One of the most entertaining (not informative, but entertaining) pieces of the July 22 candidate forum was watching the District 34 hopefuls jockey for conservative positioning.
The signs are out. The talking points are flowing.
Call me crazy, but I think if Steve Arbo could have gotten in his car last week and immediately driven to Des Moines to take the city manager job there, he would have.
We all look at transitions in different ways.
If Clara Peller were alive today, perhaps she could rejuvenate her pitch career with a series of promotional ads geared toward the Lee’s Summit City Council.
Having the Fourth of July fall on a Friday is an added bonus as an adult.
There is usually a lot going on in the car when I am taxiing my daughter Addy around.
In over five years here at the Journal, I have been privileged to work with some incredible people around Lee’s Summit.
The almost-annual trip to Memphis this year had some new components added in this time around.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer had a premonition in 1973.
When the No. 2 Republican in the U.S. House losses on primary day, you better believe the party is going to take notice.