Starbeams: Thanksgiving Costs on the Rise, KCPD Uses its Noggin & Cain to KCSD?

It will cost 13% more to serve Thanksgiving dinner this year according to the American Farm Bureau Federation. Based on their projections, it will cost an average of $49.20 to serve Thanksgiving dinner for 10 versus $43.47 last year. This includes turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, rolls with butter, peas, cranberries, carrots and celery, pumpkin pie with whipped cream, coffee and milk.  The turkey is the most expensive part AND had the biggest price increase – up $3.91 to $21.57 this year for a 16-pound bird. 

The most expensive part of my family’s Thanksgiving dinner: the bail bondsman. 

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The Kansas City Police Department is blanketing "hot spots" in an attempt to cut crime in areas besieged by robbery and violence.  It’s part of a bold, new tactic being employed by KCPD called "Common Sense."

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Another blow to Herman Cain’s bid to be president.  Last week he faced more sexual harassment allegations.  This week, someone mistook him for being the former Kansas City School Superintendent.

 

Kelly Urich hosts the morning show on The Point 99.7 FM

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One Response to Starbeams: Thanksgiving Costs on the Rise, KCPD Uses its Noggin & Cain to KCSD?

  1. chuck says:

    Bail Bondsman
    🙂

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