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Missouri lawmakers pass gasoline tax increase under statewide transportation investment bill

Republican lawmakers in Missouri have passed a bill to raise the gas tax for the first time since the 1990's. Now, it's headed to Governor Mike Parson's desk. The GOP-led House voted Tuesday 104-52 to raise Missouri's 17-cent gas tax…

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Coping with COVID: Missouri National Guard to withdraw from COVID-19 vaccination drives

Starting in June, the Missouri National Guard will no longer be involved in vaccination drives across the State of Missouri. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said…


Bluhawk Sports Park revised plan receives council approval

Approved plans for the Bluhawk Sports Park in Overland Park, Kan. have developers hoping they can soon begin Phase 1 of the $1 billion mixed-use…


Missouri lawmakers pass gasoline tax increase under statewide transportation investment bill

Republican lawmakers in Missouri have passed a bill to raise the gas tax for the first time since the 1990's. Now, it's headed to Governor…


State-employed Kansans to make office return in June

State of Kansas offices will return to normal operations beginning June 13. Gov. Laura Kelly made the announcement on Wednesday. The decision to return to…


Mark Twain Tower revamp proposal secures financing


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Can the Circle Be Unbroken

In recent years, we’ve bought several homes and developed building lots at the Lake of the Ozarks and have established…


Putting the Edge on Small-Town Living

Everyone who has ever met the aptly named Loy Edge—and that is just about everyone in Kansas City—will agree on…


Cold Calls in 2021 . . . Really?

I make my living with words, so full disclosure: I’m not a salesman. And neither, it seems, are the legions…