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Katy Trail Community Health Golf Tournament to Benefit Partners on a Path For Good Health

The Katy Trail Community Health Center is a great place that helps a lot of people here in our area. They offer health care to those of us who may be less fortunate and can't afford big doctor bills, and with health costs these days, I think all of us can empathize with that. Well, the KTCH has a great program called the Partners on a Path For Good Health.

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UCM
Deborah Curits, left, UCM provost and chief learning officer, and Steven Steven Briner, GoJet director of operations, right, signed a memorandum of understanding between UCM and GoJet Airlines that outlines a cooperative agreement that will benefit UCM aviation students. Also present were, standing, Roger Best, left, dean of the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies, and Tony Monetti, assistant dean of aviation and executive director of the Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport. (courtesy of UCM Public Affairs)

UCM Aviation, GoJet Forge New Partnership

WARRENSBURG, MO (Aug. 29, 2014)- The University of Central Missouri and GoJet Airlines have joined forces to ensure the continued success of UCM aviation students with the signing of  memorandum of understanding Wednesday afternoon by Deborah Curtis, UCM provost and chief learning officer, and Steven Briner, GoJet director of operations

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Tooth Brush
August is Oral Health Month (courtesy of cohdra/morguefile.com.)

Missouri Spends August “Brushing Up” on Oral Health

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - When many Missourians think of August, they think of heat and humidity, but health advocates hope the month soon will come to be associated with toothbrushes and dental floss

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Lucky Leprechaun

Missouri Man Wins Lottery Twice

DOE RUN, Mo. (AP) — Lottery luck has struck twice for an eastern Missouri man. The Daily Journal newspaper in Park Hills, Missouri reports that 65-year-old Doe Run resident Ronald Stotler won $5,000 on a scratch-off ticket in May

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THINKSTOCK
THINKSTOCK

Back to School Block Party Guarantees Fun in Downtown Sedalia [INTERVIEW]

If there's one thing that kids hate to be reminded of, it's back to school season.  Well, too bad, students!  We're ready to revel in it!  Join us on August 30, 2014 for our downtown Sedalia ‘Fitter’s 5th Street Back to School Block Party.’

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Doc Love
Doc Love, Saturday Nights at 9

Doc Love To Retire

Earlier this month, I was informed by the Genesis Communications Network (GCN) that long time male relationship advice host, Doc Love, will be retiring.

The Doc Love Show was on Thursday nights on Newstalk 1050 KSIS, before moving to Saturday nights at 9, at the beginning of this year

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GETTY IMAGES
GETTY IMAGES

Boonslick Regional Library in Cole Camp Entertains Kids of All Ages [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library will be holding several different activities and special reading programs for the kids heading back to school this fall.  

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Putting Fore The Kids
Leonard Creek, Brian Case, Bob Lang and Cliff Long were the winning team for Flight A during the Putting "Fore" The Kids Golf Tournament, held Saturday, August 23 at Triple Creek Golf Course in Cole Camp.

Boys & Girls Club Raise $10,500 During Golf Tournament

Nineteen teams spent a day on the links for a good cause Saturday, with the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s Putting “Fore” the Kids Golf Tournament.

Held at Triple Creek Golf Course in Cole Camp, the event raised more than $10,500, which will be used for general operational expenses.

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Day Quil
Crystallized Day Quil

Check Your Cupboards

Today, my wife and daughter visited me at the station for a nice dinner break. My wife decided to try the Keurig machine, but we found something in the cupboard that caught our attention.

No it was not the coffee packets or even a coffee mug or two, it was two orange bottles that said they were Day Quil, specifically Equate Day Time

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Duck Hunting
Duck Hunting (Courtesy of Missouri Department of Conservation)

Missouri Department of Conservation Sets Waterfowl Seasons

JEFFERSON CITY–The Missouri Conservation Commission set 2014–2015 waterfowl seasons at its regular August meeting, giving hunters another 60-day season for ducks.
Season dates approved by the Commission follow

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