Goes for $9 Million

Foxhill Medical Center, a 52-thousand square foot, 3-story medical office building at 4601 West 109th Street in Overland Park, has been purchased for $9 million…

Missou's New President Visits UMKC

The University of Missouri-Kansas City celebrated today at a rally welcoming Mun Choi, Ph.D.—president-designate of the University of Missouri system—who is capping off a tour…

Spencer Fane Increases Attorney Presence in Denver

Kansas City’s Spencer Fane LLP announced today that it is bringing 30 attorneys on board by welcoming Denver’s 70-year-old Berenbaum Weinshienk law firm as part…

Kansas Newspaper Publisher Sold to Investment Group

Harris Enterprises, Inc.—a Kansas-based publisher of local publications for Central Kansas and Eastern Iowa—has been acquired by New Media Investment Group Inc. (NYSE:NEWM) for $20.4…

Paragon Star Breaks Ground in Lee’s Summit

This morning, after months of planning and approvals, the recreation, entertainment and soccer complex project known as Paragon Star broke ground at the intersection of…

Income, Spending and Prices Are on the Rise, Says Commerce Department

The likelihood of an interest-rate increase from the Federal Reserve grew today with the release of October’s consumer spending and personal income numbers from the…

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Opinion

Here Are 250 Good Reasons Why Kansas City Works

    It’s with great pleasure that we’re able to deliver the inaugural edition of Ingram’s 250. It’s a digest…

The Creative Class Approach Meets Reality

    In 2002, almost in step with a millennium and the crop of self-important young swells identified with it,…