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Enquiring Minds: Work Interrupting Life [SURVEY]

No one can escape electronic communications but it’s not as though people are really making much of an effort these days to do so.

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Teacher Who Showed ‘The ABCs of Death’ to Her Students Sent to Jail

The internet will never stop arguing about when it is okay to show films with explicit content to children. But, there is one thing that we’re pretty sure everyone can agree on: showing the violent and disturbing The ABCs of Death to five classes of unsuspecting students is an act of irresponsible idiocy on just about every conceivable level. Columbus, Ohio substitute teacher Sheila Kearns was rightfully let go from her job back in 2013 when she screened the film for her substitute Spanish classes, but the courts have handed down an additional punishment: 90 days in jail.

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Friends of the Boonslick Regional Library Celebrates Work [INTERVIEW]

You know, it's a strange thing, but I've never sat down and thought about the idea of work.  I guess it was just always assumed that I'd get a job, since I'm not independently wealthy or something. It's almost something taken for granted.

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Daylight Saving Time Begins

Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend—at 2:00 A.M. on Sunday, March 8.  Before going to bed on Saturday, March 7, remember to “spring forward” by setting your clocks 1 hour ahead. Not every place practices Daylight Saving Time

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Ron Almog

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For New Smith-Cotton High School Stadium Moved To Monday

Due to a less-than-desired weather forecast, the Sedalia School District has made the decision to move the Smith-Cotton Stadium Ribbon Cutting Ceremony from Thursday, March 5, to Monday, March 9.

In addition, the Sedalia 200 Board of Education meeting set for Monday, March 9, will be moved from Washington Elementary School to Smith-Cotton High School

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Severe Weather Awareness Week Tips: Today is Tornado Day

This week is severe weather awareness week and we bring you tips from the Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director, David Clippert and the National Weather Service. Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS prides ourself with weather coverage 24/7 from Weathereye and when watches and warnings strike we bring you the updates

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Register Now for the Smithton 3×3 Basketball Tournament [INTERVIEW]

If you're looking for some fun and a little light competition to fight for a great cause, you should definitely clear your calendar for the weekend of Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28. The Smithton Nothing but Nets 3 X 3 Basketball tournament is getting players signed up now. The tournament is for boys and girls in third grade through high school.

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Enquiring Minds: Your Home [SURVEY]

 

The American Dream includes home ownership, but that doesn't stop people from dreaming once they own a house.

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Devon’s Beat is Back and Ready to Fight SADS [INTERVIEW]

Devon Parrott, now 12 years old, was walking to class one day when he collapsed in the hallway. He woke up on his own -he was lucky to be alive.  Last year, I had the chance to talk with Angela, Devon's Mom, about something I'd never really thought much about: SADS. Now we've all learned a little about it, and Mid Missouri has really worked to raise money and awareness about this terrible and silent killer.

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Nic Crank
Crank.1: Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette. Crank also will walk on as a kicker for the Eagles football team. He is seated with his father, Faron Crank, left, and his mother, Gerri Crank. Back row, from left, Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director; Ethan Weller, Smith-Cotton boys soccer head coach; and Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal.

Smith-Cotton Senior Nic Crank Signs With Central Methodist University

Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette

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