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Joint Committee on Government Accountability

By Senator Will Kraus; Jefferson City, December 19, 2014 – Last week, the Joint Committee on Government Accountability met to organize and prepare to look into the state’s response to the events in Ferguson, Mo., and the surrounding area. As… Continue Reading →

Bill Prefiling Begins

By Senator Will Kraus; December 4, 2014 This week marks the unofficial beginning of the 2015 legislative session with the prefiling of bills in both the Missouri Senate and House. In the Senate, bills are filed by seniority, whereas in… Continue Reading →

KCIVC is now Global Ties KC

For over 60 years, the Kansas City International Visitors Council has worked to improve global understanding and make peace through exchange programs between international visitors and Americans in our communities. Because of the support of community organizations such as yours,… Continue Reading →

Life Long Fight Against Depression Takes Learning and Courage

AUGUST 14, 2014 LEE’S SUMMIT – Living takes courage and it takes the ability to learn every day and apply your learning. This week two people we all at least heard of had their lives come to an end: One… Continue Reading →

JACOB TURK RESOUNDING PRIMARY VICTORY

News release by: Donna Turk, Turk for Congress Sets sights on Emanuel Cleaver in November’s General Election “My wife Donna and I are grateful for all those who worked so hard to win this primary with resounding success, giving generously… Continue Reading →

Trouble, at the Speed of Social Media

LEE’S SUMMIT, MARCH 15, 2013 – Have you ever thought deeply about the impacts of a comment in today’s rapidly changing technological world: Specifically when that comment was negative or even dangerous?  I’ve caught myself thinking about how things have… Continue Reading →

Inauguration in the State Capitol

JANUARY 22, 2012, JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The week started with the formalities of inauguration. The inaugural parade kicked off the day and we were able to watch it from our new office. The Senate went into session briefly at… Continue Reading →

Merry Christmas

DECEMBER 21, 2012 – As we approach Christmas Day, we are all busy with personal and business tasks.  Decorations to put up, presents to buy, and schedules to arrange all make Christmas a time when motion, rather than emotion, takes… Continue Reading →

Lee’s Summit Lifts Outdoor Watering Restrictions

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 15, 2012 – Today Mayor Randy Rhoads signed a proclamation rescinding the outdoor watering restrictions implemented 40 days ago, on July 6.  The watering restrictions were necessary due to the high demands for water caused by the… Continue Reading →

Rep. Gary Cross Switches Support to Steelman

BREAKING NEWS!  Sarah Steelman’s U.S. Senate campaign picked up an additional important endorsement today from state Representative Gary L. Cross (R-48). Cross, whose district includes parts of Kansas City and Lee’s Summit, had previously been supporting candidate John Brunner. “Few… Continue Reading →

Gov. Huckabee Endorses Brad Lager for Lt. Governor

Huckabee Says Brad Lager is a “True Conservative” SAVANNAH, MO – Governor Mike Huckabee today announced his support and endorsement for Brad Lager’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor.  Governor Huckabee called Lager the “true conservative” in the race, praising his support… Continue Reading →

August 7 Primary Elections

On Aug. 7, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in August this year, Missouri will hold its primary elections for federal, statewide, and state legislative races. In addition, there will be one statewide ballot proposal. For those of you… Continue Reading →

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