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Clyde Lewis Of Ground Zero Recovering (Courtesy of Ground Zero Facebook)

Clyde Lewis From Ground Zero Recovering

Fans of the Ground Zero show got quite the scare last week, when Clyde Lewis was hosting the show and left the radio show suddenly for medical reasons. He has missed shows in the past for medical reasons dealing

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Miss Missouri: Jessica Hartman (courtesy of Miss America Organization)

Miss Missouri Ready For Miss America

Tonight (Sept. 14) is the annual Miss America Pageant, which will air on ABC at 7 pm Central.

Missouri will be represented by 23-year-old Jessica Hartman, who is a broadcast student at Lindenwood University in Columbia.

Each woman has a program that they promote during their reign as

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How to Avoid Enterovirus? Wash Your Hands — Here Are 5 Tips for Your Kids

In light of recent outbreaks of enterovirus across the country, the CDC is reminding parents that the best way to avoid contracting it to wash your hands.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events: Weekend of September 12

Here's a look at some of the stuff going on this weekend. 

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Sylvia G. Thompson
Expansion of Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Facility announced by Mayor Stephen Galliher and Senator Jim Mathewson

Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Facility to Expand

The Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Center will be expanding its facility and services with a new $7.4 million building in Sedalia. The Sylvia G. Thompson Trust, made up of Adam Fischer, James Matthewson and Bill Shoemake announced that the facility will be built and will not only extend the facility, but also will be located on a West Tenth Street extension, close to Winchester Meadows.

"This is a continuation of what Sylvia Thompson

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KHON

Wish Granted! Little Girl Battling Leukemia Meets Unicorn

Here's a fairy tale come to life that will make your heart melt.

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Napoleon Dynamite
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Napoleon Dynamite Does His Best to Rally Sick Girl Back to Health

It may be hard to believe, but 'Napoleon Dynamite' came out 10 years ago. So, what is one of film's most lovably eccentric characters doing now? Well, Jon Heder, the actor who gained fame playing the title character, reprised the role in a get-well video he made for a sick fan named Mary Elizabeth.

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Warrensburg Police and Fire Host Blood Drive in Honor of Patriot’s Day [INTERVIEW]

The Warrensburg Police and Fire are uniting to help our neighbors, community and country and pay tribute to those who defend our freedom and safety during the Patriot's Day blood drives Friday, September 12.

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United Artists
United Artists

Richard Kiel, Famous James Bond Villain, Dies at 74

Richard Kiel, the man most famous for playing James Bond villain Jaws in both 'The Spy Who Loved Me' and 'Moonraker,' passed away earlier this afternoon in Fresno, California at the age of 74. He was just a few days away from celebrating his 75th birthday.

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Patrick Howe
Patrick Howe by Brigadier General Gregory Champagne, Assistant Adjutant General-Air of the Missouri National Guard and Senator Claire McCaskill

Missouri Vet Receives Purple Heart 45-years After Combat

ST. PETERS – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill attended a Purple Heart ceremony at St. Peters City Hall honoring Vietnam veteran Patrick Howe, who was awarded a long-delayed Purple Heart with two Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters.
 
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