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Behka’s Enquiring Minds Recap: Week of January 12 [OPINION]

Every day I rack my brain to try to think of things for you and I to talk about.  I see what I do on the air as a way of conversing with you - but most of the time it's just me talking.  So with our surveys, I ask, and you answer. 

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Debbie Bolin
Debbie Bolin, Sacred Heart Teacher and Keynote Speaker

Pro-Life Supporters Gather at Pettis County Courthouse [PHOTOS]

Today (Jan. 22) is the anniversary of the landmark case of Roe vs Wade Supreme Court decision made in 1973. This decision granted women the right to abort their baby and ever since then, Pro-Life groups have gathered together on Jan

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Humane Society of Missouri
Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force rescues 50 Jack Russell Terriers (Courtesy of Humane Society of Missouri)

Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force Rescues 50 Jack Russel Terriers

The Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force is rescuing up to 50 Jack Russell terriers from a property in Washington County.  In cooperation with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, which obtained a warrant yesterday, Humane Society of Missouri animal cruelty investigators and an independent veterinarian visited the property this morning to assess the dogs’ health and living conditions

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Check Out These 56 Facts About Donating Blood

Since there are a few blood drives happening in our area soon, I thought I'd pass along these 56 Facts about Blood and Blood Donation  (one for each day between your blood donations!).

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Special Olympics
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Special Olympics Training Campus Will Be Built In Jefferson City

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A training campus for Special Olympics Missouri will be located in Jefferson City. Board chairman Phil Cook says the group's board of directors chose Jefferson City over Columbia for its Training For Life Campus

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Ingram Publishing

Tyson Foods Pays Fine For Chemical Spill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tyson Foods Inc. will pay $539,000 for a chemical spill that killed more than 100,000 fish and caused a southwest Missouri town's wastewater treatment system to fail. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says last May, Tyson discharged wastewater that contained an acidic animal feed supplement from its Aurora facility, eventually causing Monett's wastewater treatment system to fail and contaminating Clear Creek in Barry County

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Ambulance

St. Louis Woman Dies After Injuries From Fall On Ice

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis woman has died after falling on ice and injuring her back. Thirty-two-year-old Karey Kaemmerer was chasing her daughter's dog last week when she slipped on ice that formed in south St

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10 Ways to Make Valentine’s Day Special on a Budget

Expensive gifts, dinners or trips don't necessarily mean the most for Valentine's Day. They just cost the most.

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Enquiring Minds: Sleep Deprivation [SURVEY]

Every night, I tell myself I'm going to go to bed early.  Every morning, I curse myself a little bit when I wake up because I didn't go to sleep sooner.  Well, I know a lot of us feel that way sometimes. You're not the only person who would consider KILLING A MAN right now if it meant you could get another half hour of sleep.

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Dr. Donald Proctor
State Fair Community College Board of Trustees President Gary Noland, left, hands Dr. Donald C. Proctor a resolution naming him a trustee emeritus at the college's 40th anniversary Founders' Day luncheon in August 2008. Proctor was one of the college's founding trustees and served on the board for 36 years. (Photo Courtesy of State Fair Community College.

SFCC Founding Trustee Dr. Donald C. Proctor Dies

SEDALIA—Dr. Donald C. Proctor, a founding member of the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees, died Thursday at the Missouri Veterans Home in Warrensburg.

Proctor, along with other Sedalia Jaycees, was instrumental in establishing the college

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