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Missouri wins latest battle in border war, swiping two companies from Kansas
Missouri has apparently won another round in the continuing border war with Kansas that involves using tax incentives to entice businesses to move across the state line that runs through the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
BWW Reviews: Hello Dolly Presented by the Leawood Stage Company
Hello Dolly is currently playing at the Leawood Stage Company located at the Amphitheater at Ironwoods Park in Leawood, Kan.
Young Kansas boy scores victory for literacy
City officials in Leawood, Kan., have reversed course after ordering a 9-year-old boy to tear down the little free library he built in his front yard for Mother's Day.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Tax consultant recants claim Brownback's office helping purge tax appeals board
An Overland Park tax consultant backtracked Wednesday on claims he worked with Gov. Sam Brownback's office on a "final solution" to his longtime grievances with the Kansas Board of Tax Appeals.
Little libraries build community, love for books
Some parents buy a dog or cat when their children leave home. When her son Jack Gavron heads to college in the fall, Mindy Fox will get a library.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Perils of Whimsy: Bookshelf Reveals Community Dysfunction
A small town in Kansas exposed itself to ridicule not so long ago with their crack-down on a Little Free Library.
Prairie Village Post
Back to dominant form, Country Club of Leawood repeats at CCSAKC champs
Country Club of Leawood on Friday proved that it's still the dominant force in the Country Club Swim Association of Kansas City.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Island Packet
Little libraries build community and love for books
When her son Jack Gavron heads to college in the fall, Mindy Fox will get a library.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
JCCC's Nerman Museum receives gift from Cohen Charitable Trust
A first-floor space in the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art will become the Kansas Focus Gallery, thanks to gifts from the Barton P. and Mary Davidson Cohen Charitable Trust, as well as the donation of the Barton P. Cohen and Mary Davidson Cohen art collection from Leawood resident Mary Davidson Cohen.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Retail Roundup: Scheels installs last bolt; Woof Gang Bakery eyes OP
To celebrate, the sporting goods store is hosting a last bolt ceremony Wednesday at the Corbin Park retail center at 135th Street and Metcalf Avenue.
Neighbors say curb appeal is more important than helping kids read
Have you seen a "take one book, leave one book" Little Free Library box in your town? While the idea of sharing literature inspires many, some feel the boxes are unsightly.
Boy's 'little free library' gets temporary exemption from town's ban on detached structures
As a result of action on Monday by the Leawood, Kansas, City Council, 9-year-old Spencer Collins will be able to put his "little free library" back into his front yard, report the Kansas City Star , KSHB and KMBC .
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Baby boomers have the highest rate of suicide
Nancy Wolfe of Leawood, Kan., was 55 when, quite calmly, she asked her longtime companion for one more hug before he set out for work on a December morning in 2009.
Prairire Village Post
Library set free! Leawood moratorium allows Collins family to reinstall Little Free Library
Spencer Collins asked the Leawood City Council on Monday to allow his family to put its Little Free Library back in their front yard.
Mexican restaurant to open at Newport on the Levee
Mexican restaurant to open at Newport on the Levee Redondo Taqueria to feature items from Food Network star Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1lOHSR6 Michael Ehnhardt, of Rizzo Brothers Painting, paints around light switches inside Redondo Taqueria, under construction at Newport on the Levee.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
9 Year old KC Area Boy Wins, Little Libraries now Legal
A few weeks ago, a young man got into a bit of trouble putting up his Little Library on the side of a small street in Leawood, Kansas one of Kansas City's suburbs.
Leawood set to revisit little free library controversy
The Leawood City Council will take up a controversy Monday evening that thrust the city into headlines around the world.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Renaissance Financial adds space to grow
Renaissance Financial Corp. moved into a new office in Overland Park to give more visibility to an operation that is the fastest growing in the firm.
Renaissance Financial adds space to grow
Renaissance Financial moved into the Lighton II Building at 7400 College Blvd. in Overland Park to give more visibility to an operation that is the fastest growing in the firm.