(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) — The Port of Kansas City is reopening to barge traffic for the first time in seven years, The Kansas City Star reported. The port authority is partnering with Kaw Valley Companies to operate the Woodswether Terminal, located near the confluence of the Missouri and Kaw rivers. The goal is for barges to be using the terminal before the end of this year's shipping season in early December.
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