The Chiefs-Cowboys game has a traveling trophy on the line

When the Chiefs and Cowboys take the field this weekend at Arrowhead stadium they’ll be playing for a trophy. It’s not the Super Bowl trophy but it does have a special place in Chiefs history. The Preston Road Trophy was made by Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt in 1998.




Lamar Hunt and Jerry Jones (Cowboys owner) lived across the street from each other on Preston Road, hence the name of the trophy. The winner of each matchup keeps the trophy until the next game is played. The Chiefs won the first Preston Road Trophy back in 1998 with a victory over the Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium.




Currently the trophy resides with Jerry Jones and the Cowboys. The Chiefs will be bringing it back to Arrowhead where it belongs this weekend. Lets Go Chiefs!!!

A Look inside the Hunt Family suite at Arrowhead

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Float the KC riverfront for just $30

KC Kayak and Canoe offers some great trips that will have you floating the local KC waterways with ease. Both trips are full of great views and plenty of history. Start in either Parkville or at Kaw Point and float to Riverfront Park for some rarely seen views.




You will be provided with either a canoe or kayak, paddles and lifejackets. KC Canoe and Kayak will meet you at your chosen starting point with your gear and then meet you when the trip is finished. The trips vary from 1hr to 4hr depending on your starting point.

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Spend a day on the water with a boat rental from 3 local marinas

Why trek across the state to Lake of the Ozarks when you can enjoy a day on the water right here in Kansas City. Jackson County Parks operates 3 marinas which all rent out both pontoon and fishing boats.




Rentals are available from April 15th – October 15th. You must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license to rent. Your furry friends are allowed on Utility Boats, Canoes, and Pedal Boats only. 

The marinas are located at Longview Lake, Blue Springs Lake and Lake Jacomo. To book a rental or get more information you can visit their website here.


Where are people finding morel mushrooms in KS and MO

It’s that time of year again! Spring has sprung and people from across Missouri and Kansas are hunting for morel mushrooms. Some have been reporting great results this season.

Morels like it when it starts to get around 60 degrees and above during the day, and night temperatures hover around 40 degrees. Morels start popping up when the earth gets between 45 and 50 degrees.




If you have never been morel hunting before, it’s a great way to get some exercise and spend some time in nature. Not to mention the delicious recipes you can find using morels.

If you’re a beginner, this interactive map is a great tool to show you where sightings have been reported. The website also has some great tips and info for a successful trip.




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