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View the Pettis County Sample Ballot

Tomorrow is election day.  All the campaigning, arguing and muckraking ends and we choose our leaders and weigh in on various propositions.  There have been a lot of people asking what is going to be on the ballot so they may research and cast an informed vote.

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Crocs
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Is a Lack of Fashion Sense a Dating Deal Breaker? [POLL]

Every now and then, I get an email that is worth sharing.  Everyone knows I don't have much of a sense of fashion.  I wear jeans and polo shirts for the most part and I keep the colors pretty basic.  The email I received this morning delves into the fashion aspect of the dating world.  Here it is:

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Christmas Decorations
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Is It Too Early For Christmas Decorations? [POLL]

I'm one of those people that believe Christmas decorations should not be put up until after Thanksgiving.  I enjoy the holidays, but I also like for them to have a special feeling.  I think we lose some of that when we start seeing stores display Christmas merchandise after the day after Halloween.  Some retailers have had their displays up for weeks already.  Apparently, I'm not alone.

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Trick-or-Treat
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Would You Take Trick-or-Treating Away From Your Kid As a Punishment? [POLL]

I was talking about this on the air this morning and there was so much response that I decided to post it here too.  My friend's young son called her "the B-word," so she said he couldn't go trick-or-treating for Halloween. Is that too harsh? Should she let him go? Or should she be consistent and make her threats of punishment have merit?

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Amanda Balke Photography
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Halloween Sedalia Style at Dukes & Boots [PHOTOS]

As usual, a good time was had by all at the first Halloween celebration at Dukes & Boots.  Over $500 in cash and prizes was awarded to participants in the costume contest.  Part two is Halloween night with a $500 cash to the best costume.  Here are some pics.  Comment on them and share them!

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Broken Phone
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What’s the Craziest Way You’ve Destroyed Your Cell Phone? [SURVEY]

I hear about people destroying their phones all of the time.  Jumping into a pool with it in their pocket, dropping it to the ground or dropping it in the toilet.  That last one I'll never understand.  When you're at the toilet, you should be too busy to be using your phone.  But I digress.

A mobile insurance company released the five CRAZIEST ways clients have destroyed their phones this year.

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C.A.S.A. Vigil

C.A.S.A. of Sedalia Holds Candlelight Vigil for Domestic Violence Victims

 

About 20 people gathered outside the Stauffacher Center on the State Fair Community College campus for the "Speak Out Against Domestic Violence" candlelight vigil.  While the wind prevented the candles from staying lit, the speakers didn't disappoint.

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Family Vacation
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Vacations: To Take The Kids or To Not Take The Kids [POLL]

When I think about my childhood and the vacations we went on, I wonder if my parents were gluttons for punishment.  My father, the high school math teacher, and my mother would put me, my brother and my sister in the back seat of the car and start the drive.  It was almost always to Clearwater, Florida to visit my grandparents.

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National Anthem
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The National Anthem: Should We Sing It Traditionally or With Style? [POLL]

For the last 10 years, six of those in Sedalia, I have played the National Anthem each morning before the show.  It is generally not something I point out nor do I put a lot of pomp and circumstance around it.  I just play it.  Last week, a friend of mine contacted me to tell me that she used my show as a history lesson.

It seems her cousin who is in 6th grade didn't know what our National Anthem was.  He had heard it before my show, but never knew the meaning behind it.  I count this as a pretty big failure on several levels, and I started to think of all the different ways I've heard the song done.

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