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Thanks for checking out our our website and seeing what we're up to.  Radio has come a long way in the 13 years I've worked for this station, and be on the lookout for some new additions in the future. What those are I can't say, but make sure to tune in and check things out.
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It’s Time for You to Get Out and Volunteer [OPINION]

It's time to get motivated and get involved. We have countless organizations from the Sedalia Senior Center to political groups to church groups that want and need volunteers. Recently, the U.S. Bureau of Labor reported that about 62.6 million people volunteered through for an organization at least once between September 2012 and September 2013. The volunteer rate in 2013 was the lowest it has been since the report started in 2002.

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Fishing in Missouri
Fishing courtesy of Townsquare Digital

Where Do You Like to Travel in Missouri During Spring?

Spring officially begins today (March 20), and that means we can finally put behind one of the coldest and snowiest winters we've had. There may be a few chances at snow coming up, since winter was long, but I want to concentrate on what's coming up: lots of sunshine and travel.

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SFCC During Timeout Courtesy of: SFCC Athletics Facebook

SFCC Roadrunners Win First Round Matchup in NJCAA Tournament

The State Fair Community College Roadrunners will continue to play in the National Junior College Basketball Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas tomorrow night after winning Tuesday morning (March 18) 111-99 over Shelton State in overtime.

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SFCC Roadrunners Ready for Tip-Off at National Championship Tournament

The State Fair Community College Roadrunners will play in the first round of the NJCAA Men's National Championship in Hutchinson, Kan. against the Shelton State Community College Buccaneers from Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Tuesday morning (March 18) at 10.

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Raising Missouri’s Minimum Wage Won’t Solve the Poverty Problem [OPINION]

There has been lots of talk lately about raising minimum wage at federal government on down to the state level. The latest conversation of raising minimum wage in Missouri to $10 an hour comes from the Missouri Senate, who this week voted to move up SB531 out of the Senate Small Business, Insurance and Industry Committee and can now be brought to the whole Senate for debate.

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