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KCUR Mornings News 12-18-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – The Kansas City council gave some National Guard members and other local members of the military on duty in Iraq or Afghanistan a break yesterday.

A lawsuit claims fertilizers made at a St. Joseph tannery has damaged two dozen farms in Northwest Missouri.

St. Joseph will get a federal grant to renovate a Pony Express landmark.

Northeast Johnson County precinct leaders have elected Terrie Huntington of Fairway to a seat in the Kansas Senate.

Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson and some of his staff will be moving back to their offices in the Statehouse this weekend.

When the Kansas City Chiefs kick off at noon Sunday against Cleveland, it will not be televised locally. The Chiefs announced the blackout yesterday (THUR) for their final home game of the season

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