South KC Perspectives by John Sharp

February 14, 2018

Cerner Expansion

Cerner Corporation is moving ahead with construction of the next two office towers at its Innovations Campus by the former Bannister Mall site, according to four area elected officials who attended a private briefing by Cerner officials on  January 26. [caption id="attachment_10596"…

Missouri Legislation News

October 20, 2017

Greitens approves transfer…

"In addition to creating new jobs, the overall economic impact of this project will be millions of dollars.” - Gov. Eric Greitens

May 8, 2017

City Manager Names Parts…

135th Street and Holmes Rd did not make the cut this year. John Sharp gives the run down on what did, as well as the Bannister Federal Complex clean up plans, Hickman Mills board of education vacancies, and the Cornerstone Awards.

May 8, 2017

Missouri House Ready…

Legislation pending in the Missouri House of Representatives is just one vote away from rolling back civil rights protections in our state by more than 50 years. That single vote would hit the reset button on decades of progress in combating racial and sex discrimination in Missouri.

Arts & entertainment

February 23, 2018

Artist's exhibit is about…

Jose Faus' exhibit at the Thornhill Gallery at Avila University runs through March 21.

February 22, 2018

Avila performs true story…

The “radium girls” painted watch dials with a toxic glow-in-the-dark compound. Their story, “These Shining Lives,” will be performed at Avila University. Avila University’s department of…

February 17, 2018

Retired health physicist…

You might think this is part of the LEGO exhibit at Union Station. But it's the work of a South KC resident whose exhibit is an ongoing fundraiser for Alzheimer's.

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