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Jack’s Mid-Missouri-Memory-Just Yesterday

 

I woke up this morning and looked in the mirror, and I swore that wasn't me. The guy in the mirror had wrinkles liver spots and very little hair.
I know it was only yesterday that Donnie, Bobby  and I were playing marbles around a circle drawn in dirt and someone slipped in an outlawed steeley. It

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Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.
Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.

Smith-Cotton Football Players Read To Elementary Students

 

Smith-Cotton High School football players kicked off their Friday by reading to Sedalia 200 elementary students. Players read in groups and one-on-one with students at Washington, Heber Hunt, Horace Mann, Skyline and Parkview schools. The

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Skyline Inventors
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Third grader Becka Ellison delivers her speech as Albert Einstein as part of Skyline Elementary School's Living Museum of Inventors on Wednesday in the school library. Students researched an inventor's life and accomplishments, wrote an essay based on their research then portrayed their subject for students, staff and parents.

Skyline Elementary Students Become Living Museum of Inventors

Albert Einstein, George Lucas and Milton Hershey shared the stories of their lives and the secrets to their success Wednesday at Skyline Elementary School.

As part of a multi-discipline project, third grade students portrayed the subjects of their studies in a Living Museum of Inventors in the Skyline library

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Missouri Senate Panel Considers Cuts To Reading Programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri Senate panel is proposing cuts to reading programs next fiscal year. The panel stripped funding for a supplemental reading program and the Bright Futures Program

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Selvidge Cover
Selvidge Cover (Courtesy of UCM)

Former UCM Instructor Publishes Book

Research for “Life Everlasting and The Twelve Mile Blues,” began in 1987 when Marla J. Selvidge, former director of the Center for Religious Studies at UCM, discovered a defunct town of  "Gilreath" while hiking in the hills of North Carolina

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Missouri Students May Be Able To Transfer To Other Buildings

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A measure that would allow Missouri students in struggling schools to transfer to better-performing buildings in their districts has approval from a House panel. The proposal is aimed at addressing flaws in the state's student transfer law

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THINKSTOCK
THINKSTOCK

Boonslick Regional Library Keeps Working This Winter [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library is always planning something to either help their patrons or to entertain their patrons.

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NBC
NBC

Watch ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Star Jamie Dornan Read From the Book, With a Twist

As part of a segment he likes to call “Fifty Accents,” host Jimmy Fallon set Dornan up with a “randomly chosen” (sure) accent and a passage from the E.L. James book that became a “global phenomenon.” It's both raunchy and weird, but at least it shows off a little bit of Dornan's range in a way that's (mostly) PG.

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Harper Lee Releasing First Novel Since ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

The woman who wrote 'To Kill a Mockingbird' will publish her second novel more than 50 years after the Pulitzer Prize-winning book was first released.

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Former Sedalia Democrat Editor, Dennis Rich, Plans To Do A Book

Sometimes life throws you curveballs and sometimes you respond to the curve and othertimes you just keep swinging away.

This may be the mantra that Dennis Rich, former Sedalia Democrat editor, is enduring

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