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Faces of Northeast – Chamber Intern

Jason Nickles is interning this summer with the Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce to gain experience in his field of urban planning and design. After making a career switch, Nickles, a 2016 graduate of the University of Missouri, is now pursuing a second degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City.
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Northeast HS JROTC’s Colonel Hilliard retires

Beloved Northeast High School JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) instructor Colonel Richard Hilliard is retiring after this school year. As he reflects on his decades long career as a mentor and teacher, he’s realizing the impact he’s had on Northeast’s young people. Hilliard served for 20...
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Cardinals reportedly sign former Chiefs RB Darrel Williams

The Arizona Cardinals scored the third-most rushing touchdowns (23) in the NFL last season, and have added another quality running back to their roster. Jordan Schultz reported Tuesday on Twitter that the Cardinals are signing former Kansas City Chiefs running back Darrel Williams. Williams, signed by the Chiefs as an...
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Jon Feliciano: Bills got what they deserved in loss to Chiefs

Former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Jon Feliciano believes he could have made the difference in the team’s loss to the Bills—if he weren’t benched. Apparently, Jon Feliciano is happy to let any ounce of goodwill drain completely and to burn any bridges still standing in the wake of his departure from the Buffalo Bills this offseason. We supposed that’s one way for a player to handle being benched for a half-season.
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Patrick Mahomes Ready To Reach A New Level Of Stardom

Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is set for a new level of stardom. This comes from him having to perform as an elite quarterback without Tyreek Hill. While Hill wasn’t his only weapon in Kansas City, he was the biggest one. When defenses focused on him, it...
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AAPI Heritage Month Event in Columbus Park

Cafe Cà Phê hosted an Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Heritage Month celebration this weekend in Columbus Park with some big name sponsors like the Kansas City Royals and KC Parks. The family- and pet-friendly event uplifted AAPI voices and culture, supported local AAPI businesses and performers who shared their talent throughout the day. Performances included a presentation of cultural dances from Vietnam, Bali and the Polynesian Islands; as well as an interactive portion where guests could learn the culturally specific movements and meaning behind these dances.
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A small college in Kansas City, Kansas, wants climate justice at the center of everything it does

Joe Multhauf is an avid gardener, but even he was thinking that a chilly day with wind gusts up to 20 mph was less than ideal for putting seeds in the ground. Still, there he was in late March, kneeling on the ground in a courtyard at a low-income apartment complex just west of downtown Kansas City, Kansas, teaching college students the proper spacing for lettuce and other seeds.
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