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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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Haunted House
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Do You Know Any Haunted Locations in Mid-Missouri? [VIDEO]

With Halloween right around the corner, I find myself needing to make a decision. While I'm perfectly content handing out candy to all the kids on Halloween night, for some reason this year, I want to get spooked!

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check up
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You Probably Don’t Need an Annual Checkup With Your Doctor

It would seem like getting a yearly physical would make you less likely to die of an otherwise undiagnosed malady than someone who doesn't go in for such checkups. But that may not be the case.

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Turkey Chili
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Chili: Is it a Fall Tradition in Sedalia?

Kids, you and I both know it's getting a little cooler out there.  You know how it goes: one day it's 95 degrees in the shade, and then whammo, it's 55 degrees and you need a jacket.

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Domestic Violence
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It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Sedalia Women DO Have A Choice

I thought about telling you what I think should happen to a man that abuses a woman, but then I figured the images that it would conjure are too graphic to put on this site.  Suffice it to say that I think they should be dealt with swiftly and severely.

There are several different types of abuse.  Physical, sexual violence/abuse, psychological and economic.  Many times, multiple forms will manifest themselves in an abusive relationship.  Women sometimes stay in these situations way too long.  You DO have a choice.

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Whoopee Cushion
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Watch Out for the Top 5 Pranks This Halloween

According to a survey of young adults by a candy company called Maynards, technology makes it easier for people to prank their friends, but the old-school ways are still the best.

Forty percent of people between 18 and 24 said that technology makes it more likely that they'll play a joke on their friend, and three of the top five pranks can be done with a cell phone.  But the most popular prank is the oldest one in the book.  Here are the top five most popular pranks:

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Becky Thomas

Local Breast Cancer Survivor Becky Thomas Provides Insight on Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month,  Too many people have been effected by this horrible disease.  Becky Thomas is a breast cancer survivor, one of the original "blues sisters" and a great friend.  Here are her words and insights on Breast Cancer Awareness Month:

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Date NIght
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Who Should Pay on a First Date? [POLL]

A lot has changed in the world of dating over the years.  The ways people meet has expanded to include online.  Email, texting and IM/DM has decreased the amount of time it takes to get to know someone.  Conversations can last all day!  But there's one thing that I thought would never change, until now.

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10 Great Educational Trips to Take During the School Year

School is back in session in a lot of places, but that doesn’t mean that travel is completely off-limits for your family.

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tadekk, Flickr

10 Ways to Give Your Kids a Boost By Helping Them Study Better

When your kids go back to school, it’s almost like you go back to school, too. Teachers and childhood development professionals agree that when a child’s parents are involved in his education, he learns more and gets better grades. That means, you have just as big a responsibility in his schoolwork as he does.

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