Carpenter will face Republican Lydia McEvoy, the Clay County collector, in the general election. They’re seeking to replace Gene Owen, who chose not to run for re-election.
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Back-To-School Shopping Means Spending Millions On Thermometers, Sanitizer And Air Filters For Kansas City DistrictThe earliest students will return to Kansas City Public Schools for in-person learning is Sept. 22, and only if local pandemic conditions improve. But the the district has already spent millions preparing for their return.
Educators who opt to teach online won't be able to telecommute when buildings are open. That has teachers in high-risk categories concerned for their safety.
Wins by conservatives over GOP moderates could mean more conflict between lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.
Several council members objected to an $80 million contract that was awarded to an out-of-town firm.
Theater companies respond to COVID-19 with mix of small-scale live performances, outdoor events, and digital experiences.
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