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Mon June 10, 2013
Right To Farm, Estate Sale Photos, Betse Ellis
Individual state constitutions across the nation spell out a host of guaranteed rights for their citizens; for example, same sex marriage or collective bargaining. But what about the "right to farm?"
The U.S. health system is undergoing a major technological shift. According to some people, it’s finally catching up to where the banking and airline industries have been for years. It’s no small change, either. The Kansas City-based Cerner Corporation, more than 30 years old now, has become one of the nation’s biggest players in health technology.
When Gloria Baker Feinstein moved out of her house into a much-smaller condo because of her husband’s health, she had an estate sale to get rid of a lot of items that didn’t fit into her new home. Feinstein is a professional photographer, so she thought she’d make a record of her belongings before they went off into the hands of strangers.
There’s several rugby teams in the KC area - some are very popular, like the Kansas City Blues, a USA Rugby Division 1 club. There’s also teams for women, like the Kansas City Jazz. But the KC Carnivores have a mission that goes beyond the rough and tumble game.
South-central Missouri is gearing up for a signature festival that organizers say pays tribute to the Ozarks like no other festival. Old-Time Music is an Ozark Heritage Festival taking place in downtown West Plains, Missouri next weekend.
For 15 years, fiddler Betse Ellis helped lead and shape the Wilders, an internationally-known old-time country quartet that toured the US and Europe. But in December of 2011, the Wilders announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus. Betse Ellis, though, is still going strong.