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Admit it, despite a few annoying things—like slow left-lane drivers on I-70 or mosquitoes that target your face in the summer—you still think Missouri is a pretty kick-ass place. Sign up for the free The Pure Missouri Post to get all the fun things delivered directly to your in-box on an irregular basis—without as much of the annoying stuff. Missouri history, weird or interesting news, things to brag about, images, art, and more!

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You won’t have to worry about missing anything. Every new issue of the newsletter goes directly to your inbox, and I won’t overwhelm you with emails beyond the occasional issues that I publish.

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Join your fellow Show Me State fanatics

Be part of a community of people who share your interest in all things Missouri.

Yes, there are some of us who will admit to living in KC and loving a weekend in St. Louis—or vice versa. We enjoy jazz at 18th & Vine as much as we appreciate bluegrass in Conway or Curryville. We’re proud when any Show Me State school, no matter how big or small, wins a national championship (we’re looking at you, Missouri Valley, Northwest Missouri, SEMO, UCM and other champions). We may live in the city or the country, but we relish day trips to all parts of the state.

When it comes down to it, if you live, work or play in the Show Me State, you can be “Pure Missouri”, too. So come join us at The Pure Missouri Post, send us your Missouri tips and ideas, and become a part of our discussions.


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Kevin Worley
Kevin's been following Downtown Kansas City news ever since he got locked out of the house in 5th grade and had nothing better to do than to read the morning Times and the evening Star in one sitting.