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The Ups and Down of Winter Storms

Winter finally made a big encore performance and it was a blessing.  It may be a pain and we may complain about it, but the farmers and lakes really need the water.  I think this added about three inches of moisture to the ground with both storms combined.  We are still well below the norm, but every little bit helps.  The storm brought a lot of trees down and left a lot of people without power.  Thank you to all of the crews that were out there during the storm trying to keep up with all of the problems.

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Winter Kindness

Winter Kindness Survey Results

Kids, the other day I asked you what people had done for you or what you'd done for others to help during the winter storm.  I thought we'd share some of your responses here!

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Turn Your Hobby Into a Job

The job market is tough these days. Many people are coping with sudden layoffs, and others are struggling to find work after completing college or earning a new degree. Skilled professionals could wait months or years to find a job in the field of their expertise.

But if one of these descriptions matches you, that doesn't mean you can’t find exciting ways to earn money.

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Winter Kindness
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Sedalia’s Winter Kindness [SURVEY]

We all know how tough it can be to get through these cold, winter storms.  When the snow is this high, everybody has it rough.  Whether it's getting out the door or out of your yard, it certainly takes work. 

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What NOT To Do in Sedalia’s Snowstorm

Kids, you've heard it, and I'm sure you're dreading it.  After we got all that snow next week, the scuttlebutt is we're getting another big snowstorm this evening and Tuesday.

So you pretty much know by now what to do if you get snowed in.  You're pretty well prepared by now, because of last week.  So now you've got to really sit and think about what's next:  What NOT to do.

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Best St. Patrick’s Day Parties in Sedalia

There will be plenty to do in Sedalia for St. Patrick's Day.  Most places are observing the day everyone is Irish on Saturday the 16th.  It all starts with a parade.

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Best Places to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Warrensburg

Tis' the season when everyone is Irish, so break out your green suit, obnoxious hat, four leaf clovers, gold coins, rainbows, and make sure you don't forget the green beer. This year, St. Patrick's day is Sunday, March 17.

The best place to celebrate St. Patrick's day in Warrensburg, Mo. is downtown. Here is a list of the best bars, pubs, and restaurants to become Irish for the weekend.

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Snow and Ice Management Association Provide Tips For Safe Winter Walking

Falls account for more than one million injuries in the U.S. annually. There are four types of walking accidents with the most common being the slip and fall. That's the type of fall that happens when you fall due a surface not cleared of snow or ice.

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5 Frequently Asked Questions About Heart Disease

Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean you have to take down all of your heart decorations yet. February is also American Heart Month, so keep gluing glitter to pink construction paper while you educate yourself on all the ways to make sure your future is heart-disease-free.

To get you started, we've answered five big questions about heart health below.

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How Can You Ruin a Job Interview? Ask These Bizarre Questions

When you’re on a job interview, don’t sabotage your chances of getting hired by saying something stupid.

That may sound obvious, but not everyone knows that.

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