We’ve redesigned our site as our audience grows

You may notice some changes today in the Midtown KC Post today. We’ve redesigned our site to allow for larger photos, easier-to-read text, and industry-standard ad placements for our sponsors.

Since we relaunched the MidtownKCPost in July of 2012, we’ve been steadily building readers across Midtown and other parts of the city. Some of you are becoming familiar voices on our Facebook page or Twitter account, and we’re happy to see you sharing our news and information with your neighborhoods and friends.

In January, we also started offering advertising to local businesses interested in reaching Midtown neighborhoods.  (Our boundaries are 31st to 55th, State Line to Prospect.)  We hope the addition of advertising will allow us to help local small and medium sized businesses as well as continue adding features to keep our readers informed and connected.

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the MidtownKCPost every day in any form you choose. Each story we post on our site is also posted on Facebook and Twitter. We also have a daily news digest that comes into your email box if that is more convenient for you.


We’d love to hear what you think of the new design and what else you woud like to see on our site.

How to get the MidtownKC Post

  • Follow us on Twitter. Look for midtownkcposter or click on the button at the top of this page.
  • Follow us on Facebook. Click on the button at the top of this page. Remember to “like” our page so you get as many of our posts as possible.
  • Sign up for our daily email digest. Every weekday morning, you will get an email message with our top story of the day plus all additional stories from the day before. Just fill in your contact information in the box on the right side of this page.
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Advertise on the MidtownKCPost

  • Click on the advertise tab at the top of this page. We’re offering significant discounts to advertisers as we continue to build audience.

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