Happy Independence Day, dear readers!
We’ll be keeping a lighter-than-usual publishing schedule this morning so we can celebrate with family and friends — but we’ll be back tomorrow with a full slate of fresh coverage of your community.
If you’re still deciding how you’ll spend the Fourth, check out our rundown of community celebrations here.
April 11, 2017 was, shall we say, not the most enjoyable day I’d had as publisher of the Shawnee Mission Post. After nearly seven
Folks: I don’t need to tell you that these are busy times. And that even if you really want to stay on top of
ICYMI: Shawnee Mission Post on Kansas City Week in Review talking Brownback, Colyer, lack of diversity on local city councils
In case you missed it this weekend, here’s Friday’s episode of KCPT’s Kansas City Week in Review. We were part of the panel that
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Friends, 2018 is here, and for many of us that means a commitment to self improvement. And while there’s a lot to be said
Well, dear readers, it’s the first week of 2018, which means it’s time for our annual look back at the past year and forward to
People: There is simply no better gift than the gift of knowledge. (With the possible exception of those shiny European sports cars with the