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LIBERTY — The Liberty City Council unanimously approved development of a new 65,000-plus-square-foot micro-fulfillment center facility in the Liberty Commerce Center. The center is slated to open in fall 2022 and is expected to create about 200 jobs with more than $8 million in payroll.

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LIBERTY — Danelle O’Connell joined Historic Downtown Liberty, Inc. as executive director. In the past few days, it has not been uncommon to see O’Connell visiting local businesses and chatting with staffs. In the next few weeks, she will meet with leaders from various organizations such as C…

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Platte-Clay Electric Cooperative appointed of David Edwards of Gower to its Board of Directors. The appointment fills a vacancy in the co-op’s North District, consisting of DeKalb, Clinton and Caldwell counties, created by the resignation of former Board President Debi Koechner in June.

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Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe has announced the fourth annual Buy Missouri Week, Oct. 9-Oct. 16. As designated by the legislature, Buy Missouri Week encourages Missourians to purchase Missouri-made products in support of those who create, grow, manufacture, distribute, promote, and sell goods made…

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The Kearney Chamber of Commerce presented five Business Excellence Awards awards at its first-ever Harvest Gala Thursday, Sept. 23, at Tobacco Barn Farm in Holt. Award recipients were nominated by members of the community and chamber.

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Kansas City Aviation Department reports that during August, 758,847 passengers traveled through Kansas City International Airport. This was an increase of 135.2% compared to August 2020. By comparison, the August 2021 passenger count was 25.9% less than August 2019. Year-to-date, passenger t…