Join the Ruckettes and your fellow Ruckus fans at Californo’s in Westport for a special Ruckus Roast & Toast member event on November 10.
TOPIC 1: WHAT GOES UP…..
American Royal officials are calling for the demolition of Kemper Arena and construction of an equestrian/agricultural center at a cost of 70-million dollars. The Kemper family is endorsing the plan and offering to raise 10-million dollars.
TOPIC 2: RIPPED TO SHREDS
As the Johnson County District Attorney’s case against Planned Parenthood was set to begin, it was learned that some key documents had been destroyed by the state. State officials say the action was routine and done before the current case was initiated. A spokeswoman for Kansans for Life says the state acted intentionally to protect the abortion industry.
TOPIC 3: DO IT FOR THE ANIMALS
The sales tax election to support the Kansas City Zoo will be November 8th. Originally, four counties were to be involved. Now there are only two—Jackson and Clay. What happened to Platte and Cass?
TOPIC 4: HOT SPOTS
Kansas City, Missouri, Police are focusing on “hot spots,” areas where a large number of violent crimes are committed. Chief Daryl Forte says this is only a first step in combating crime.
Finally, want to show your love for RUCKUS? Put your feelings into words! Submit a RUCKUS themed “LIMERICK” and let loose in rhyme. The best will be read on air by Mike on Nov 17. Thanks for watching RUCKUS!