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Missouri’s tax on Kansans means Kansas could tax Missourians

Missouri lawmakers opened the backdoor for taxing working Missourians by creating a tit-for-tat tax environment with Kansas, but the month-old law appears set for...

Appetite for development

Ora Reynolds helps Hunt Midwest become largest developer of residential lots in area Anyone who has been around Ora Reynolds for any length of time...

UG buys land for new fairgrounds

The Wyandotte County Fair is currently under way at a temporary location, but in the last few days the Unified Government has purchased 158...

City sets vote on sales tax

Valley Center residents will have an opportunity in September to put their money where their mouths apparently have been. In a 5-3 vote, the city...

City of McPherson to lower property taxes

A city budget surplus will contribute to McPherson residents paying less property taxes in 2008. Because the city has more money than expected, the amount...

Kansas lawmakers not happy about Missouri tax

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas lawmakers are upset about a new law in Missouri that eliminates an income tax deduction for Kansans who...

City budget tight; mill levy may go up

Tight, very tight, is what Marysville’s proposed city budget looks like for 2008 and, if approved at the Aug. 13 City Council meeting, the...

Real estate investment firm gets into foreclosure market

Meyer Organization owner says he works to help homeowners in foreclosure save their credit Troy Meyer has been watching the dramatic increase in the number...

New home starts up 77 percent from last year

Kearney real estate developers, city officials and real estate agents have cause to smile this year after suffering through a poor year in new...

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Senators Press NDAA Conferees to Protect Basic Allowance for Housing

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) joined U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), John Boozman (R-Ark.) and John Tester (D-Mont.) this week in a bipartisan effort to urge the leaders of the Senate and House Armed Services Committee to protect the housing benefits of dual-military families, women and junior members of the Armed Forces.

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New Program Helps Low Income People Stay in Affordable Housing

Kim Wilson Housing, Inc., has received a grant from the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City to help clients of Wyandot Center and PACES secure and maintain safe and affordable housing in Wyandotte County.