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Girl Scout Leaders and Supporters Discuss How to Keep Camp Sacajawea Alive [INTERVIEWS]

Many Girl Scout leaders and supporters of the program showed up at a meeting held at the Sacajawea West Shelter House last night (Aug. 13), as CEO of the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Anne Soots gave the leaders an overview of the status of Camp Sacajawea and how the leaders need to make a plan to keep the camp going since the Council announced in June that they planned to divest of the camp.

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Knights of Valour Get Medival on the Fairgrounds [VIDEO]

One event that's gone on this year at the Fair that's a little different is some jousting done by the Knights of Valour at the State Fair Arena.

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Behka’s Buildings at the Fair: The Agriculture Building [PHOTOS]

There is so much stuff going on at the Missouri State Fair that is so important to people in our area. Farming, agriculture and youth in farming are so very vital to our way of life. So of course, a lot of what goes on at the Fair is showing off how great they all are! These farmers and their families really work so incredibly hard to produce such wonderful livestock and product, and it's a great showcase for all their talents.

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FM-2 "Wildcat" Fighter (wwiivehicles.com)

Restoration Set for Plane Found in Lake Michigan

PORTAGE, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan aviation museum is helping to restore a World War-II era plane that was recovered from the bottom of Lake Michigan.

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Windsor Septemberfest Is Coming Up Soon [INTERVIEW]

One thing that a lot of people around here take for granted is that there's so much history and culture in our area.  In fact, several families and groups have lived in our area for hundreds of years.  That's something that the Windsor Septemberfest celebrates, while also championing the now and working for the future. 

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Hain Memorial Garden (friendsofhistoricboonville.org)

The Hain House Brings Local History to Life in Boonville [INTERVIEW]

Folks, I know that I'm a nerd.  I've accepted that.  I think most of you out there who have read what I've written or heard what I've said on the air have also come to accept that.  It's part of who I am.  So when I hear about stuff like The Hain House, I get extremely excited.  And once you find out more about it, I think you guys will get excited too!

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A-20 Havoc Bomber (wwiivehicles.com)

Remains of WWII Airman from New York ID’d in South Pacific

FRANKFORT, N.Y. (AP) — The remains of a World War II airman have been identified and will be returned to his upstate New York hometown for burial, nearly 70 years after his plane and two others slammed into a remote, jungle-covered mountainside in the South Pacific.

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President Barack Obama Visits University of Central Missouri [PHOTOS]

President Barack Obama came to UCM in Warrensburg today (July 24) to discuss the merits of the Missouri Innovation Campus program, an agreement between Lee's Summit R-7 School District, Metropolitan Community College and UCM that allows students to graduate with a 4-year degree, two years after college with no student debt and sets them up on a career path with valuable experience.  Obama also spoke about how education can help fuel the economy and concentrating on helping students entering into college and going through it.

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Robert Woolery Pow Wow Brings History to Missouri State Fairgrounds

Last weekend, the annual Woolery Pow Wow was held at the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.  We have a lot of Native American history and lineage in our area, and it means a lot to so many people.

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‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ Trailer: Idris Elba Fights For His People

If it's a Weinstein Company film, you can usually bet that it's going to be going for Oscars, so don't be surprised if one of the year's big awards contenders is 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.' It stars Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, and is due out at the end of the year, so this new trailer hints at its award possibilities.

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