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CHAMPIONS OF BUSINESS - KANSAS CITY BUSINESS JOURNAL

May, 2019

Since 1983, Populous has designed more than 3,000 projects worth $40 billion in cities nationally and globally. In 2018, the firm recorded its most successful year to date, with global annual revenue of $208 million.

CHAMPIONS OF BUSINESS - KANSAS CITY BUSINESS JOURNAL

May, 2019

Almost 13 years after its inception, Veracity Consulting Inc. continues to make its mark in the IT industry. With a new office in Overland Park to house its almost 70 employees, a recent yearlong strategic revamp to refocus its target industries and a handful of new client services, the female- and Native American-owned IT solutions firm shows no signs of slowing. 

WAR HORSES FOR VETERANS, VFW MAGAZINE

September, 2018

Combat veterans from across the country travel to Stilwell, Kan., to participate in an equine therapy program to treat PTSD symptoms.

PARK MAGAZINE

Spring 2018

PARK MAGAZINE SPRING 2018

WOMEN WHO MEAN BUSINESS, KANSAS CITY BUSINESS JOURNAL

August, 2018

Rosin Preservation assists historic building owners and communities with rehabilitation strategies and design direction to maintain their unique historic character. Rosin, who founded the company in 2006, oversees growth as well as sales and marketing. She also manages the finances.

NEXTGEN LEADERS, KANSAS CITY BUSINESS JOURNAL

August, 2018

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City has been a nonprofit health care insurance provider for more than 80 years. With almost 1 million members, it strives to provide top-quality care and customer service at a competitive price so members can live their healthiest lives.

KANSAS COUPLE SHARES THE SECRET TO 75 YEARS OF MARRIAGE, KANSAS CITY STAR

July, 2018

Kansas couple celebrates 75 years of marriage at Old Mission United Methodist Church with many of their four children, 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren and spouses present.

GOAL IS TO KEEP ANTIOCH LIBRARY BRANCH AND NEW COMMUNITY CENTER TOGETHER, KANSAS CITY STAR

June, 2018

The city of Merriam and the Johnson County Library will present results of an agreed upon site plan for a proposed shared site with its Antioch branch and the city’s new community center slated to open in 2020.

NEW MERRIAM PUBLIC ARTWORK PASSES A COUNCIL VOTE, AFTER MAYOR BREAKS TIE, KANSAS CITY STAR

May, 2018

Merriam will add a third art piece to its city landscape next year to support a public art initiative created four years ago to enhance its public spaces. The move was approved at the May 14 city council meeting by a tight 5-4 vote.

FAIRWAY WELCOMES FIRST FEMALE MAYOR, NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS AT NEW CITY HALL, KANSAS CITY STAR

January, 2018

The new year brought sweeping changes to the city of Fairway and its residents: a new City Hall, two new council members, and its first female mayor.

VETERANS COMMUNITY PROJECT, VFW MAGAZINE

October, 2017

An ambitious project is taking shape in Kansas City, Mo. Led by three VFW members, construction of a village of tiny homes aims to end veterans homelessness in the Midwestern metropolis.

FROM BLAH TO BRIGHT WITH ONE SIMPLE INVENTION

September, 2017

A local event showcases new glasses that allow people with red-green color blindness to see color. EnChroma glasses create a filter between the two colors to prevent the normal blurring people with color blindness experience.

ST. JOSEPH LIVES ON IN THE HEARTS OF ITALIAN-AMERICANS, NATIONAL CATHOLIC REPORTER

March, 2016

St. Joseph’s Day altars, triple-tiered displays laden with sculpted bread, fresh fruits and vegetables and seafood dishes, can be found in homes and parishes throughout the U.S. and Sicily on March 19, the Feast of St. Joseph.

C’MON IN, THE WATER’S FINE! (FOR LEARNING TO SWIM), KANSAS CITY STAR

December, 2016

For the past 12 years, the North Kansas City School District has spearheaded an after-school swim program that teaches kids about water safety.

AGING WITH GRACE IN PLATTE AND CLAY COUNTIES, KANSAS CITY STAR

October, 2016

Keeping local seniors active both mentally and physically while allowing them the independence to age in place — or stay in their homes as long as they want — is the goal behind three organizations in the Northland.

SONGBIRDS BRING EXOTIC STRAIN OF TICKS TO TEXAS, THE TEXAS TRIBUNE

November, 2015

In her disease ecology lab in College Station, Sarah Hamer is studying how an exotic tick from Central and South America made its way to Texas and whether it has the potential to transport tick-borne diseases.

THE BATTLE TO MOVE U.S. HEALTH CARE FROM PAPER TO DIGITAL FAR FROM OVER, U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT

November, 2015

Moving the U.S.'s health care system from a paper-based one to an electronic one is more difficult than health care professionals anticipated.

DON'T BE THAT PERSON ON THE SUBWAY, USA TODAY

October, 2015

Rule No. 1 on subways around the country: Don’t be that person. You know, the annoying one who blocks the escalator stairs while reading their text messages or swiping their latest match on Tinder.

If you aren’t a subway native, how do you know when you’re being a jerk?

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