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Washington Street Viaduct Reopens In Sedalia

At 1:00 this afternoon (Sept. 26), Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn and the Sedalia City Council cut the ribbon to re-open the Washington Street Viaduct. In attendance were city staff and representatives of the contracting company that accomplished the work on the viaduct, as well as citizens of Sedalia who had long anticipated the event

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Boonslick Regional Library Offers New eBook Options [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library in Sedalia is working hard to help people keep reading. For a lot of kids out there, books themselves can be kind of passe, especially since so many of them have smartphones, computers, and tablets.  So Boonslick, wanting to keep the kids reading, has embraced this new technology. 

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Old Ladies Beat Some Guy Up, Witness Leaves Best Voicemail Ever [AUDIO]

So this video just hit the internet (well, it's really just audio with subtitles) of a man leaving a voice message as he witnesses a car accident in front of him. He proceeds to describe in great detail how four old women get out of the car and beat down this guy who caused the accident. It's pretty funny how the guy describes the scene while cracking up the whole time.

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Pettis County Health Center Administering New Flu Vaccine for Flu Season [INTERVIEW]

This morning, I had an opportunity to talk to JoAnn Martin, the Administrator of the Pettis County Health Center, about the upcoming flu season and the new vaccine that the center is recommending this year.

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The Historic Katy Depot Brings History to Life with Local Exhibits [INTERVIEW]

The Katy Depot is one of those local places that is rich in Sedalia History.  It's come a long way since when I was a kid, and it was a sad state of disrepair. Now, it's a thriving, educational hub where history comes to life in modern times. 

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Four-Time Purple Heart Recipient John Hosier Jr. Shares Stories at the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall in Concordia, Missouri

I traveled to Concordia, Mo. last weekend not for their fair, but for something that was much more prominent to me: the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. I have been to the monument In Washington D.C. when I was given the opportunity to go as an escort for The Honor Flight and to photograph the entire event. The Wall in Concordia is 3/5 in scale to the one in D.C. It was still impressive even in it's smaller version. They call the monument in D.C. "The Wall that Heals." There are approximately 58,000 servicemen and women names that are etched in the black granite panels in D.C.

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Keep Your Kids Safe with the Sedalia Kiwianis Car Seat Checkpoint [INTERVIEW]

One Saturday Sept.14, the Sedalia Kiwanis Club will sponsor a child seat safety event.

When I was a kid, I remember standing up in the front seat of the car and explaining to my mom that I couldn't sit down, because I was from Mars.  Aliens don't need seat belts, you see.  She, um, did not take that lightly.

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Sedalia Park Board Authorizes Director to Seek Construction Bids for New Community Center

The Sedalia Park Board met in its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Thursday night (Sept. 5). One of the items brought to the floor and approved by the board gives Sedalia Parks and Recreations Director Mark Hewett the authority to seek bids for a construction manager and architect for Sedalia's new community center project.

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Kaleb Talks BBQ With Vendor Coordinator of Roots N Blues Festival

Danielle Hart, the vendor coordinator for the 2013 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival, called in to the show to discuss the new location, what to expect at this year's festival and of course, the BBQ.

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Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival Bringing Big Names to Columbia [INTERVIEW]

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is coming up in Sept. 20-22.  It's going to be a huge event with lots of music and food down in Columbia at Stephens Lake Park.

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