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Cookies make visit OK

A Kansas City area eye doctor’s office is now featuring cookies to ease patient’s nerves. Silverstein Eye Centers hopes to become known for its “cookie ladies” who serve both cookies and greetings in the waiting room. The cookie ladies greet ...

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Proposed retail center

A new retail center may be coming to west Blue Springs along Woods Chapel Road. The 44.1acre development would offer residents nine potential grocery and retail services as well as new apartment homes. The Gateway Village Development is being proposed ...

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Company not entitled to fees

An energy management company is not entitled to either summary judgment or attorney fees for its breach of contract claims, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, ruled, addressing two of the four points the appellant, St. John’s Regional Medical ...

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Union workers treated fairly, court rules

BALTIMORE, MD – Despite the unfortunate circumstances faced by furloughed US Airways Inc. employee members of the Communications Workers of America AFL-CIO in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, they were fairly represented by their union, the 4th U.S. Circuit ...

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ABA Section of Taxation to meet in Florida

As the Internal Revenue Service cracks down on abusive tax shelters, are unhappy taxpayers taking their frustration out on their tax advisers? Could tax lawyers who offer shelter advice be leaving themselves open to malpractice lawsuits? What effect could recent ...

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Missourians to quit

According to a new Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services survey, Missourians want to quit smoking, but don’t take advantage of available help. The survey, titled, the Missouri County-level Study, 2003, interviewed 15,000 Missourians. It reported 90 percent of ...

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State cuts rental costs

Gov. Bob Holden announced a reduction of rental costs for state offices of more than $1 million. The Office of Administration is consolodating state programs within existing state-owned or leased buildings and reducing the number of offices rented. The total ...

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Weather workshop

The Weatherization Division of the Department of Housing and Community Development is hosting free “Weatherization Works!” workshops January 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. until noon. The workshops will focus on how citizens can save money using ...

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County hosts conference

Jackson County will host the National Association of Counties Convention in 2008. Officials from all 50 states will be included in the conference which is expected to bring an estimated $4.7 million to the metropolitan area. It will be held ...

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