Where forgotten, and nearly forgotten stories of the past in the Westwood, Kansas area are brought back to life.
The December 15, 1972 NBC Nightly News broadcast about the City of Westwood, Kansas City Council voting to return a $37,000 check back to the Federal Revenue Sharing program.
A radio transmission facility and radio towers was located on the property at the corner of 50th and Belinder Road in the fall of 1933, prior to the incoporation of the City of Westwood.
In the early 1970's Westwood and Westwood Hills considered consolidation until a voted was held in January of 1973.
Rainbow Blvd was named and the Rosedale World War I Memorial Arch was built to commemorate the service and sacrifice of the men of Rosedale and the Kansas City metropolitan area in the Great War.
Did you know that the Westwood area was once served by a street car system know as The Strang Line?